PRP Facial Rejuvenation


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, the topical application of your own plasma during a micro-needling treatment in order to enhance the micro-needling treatment and thereby achieving further firming and tightening results.

PRFM Therapy, purports to rejuvenate the skin by INJECTING your own blood plasma under your dermis, to stimulate cell growth and collagen production. It will also enhance dermal fillers and other cosmetic injectables. PRFM has become quite a sought-after non-surgical procedure. It promises to improve complexion and texture and restore lost facial volume. PRFM may be used as a stand alone treatment or added to microneedling or other cosmetic injection services.

Platelet Rich Plasma and PRFM Therapy involves the process of having a small amount of blood drawn in our office, which is then put in a centrifuge machine in order to separate the plasma from the platelets. The plasma is then applied topically during the micro-needling procedure or injecting just under the facial skin.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Skin Rejuvenation Treatment is an advanced and ground-breaking anti-aging treatment physicians use to help repair damaged or injured tissues in the body. This minimally invasive procedure helps initiate the regenerative process by utilizing the growth factors that platelets are known to contain. PRP Skin Rejuvenation Treatment is autologous, meaning it is derived from the patient, therefore reducing the risk of rejection or allergic reaction.

The human body is a highly resilient system, able to heal itself in ways that can often seem magical. Sometimes our body needs help in certain places where it has reduced blood flow and therefore our system sees no need for healing at all. Examples of these circumstances can be scars on your face or body, sun damaged skin around your eyes, translucency on the back of your hands, loose skin and wrinkles around your mouth.

PRP is a procedure that uses your own blood to repair your cells. It has proven its effectiveness at addressing aesthetic problems. Since your own blood has amazing healing properties, this treatment has revolutionized the reversal of skin aging and damage.

This treatment is not as new as you may think. It has been used by oral surgeons to assist the healing process following oral and maxillofacial reconstructive procedures and plastic surgeons utilize this procedure to promote healing after facial surgery. Over the past decade PRP has become more popular when used to regenerate skin tissues under the eyes, around the jawbone and mouth, under the chin, on the neck, smoker’s lines on the upper lip and many more.