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Platelet Rich Plasma(PRP) Procedures

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PRP Procedures

Our PRP Procedure includes drawing a small amount of blood that is then spun and separated for a few minutes. The result is an almost clear liquid of platelets that are re-injected back into the treatment area. This causes stimulation of new cells using your own platelets. The results of a PRP Procedure are long lasting and can last well over a year. There are multiple uses for PRP procedures (Facial Rejuvenation, Hair Loss in men and women and Sexual Rejuvenation in men and women)

Advantages of a Platelet Rich Plasma Procedure include no risk of allergic reaction since it uses your own natural resources, little or no swelling, bruising or lumping, ideal for those who dislike synthetic products, and the improvements are natural and subtle.

Call today to be on the way to a better, healthier you. We offer all of our services in a comfortable and relaxed environment, and we are committed to helping each patient look and feel great on the inside and the outside.

Facial Rejuvenation

The Platelet Rich Plasma Procedure is a great way to naturally help fill age lines, improve skin tone and texture, reduce acne scars, and plump up and tighten your skin giving you a more youthful and fresh appearance. This is a revolutionary anti-aging treatment that uses your own blood.

PRP Procedure also helps to improve pH and sebum levels in patients with acne; patients see an improvement in the tone and texture (skin is brighter and softer); helps to minimize the appearance of pores; it can help to soften the appearance of scar tissue; patients notice an improvement in the firmness (laxity) of the skin. PRP is also effective to minimize the appearance of the horizontal creases and laxity in the neck. PRP can be used in conjunction with other treatment modalities for more dramatic results and improvement.

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Hair Loss Treatment

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, that can encourage growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the microenvironment of the hair follicle. These special Platelet cells promote healing, accelerate the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, respond to injury, and activate a formation of new cellular growth.

The primary purpose of using PRP in hair restoration is to stimulate inactive or newly implanted hair follicles into an active growth phase. In addition to the patient’s own plasma we add a customized combination of medical grade hair growth serums such as Minoxidil (Rogaine), Finasteride, and Saw Palmetto.

Female Sexual Rejuvenation

In females, PRP can be injected into the upper portion of the vagina to minimize the effects of mild female urinary incontinence. This is performed by stimulating the growth of new cells between the roof of the vagina and the urethra, aiding to close the urethra more completely. It can also be injected into the clitoris or G-Spot (Grafenberg Spot). This will volumize the clitoris and improve sensitivity in females experiencing difficulty in achieving orgasm or females who do not experience orgasm at all. It has also been shown to improve in females experiencing vaginal dryness (a common complaint during menopause).

Male Sexual Rejuvenation

In males, PRP can be injected into the center core of the penis (corpus cavernosum) and in the crown of the penis. In the corpus cavernosum, the PRP will stimulate new cell tissue growth that will aid in increasing girth (circumference) of the penis. In many cases, the use of PRP therapy has also been found to aid in straightening a curved penis. In the crown of the penis, the PRP will aid in the increase in general size of the crown. There are reports of PRP aiding in increasing the length of the penis but factual results vary from patient to patient. There are also clinical studies being conducted to determine the benefits of PRP therapy for patients suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED).

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