Platelet Rich Plasma
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is used to help renew and replenish cells. It is obtained by taking your own blood through a needle stick, spinning it down in a centrifuge to separate the red cells from the white cells, and using as much of the middle layer as possible that contains the platelet-rich plasma. The plasma can then be applied topically during a microneedling/Collagen Pin procedure or injected similar to filler to stimulate cells from within.
PRP can also be used as an injectable on the face to help restore volume and collagen formation. Other uses can occur on the scalp to help with hair growth, or into the joints to help with joint regeneration.
Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment Options
The Platelet Rich Plasma can be used by a wide variety of reasons, once injected into a certain area, the body send the signals to begin the healing process, due to this new cells begin to grow in that area of that type.
PRP for Pain Management
Platelet Rich Plasma is used to treat pain in joints. PRP strengths the ligaments, joints, and tendons by healing the area through new cells. PRP is also proved useful in treating structural damage to the knee, elbow, lower back, and shoulder. The outcome of PRP treatment is reduced pain at a significant level after the treatment. The platelet rich plasma can also be used for the following:
- Chronic lower back pain
- Injuries to ligaments and muscles
- Acute, chronic tendon issues
- Spinal stenosis
- Tennis elbow
- Medical collateral ligament (MCL) tears
- Chronic, acute neck pain
- Rotator cuff tears
- Plantar fasciitis
Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) to improve skin
We use Platelet Rich Fibrin to treat facial areas that show early signs of aging like under-eye hollows, and deflated cheeks. After Platelet Rich Fibrin treatments the skin looks healthy and young, and the best part of Platelet Rich Fibrin is that it is natural. The following skin conditions can be treated by platelet-rich fibrin.
- Enhancement of crepey skin
- Reduction of skin laxity for optimal tightening
- Improvement of tone and texture of the skin
- Production of new collagen fibers
- Reduction of wrinkles and fine lines
- Reduction in acne scars
Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Growth
Head Hair Restoration
Platelet Rich Plasma plays a very important role in hair restoration. Generally, PRP is used to accelerate hair growth. The plasma from your blood is extracted by using a centrifugal force and then injected into your scalp, this triggers the healing process and new cells start generation. The result of PRP on hair is often new hair growth and much stronger hair.
A lot of men suffer from patchy beards, luckily, PRP can also be used to inject the plasma where the beard is missing, this stimulates a specialized population of cells named dermal papilla cells and stimulates beard growth.
Platelet Rich Plasma is more effective for people having thin hair rather than bald, it works by increasing the growth of new hair and also by adding volume to the current hair.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long does PRP Treatment last?
The duration of Platelet Rich Plasma treatments is known to last from months to several years. Platelet Rich Plasma is one of the most economical and safe treatment options to treat problems like hair fall or chronic joint pain. PRP also offers beauty options like younger-looking skin, this can also last from months to years.
How does it feel after receiving Platelet Rich Plasma treatment?
The recovery time for Platelet Rich Plasma is fairly quick. There is an initial flare-up after the treatment but the pain goes away in 3 to 7 days after the treatment. As for tendons, or other joint-related treatments, it can up to 3 months to fully show results including the time to reside pain. After Platelet Rich Plasma sessions you are left with a happy face and a much happier life. As the procedure is all-natural, the body doesn’t have to suffer from the side effects of prescription drugs.