Platelet Rich Plasma can improve your appearance and revitalize your skin.
This nonsurgical rejuvenation process takes a patient’s own blood and separates the cells using a centrifuge. It isolates growth factors found within the plasma that can stimulate:
The PRP is then injected into the areas where a patient wants to:
PRP is 100% natural because it uses your own blood. There is zero injecting of any foreign materials into a patient’s body.
Kim Kardashian was the first one to popularize the treatment, but now countless patients are taking advantage of the benefits that PRP offers.
The combination of microneedling and PRP injections can address a variety of skin issues, including:
These procedures can be used on both the face and the body. They work regardless of skin color or type.
Both microneedling and PRP are minimally invasive procedures designed to rejuvenate the skin. Because of the effects they have on your platelets, they work even better together:
Microneedling is a very simple procedure. We use a small handheld microneedling pen. It’s an automatic needling device with sterilized, disposable micro-needle tips that we can adjust for both speed and needle depth.
When these tips are passed over the skin, they create several tiny micro-wounds on a patient's skin, which helps induce inflammation. When the body initiates the process of wound-healing, it produces more collagen and elastin. This helps keep the skin vibrant and smooth.
After microneedling and PRP, the skin may be slightly red and feel as if it had been sunburned. Most patients will completely recover within 24-72 hours after the procedure. The body’s collagen production begins slowly and typically takes around four to eight weeks to regenerate, so patients often continue to see improvement over time.
You’ve come to the right place! At NovaGenix, we’re committed to helping patients rejuvenate their skin with PRP. Please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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