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Platelet-Rich Plasma

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Platelet-Rich Plasma


  • Morpheus8 + PRP - $1,500

  • Keravive + PRP - $3,000

  • Vampire Facial - $650

What is a PRP?

PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma. It is a substance that is created by separating the plasma (the liquid part of the blood) from the blood cells and concentrating the platelets in the plasma. This concentration of platelets is thought to have various beneficial properties, such as the ability to stimulate healing and tissue repair. PRP is sometimes used in medical treatments, such as to help speed up the healing of injuries or to improve the appearance of the skin.

How does it work?

PRP is thought to work for skin care by providing the skin with a concentrated dose of growth factors and other substances that are naturally present in the blood and are believed to be important for promoting healthy skin and tissue repair. These substances are thought to help stimulate the production of collagen, which is a protein that gives the skin its structure and strength. By increasing the amount of collagen in the skin, PRP treatments are thought to help improve the appearance of the skin, making it look smoother, firmer, and more youthful. PRP treatments are also sometimes used to help improve the appearance of scars and to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Candidates for PRP

PRP treatments are generally considered to be safe and effective for most people. However, some people may not be good candidates for this type of treatment. For example, people who have certain medical conditions, such as bleeding disorders or infections, may not be able to undergo PRP treatments. Additionally, people who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not receive PRP treatments. It is always best to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before undergoing any medical treatment, including PRP treatments, to determine if it is safe and appropriate for you.

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