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How many treatments are advised?

For the best result, we recommend up to three treatments, 4-8 weeks apart, with top ups at around 12 months.

What results can I expect from PRP treatments?

Improvement of skin texture, pores and tone are noticeable within eight weeks. Full collagen regeneration takes three months.

Can any skin type or color have PRP treatment?

Yes, PRP treatments can be used on all skin types and colours.

Expectations of PRP?

Results are visible at eight weeks and improve gradually over ensuing months with improvement in texture and tone. Skin care and light therapies can enhance the results. Advanced wrinkling cannot be reversed and a minimal improvement is predictable in persons with a heavy drug, alcohol and tobacco usage. Severe scarring may not respond. Further plasma treatment is also popular and safe.

Are results immediate?

No. Swelling from the fluid is what you will see and feel first. Once the swelling has subsided you will not see much change at all. Over a few weeks the platelets will stimulate the growth factors which will assist in more collagen growth.

How many PRP treatments are required?

This will depend upon the health and age of your skin. Normally it is advised to have 2-3 treatments, 4-8 weeks apart. However, your clinician will determine your treatment protocol according to your skin condition.

How long do results last?

Treatment results vary, however, in most patients the results last up to 18 months. Touch-up treatments will maintain the results.

Is PRP treatment safe?

Yes, because we are using your own blood.

Possible side effects of PRP facial rejuvenation?

Minimal: Expect minimal swelling, bruising and redness for 12-24 hours. A bruise at the needle site may be visible for 2-3 days.

Medical conditions treated with PRP?

  • Large joint mild to moderate osteoarthritis eg Hip, knee.
  • Tennis elbow.
  • Torn or inflamed muscles and tendons eg Achilles, Rotator cuff.
  • Slow wound healing.

PRP Skin Regeneration Therapy

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) skin Regeneration therapy is the cutting-edge, anti-aging procedure. The treatment uses the patient’s own blood and thus poses no risk of allergy. The PRP treatment has the effect of potentiating your innate natural healing power and tissue reorganization potential.

Common PRP rejuvenation treatments

The most common conditions for PRP therapy include: fine wrinkles around the eyes, nasolabial grooves, wrinkles on the lips, acne marks, wrinkles on the forehead, wrinkles on the neck, bags and dark circles under the eyes, and loose and saggy skin.

The components of the PRP treatment

PRP Skin Regeneration Therapy uses components called platelets contained in the blood. Platelets play a role in stopping bleeding and repairing damaged blood vessels and cells in the body. Platelets contain substances called growth factors that activate and rejuvenate cells in the body. The growth factors, when released, induce the production of collagen and generation of new capillaries to rejuvenate the skin.​Treatment procedure​. For separation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), the use of a specific filter and a centrifuge achieves a high platelet recovery rate of 97% or more and allows preparation of plasma containing six to ten times as many platelets as the common one. The prp procedure steps are as following:

First the blood is collected

Second a specific filter and a centrifuge are used to prepare platelet-rich plasma (PRP) containing autologous white blood cells. ​Last platelet-rich plasma (PRP) with autologous white blood cells is injected into the area of concern. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes from blood collection to injection. Platelets and white blood cells exert a synergistic effect, resulting in the release of a variety of growth factors at the injection sites. This promotes the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid and wound healing, leading to improvement of symptoms such as wrinkles and irregularities from acne marks.

PRP Skin Regeneration Therapy is expected to provide great benefit for crepy skin under the eyes, which are difficult to treat with conventional rejuvenating injections and laser therapy. The therapy uses the patient’s own blood for rejuvenation and thus poses no risk of infection or allergy. It has the advantage of a longer duration of efficacy compared with injection of hyaluronic acid and collagen that are absorbed into the body. Other features such as no need for skin incision and short downtime (swelling usually resolves in two to three hours) make this therapy a safe treatment.​When will PRP effects take place?

Another feature of the therapy is that the patient will experience a natural change in the operative site and minimal discomfort because beneficial effects gradually occur after about two weeks of therapy.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Athletes and active individuals who endure chronic pain from tendon injuries or osteoarthritis may finally get relief from a safe, non-surgical procedure. It’s called Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, and it utilizes platelets from the athletes’ own blood to rebuild a damaged tendon or cartilage. It has been successful in not only relieving the pain, but also in jumpstarting the healing process.

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy is done in an exam room and takes less than an hour. The patient’s blood is drawn and placed in a centrifuge for 15 minutes to separate out the platelets. The platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the damaged portion of the tendon or cartilage with the guidance of an ultrasound machine.

Patients are put on a program of relative rest followed by physical therapy for the first 6 weeks. After about 6 to 12 weeks, patients are re-evaluated for improvement. Some patients with more difficult injuries may require more than one injection to achieve successful outcomes. The majority of PRP patients find that within 3 months they can return to most or all of the activities they were doing before the pain started.


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