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How Does PRP Improve Wrinkles?

PRP INFOGRAPHIC

How do the Results Look?

Smooth wrinkles with platelet rich plasma! Men and women all over the globe are discovering the rejuvenating effects of Platelet Rich Plasma, and now you can, too! Learn how you can get these incredible, wrinkle-reducing results for yourself below with PRP therapy.

What is Actually Happening

Prior to the injection, you will have blood drawn. Then, the blood will be placed in a centrifuge where it is spun. The spinning separates the blood into three groups: Platelet Poor Layer, The Buffy Coat (this contains the white blood cells and good platelets, which will be used in the injection), and the Red Blood Cells. Then, once the separation is completed, the plasma collected will be injected into the injured area of the skin.

Once the platelet rich plasma is injected, it will release growth factors: Platelet Derived Growth Factor [PDGF], Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor [VEGF], Epidermal Growth Factor ]EGF], Keratinocyte Growth Factor [KGF] and Transforming Growth Factor [TGF]. These elements will then work to rejuvenate the skin.

Once the process is complete, the skin is revitalized and restored to a natural, younger appearance. The whole process is natural, using your body’s own healing methods, and you should experience minimal side effects or complications. Note: Individual results may vary.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q – What type of person is right for PRP?

A-This procedure works well for most patients. Typically, those who avoid smoking and alcohol will have better results.

Q – What areas of the face can be treated?

A- PRP is commonly used around the eyes, cheek, neck, and jawline. It can also be used on other areas of the body such as the back of the hand

Q – How many treatments are required?

A- When being used for cosmetic purposes, three treatments are required, usually scheduled one month apart over a period of three months

Q – How quick will you see results?

A – Results can be seen as early as the first week. However, it’s best to wait for three months to evaluate so you can go through all three treatments. Changes can take place up to three months after the final treatment

Q – Are there side effects?

A – There is usually some short term redness near the injection site, as well as the possibility of bruising. Often these effects are resolved within a week.