Natural Platelet Rich Plasma
Platelet Rich Plasma has been used in dermatology, reconstructive surgery and orthopedic medicine. Today, it is used in cosmetic facial rejuvenation, hair loss treatments and skin wound healing as a natural way to use the body’s own healing capabilities but in a concentrated manner.
PRP is natural and comes from your own body. Through a simple blood draw, a little amount of blood is drawn from an individual into a sterile tube. Using a high powered centrifuge, the blood is separated and a concentration of stem cells, growth factors and platelets that are extracted. This little amount of blood with a high concentration of platelets and growth factors is called Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).
PRP is best known for its function in skin rejuvenation. When PRP is injected, its high platelet concentration functions as a matrix that stimulates the growth of new collagen, revitalizes skin tissue while minimizing wrinkles and creating a smoother feel and tone.
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is recommended if your face appears drawn, or if you have a desire to enhance the overall skin tone, texture and tightness in areas where fillers are not able to reach. Fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane can be applied together with PRP given that the two forms of skin treatment actually serve different purposes. The fillers will fill particular wrinkles while PRP will enhance overall wrinkle improvement.
For optimal results, visit the Phyzique Center to have your PRP cosmetic treatment. Improvement in skin tone and elasticity will be visible after treatment.
PRP for Facial Rejuvenation
PRP Hair Loss Treatments
Botox® works by paralyzing the small muscles in the face and needs to be
repeated every 3-4 months to maintain results.
PRP Rejuvenation involves implantation of your own growth factors that can increase collagen and protein production as well as thicken the dermal cellular matrix to add volume to the skin. The treatment lasts up to two years.
Depending on the condition of your skin, most patients require 1-3
treatments. Once you achieve the look you want, the treatment can last
from 9 months to 2 years. All cosmetic procedures require maintenance to
maintain a youthful appearance. Procedures don’t stop the aging process but we CAN set back the clock for our clients with our proven solutions.
The PRP procedure promotes collagen growth and makes the patient’s
face less saggy, smoothing out the wrinkles that come with age and
dehydration. If you have too much extra skin or need a more extensive
correction, then a traditional facelift may be more appropriate for you.
However, if you are considering surgery it may be
worthwhile to consider the PRP facelift as an option first.
As we are regenerating collagen lasting results will depend on the care and maintenance of your skin. However, 2-3 treatments will help results last up to 24 months. Individual results may vary.
Everyone is different. Pain is subjective and varies considerably. Most of our patients report little or no discomfort. Patients may choose to use an anesthetic cream that is applied before PRP application. Please speak to your Phyzique doctor or treatment specialist regarding your specific situation.
Redness, swelling, slight pain, bruising or all these signs can happen in the treatment area. These side effects usually subside in a few hours to a few days. Post care instructions will be provided by your treatment specialist
PhyZique is your partner in non-surgical skin tightening, cellulite and fat reduction. With the latest breakthroughs, you can achieve good results without the dangers and side effects of surgery. We strive at bringing you the latest technology that are effective. The reason why we are the best at what high client satisfaction ratings is because of our highly trained and experienced treatment specialists. We dedicate ourselves to being knowledgeable, understanding and supportive. You get this caring attitude from all the staff at PhyZique. We are here to educate you so that you can make the best decision about your body and goals. In each case, we explain the procedures, and what results are realistically possible.