Category Archives: PRP

Introducing the Concept of “Age Freezing”

The nonsurgical aesthetic industry has finally hit an important milestone. Using a combination of techniques, cosmetic physicians are now able to halt, and even reverse, the age-related changes which occur to one’s face. In the past, technologies would allow for turning back time for a few years but eventually, the inevitable and undeniable signs of …

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Treating Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)

Melanocytes are the cells responsible for the pigmentation in the skin. Their activity can be increased in response to inflammation. When skin becomes hyperpigmented from an injury, it is called “post inflammatory hyperpigmentation” or PIH. This is particularly prevalent in darker skin individuals, where there is more melanocytic activity, but can occur in lighter skin …

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Not All PRP is Actually Rich in Platelets…Do The Math!

There is an increasing recognition of the power of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). Platelets contain a high concentration of growth factors and immune modulators which have been shown to improve wound healing, improve hair growth, and possibly rejuvenate skin and other areas of the body. The “Vampire Facial and Facelift” have become popular procedures in …

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Hair and Eyebrow Restoration Completely NonSurgical using PRP and ACell

  PRP is “Platelet Rich Plasma”, a portion of whole blood that is separated from the red blood cells through centrifuging.  It should contain concentrations of platelets that are at least 4 times that of what is found in whole blood to get the maximum benefits.  Its use in medical conditions started in the 1990’s …

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PRP and it’s Uses in Cosmetic Procedures: Facial Rejuvenation and Hair Growth Restoration

  PRP is “Platelet Rich Plasma”, a portion of whole blood that is separated from the blood through centrifuging.   It should contain concentrations of platelets that are at least 4 times that of what is found in ordinary blood to get the maximal benefits.  Its use in medical conditions started in the 1990’s mainly …

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