PRP for Skin Rejuvenation

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PRP for Skin Rejuvenation

Many patients desire facial rejuvenation, but not all are ready or prepared to undergo invasive surgery to obtain a more youthful appearance. Fortunately, there are a variety of effective therapies that can produce dramatic benefits without the need for surgery. The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to repair some of the most common facial aging issues is one of the newest treatments. PRP is a one-of-a-kind formulation made from the patient's blood that has been treated to boost platelet concentration in the plasma. While its cosmetic applications are relatively new, PRP has a long history in orthopedic medicine, reconstructive surgery, and dentistry. It is a popular treatment for professional athletes' joint, tendon, and tissue injuries. It dramatically reduces the amount of time the athlete is out of play after an injury. Platelet-rich plasma is rich in platelets and growth factors, stimulating stem cells.

PRP In Cosmetic Medicine

TPRP, also known as platelet-rich plasma therapy, can treat several cosmetic issues in areas of the face that are difficult to treat with other non-invasive procedures. The most common applications for PRP are as follows:

  • Adding volume to the front, hands, and neck
  • Eliminating acne scars and stretch marks
  • Improving skin texture
  • Plumping up undereye grooves

Procedure overview

PRP treatment takes less than 30 minutes to finish. A small vial of blood is drawn when the patient comes, similar to the volume required for routine blood testing. The growth factors, platelets, and stem cells are then separated from the rest of the blood in a centrifuge. After obtaining this one-of-a-kind mixture, a U225 Gun is used to inject it back into the skin.


Our patients receive three treatments four to eight weeks apart to achieve the best results. After the first month, there is a noticeable difference in skin texture. Maximum collagen regeneration occurs three months after the initial treatment, resulting in plumper, elevated skin with fewer creases and wrinkles. The effects of the treatment usually last for 18 to 24 months. Many people choose for touch-up procedures after a year to maintain their impact.

Recovery and risks

Patients can quickly resume normal activities after receiving platelet-rich plasma therapy. Because the injected substance is derived from the patient's body, relatively few adverse effects are connected with PRP treatments. This reduces the possibility of infection or allergic reaction. Some individuals report redness in the treated area for up to 48 hours following the procedure, although this is not unpleasant and maybe readily be hidden with cosmetics. Swelling and bruising are infrequent, and if they do develop, they usually last less than a week. Patients are advised to keep their skin hydrated with their regular moisturizer after treatment and sunscreen several times a day to preserve the skin and sustain its effects.

Ideal candidates for PRP treatments

Platelet-rich plasma treatments are suitable for people who want to witness a gradual change in the appearance of their skin and want to achieve noticeable, natural-looking outcomes. It is ideal for people who have mild to moderate signs of aging. Candidates must also be in good general health and have reasonable expectations for the surgery. If you're interested in PRP treatments for facial rejuvenation, please get in touch with us right away to see if this is the appropriate treatment for you.