PRP Facial Rejuvenation, Pompano Beach

PRP Facial Rejuvenation

Used as early as in the 1990s, Platelet Rich-Plasma is an advanced treatment which has played a key role in wound healing and soft tissue regeneration, a well-known technique in maxilofacial procedures, sports medicine and cardiovascular surgery, Platelet-rich Plasma (Commonly known as PRP) is a minimally invasive procedure and now used with great success for aesthetic purposes due to the regenerative growth factor found in platelets, which are the reparative cells in our body.

How Platelet-Rich Plasma For Facial Rejuvenation Works

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During Platelet-Rich Plasma For Facial Rejuvenation A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and placed in a centrifuge to separate the different components within blood. Red and white blood cells are divided from the platelets within the plasma, which now contains a higher than normal number of platelets and is called platelet rich plasma, or PRP.

The patient’ skin is cleansed and prepared with a topical anesthetic and the platelet rich plasma is injected into the face and neck in areas of skin damage and collagen loss. The PRP is then used topically with an electric micro needling pen called a nano pen which further introduces the PRP into the skin. Injections are quick, painless and much less invasive than a cosmetic surgical procedure and the skin works with its own natural resources to regenerate its own tissue.

Given that the Platelet-Rich Plasma for Facial Rejuvenation is a non-invasive, non-chemical procedure, there are no known side effects.

What to expect from the Platelet-Rich Plasma For Facial Rejuvenation

Results are seen in 4-8 weeks, however, effects can start to show after a couple of days of treatment. Results include:
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  • An overall fresh appearance.
  • Diminished fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, cheeks, face area and neck area.
  • Smoother surface of skin.
  • How long the Platelet-Rich Plasma For Facial Rejuvenation Effect lasts?

    It lasts for approximately one year, depending on the severity of the damaged tissue.

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