Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
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How do we use Platelet Rich Plasma?
When injecting your own PRP Platelet Rich Plasma it is using your own body’s growth proteins to encourage the production and growth of our collagen and elastin at a faster and higher level. PRP was originally used in equine injuries, then was investigated and used for such things as chronic tendinitis, osteoarthritis and orthopaedic surgery, oral surgery and now more commonly known and used in plastic surgery and aesthetics. In 2010, cosmetic procedures marketed under the name of “vampire facials” grew in popularity, fuelled by celebrity endorsement. These “vampire facials” generally centre on PRP treatment, and usually (but not always) involve Skin Needling.
PRP is prepared by taking blood from the person, and then putting it through the centrifugation designed to separate PRP from red blood cells. This is done in the clinic at the time of your appointment. It generally takes anywhere up to 6 weeks to grow our collagen and elastin, so multiple treatments and time may be needed in some cases. PRP Injections are used in many different areas of the body and for various results ranging from face for anti aging and skin tightening to Hair Restoration, Vaginal Tightening and repair to ligaments, tendons, muscles and joints. PRP may be conducted safely on all colours of skin and all types of skin. Topical anaesthetic is applied pre treatment for patient comfort
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Frequently Asked Questions
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- 1 x Vial Injected Face, Neck, Décolletage, Hands, Scars, Feet- $150
- O-Shot Vaginal Rejuvenation - $500 (2 sessions)
- Hair Restoration - $200 (2 sessions)
Bruising and swelling may last anywhere between 5-14 days.
You may experience redness, warmth, and slight irritation after the treatment. This is normal and will subside after 1 to 2 hours and will normally diminish within the same day or 24 hours post treatment.
You may not eligible for PRP Injections if the following applies to you: Active bacterial, viral or fungal infections, facial surgery in the past 3 months, Patients taking blood thinning medications, immuno-suppression medications, uncontrolled diabetes or recent sunburn/ sun exposure.