Treatments

PRP

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Platelet Rich Plasma

Microneedling is a technique that is used to exfoliate the skin and increase the production of collagen. Microneeding can also use the natural growth factors that are present in your platelets, which utilizes the same technique as Microneedling but uses ‘Platelet Rich Plasma’ derived from the patient’s blood, in office. This is ideal in treating conditions such as fine lines, acne scarring, and mild hyperpigmentation.  Rejuvenate your skin and reduce the appearance of dark spots and fine lines while drastically improving tone and texture to remove years off your appearance! 

 The benefit of using your blood is the skin’s ability to sense the need for cell production more quickly which delivers skin elasticity and enhanced collagen production in the targeted areas, a small volume of plasma has a high volume of platelets. One PRP Microneedling session is equivalent to about 3 standard Microneedling sessions in one, yields faster results, and has less downtime than a Fraxel Treatment. Common areas for PRP treatments are the face, neck, chest, head and brows. 

PRP Head

Platelet Rich Plasma can also be injected  into patient’s head underneath hair follicles in circumstances where the goal is to stimulate cell production and hair growth naturally. This technique can also be used on the brows to stimulate more hair growth and create thicker brows. 

The natural growth factors that are present in your platelets utilize the body’s natural healing response to stimulate tissue regeneration using ‘Platelet Rich Plasma’ derived from the patient’s blood, in office. The benefit of using your blood is the skin’s ability to sense the need for cell production more quickly which delivers skin elasticity and enhanced collagen production in the targeted areas, a small volume of plasma has a high volume of platelets.

Numbing cream is an option to reduce any sensitivity. Please let the front desk know if you would like to numb for your treatment, this means you will have to come into the office 30-45 min before your scheduled appointment.