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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment is a miracle procedure that uses your own blood plasma to promote healing, generate collagen, reverse hair loss and grow new hair. 

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Target Areas

PRP Therapy
Hair Regrowth

Hair Regrowth

Skin Rejuvenation

Under-eye Dark Circles

Hair Regrowth

Hair loss or thinning hair is a common condition for both women and men, affecting over 50% by age 50.  It can happen at any age and is a source of embarrassment and concern. If you are experiencing the early signs of hair loss, we can deliver the world’s most innovative hair loss treatments to restore the hair’s thickness, fullness, and health.

- Why are you Losing your Hair?

Hair loss in women and men can be the result of genetics, medications, stress, or environmental factors. To identify the cause of your hair loss, whether the early signs of alopecia, excessive shedding, or a receding hairline, a personalized consultation, and treatment plan is the first step in treatment.

- PRP Hair Therapy

Doctors began using PRP therapy about a decade ago to effectively accelerate the healing process in damaged joints after injury or surgery.  Dermatology researchers then discovered that high concentrations of platelets in plasma cells help promote hair growth by prolonging the growing phase of the hair cycle.

- PRP Hair Treatment

During the treatment, a medical professional draws a sample of your own blood and uses a centrifuge to separate out the platelets and plasma.  Owing to the color of the platelets and plasma and the miraculous healing effects, PRP is also referred to a "Liquid Gold".

Doctors then gently inject your own naturally regenerative liquid gold into areas of concern on the scalp. This rapidly helps repair blood vessels, promote cell growth, healing, and stimulates keratin & collagen production, in-turn triggering the resurrection of dormant hair follicles.  Within two weeks of treatment, researchers have found a 30% increase of active hair follicles.

We provide the most advanced PRP hair restoration. We employ the gold standard of centrifuge devices to create PRP with a much higher concentration of growth factors.

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Skin Rejuvenation

Skin Rejuvenation

PRP is a natural skin rejuvenation treatment.  It can trigger natural skin regeneration, which repairs blood vessels, promotes cell growth & healing. It stimulates your skin to produce natural collagen and elastin; these are the proteins that make up the support scaffold for healthy, youthful skin.

It would not be an understatement to say PRP has revolutionized skin rejuvenation.  It has scientifically demonstrated results when compared to alternative therapies.

As the PRP is produced from your own blood, there is no risk of an allergic reaction.

Combining dermal fillers and PRP can provide a remarkably refreshed, beautiful, and natural result.

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Under Eye

Vampire Facial / PRP Microneedling

PRP can be combined with microneedling to produce optimal rejuvenation result.  This methods has been coined with the unfortunate name of a Vampire Facial.

The procedure involves the drawing of blood and separation of the PRP, as well as a small roller with tiny needles on it being rolled across the face.  This roller creates micro-holes on the skin allowing the PRP to penetrate into the skin.  Microneedling stimulates collagen production and so combined with PRP super charges the rejuvenation process in the skin. 

 

This method of combining microneedling with PRP is also a variation of the PRP Hair Loss Treatment. 

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Under-eye Dark Circles

PRP treatment under the eyes is used to treat eye-bags, dark circles, hollow under-eyes / tear troughs, puffiness from allergies, and to rejuvenate aging skin.  With PRP you can:

  • Regain the lost elasticity and plumpness under the eyes by repairing the weakening collagen and elastin in the skin.

  • Create entirely new blood vessels that bring fresh oxygen and nutrients to combat pigmentation problems and enhances your melanin production giving you a healthy glow.

  • Clear away puffiness due to excess fluid retention and toxins.

In a 2018 study, researchers noted that “PRP injections in the lower-eyelid region are a safe, efficient, virtually pain-free, simple, and rapid treatment option for an area with otherwise limited treatment alternatives.”.  

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Guide to PRP

What is it?

Platelet-rich plasma consists of two elements:

  1. Plasma, or the liquid portion of blood, and platelets, a type of blood cell that plays an important role in healing throughout the body.

  2. Platelets (or thrombocytes) well-known for their clotting abilities, but they also contain growth factors that can trigger cell reproduction and stimulate tissue regeneration or healing in the treated area.

 

This solution is a concentration of specific bio-proteins or hormones, called growth factors; platelets that contribute to essential growth functions and healing processes, including wound healing and tissue regeneration.

 

When these platelets are isolated and injected into a treatment area, they stimulate your body’s reparative cell production.

How is it made?

To create platelet-rich plasma, a blood sample is taken and placed into a device called a centrifuge that rapidly spins the sample, separating out the other components of the blood from the platelets and concentrating them within the plasma

What does the procedure involve?

After creating platelet-rich plasma from your blood sample, that solution is injected into the target area. The idea is to increase the concentration of specific bioproteins or hormones, called growth factors, in a specific area to accelerate the healing process.

How long does it take and how long will it last?

Most people need 3 PRP injection treatments, spaced a month apart, for optimal results.  Follow-up treatments are recommended every 6 months after that to maintain results.

 

The benefits of PRP injections usually last for 6 to 9 months. 

However, the longevity of results will vary from person to person and depend in part on the frequency of injections, the concentration of PRP, the treated area, and other specifics of your situation. 

Ratings & Reviews

The Numbers Speak for Themselves
PRP for Hair & PRP for Skin:

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Data for Hair Restoration and Skin Rejuvenation respectively from actual patients who paid for the procedure and voluntarily submitted views through: realself.com

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Data from actual patients who paid for the procedure and voluntarily submitted views through: realpatientratings.com

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