A “natural filler” treatment that gives a more youthful appearance to the skin. There are no risks of allergies or sensitivity as PRP is derived from your own blood. It improves skin texture, decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth and eyes, and plumps hollowing areas such as tear trough grooves, cheeks, and temples.Drop a Hint
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) facial injections is a “natural filler” treatment to give more of a youthful appearance. The patient is injected with a concentration of platelets from their own blood to promote the production of collagen and elastin. PRP facial injections stimulates new collagen and enhances regrowth of new healthy skin. We love using PRP injections in places like smile lines and under the eyes to diminish dark circles. The growth factors and platelets in PRP can help repair the tissues around your eyes, leading to a smooth and renewed appearance.
1. PRP facial injections is one of the lowest risk treatments because the process involves injecting a substance sourced from your own body. Mild bruising, swelling or redness can occur at the injection site but usually resolves quickly.
2. PRP improves the skin’s health and regeneration so that dead skin cells are removed faster, giving you smoother skin.
3. When PRP is injected, it repairs the collagen and elastin layer so that the skin regains elasticity. One of our favorite places to inject PRP is the under-eye. PRP allows the skin in the under-eye region to plump up and refill the hollows under the eyes.
Our dedicated PRP Specialist and Nurse Practitioner will first have a consultation to discuss desired results and frequency of your PRP facial injections. On the day of your appointment, your provider will start with a ‘before’ photo in our dedicated photo room and numb in any sensitive areas that will be treated. Then, a comfortable and small blood draw will be performed by our PRP specialist. After 10 minutes of processing your blood in a centrifuge, your PRP specialist will be able to inject your PRP into the areas of concern. To maintain your PRP results, you can schedule follow-up treatments as needed.