Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections harness the potent healing properties within your own blood. Comprising plasma, red cells, white cells, and platelets, PRP is enriched with granules carrying vital growth factors. These growth factors play a pivotal role in initiating the inflammatory cascade and driving the healing process, making PRP an ideal solution for various musculoskeletal injuries, including those affecting tendons, muscles, and joints.

Beyond its therapeutic applications, Platelet Rich Plasma serves as a remarkable tool for aesthetic rejuvenation, effectively slowing the natural aging process of the skin. The plasma within our blood is a rich source of essential factors crucial for cellular survival, encompassing nutrients, vitamins, electrolytes, growth factors, and proteins. By utilising factors, it can stimulate the synthesis of collagen, elastin, and cellular growth.


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What To Expect

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do PRP injections last?

Results are seen approximately two to three weeks after your first treatment. For more noticeable and long-term results, we recommend receiving three to four treatments every four to six weeks. The best results are seen when following a healthy lifestyle and taking a good-quality blood sample. Depending on the rate at which each patient produces collagen, maintenance treatments are recommended every four to six months, with a treatment at least once every 12 months to maintain results.

What is the procedure for the PRP facial treatment?

PRP injections are designed as a skin rejuvenation procedure that typically takes 45 to 60 minutes. The procedure begins with collecting the patient’s blood, like a blood test. This is then placed in a centrifuge, which spins at a controlled rate to separate the liquid-concentrated plasma from the red and white blood cells. Following this, the PRP is injected into the treatment areas of the face. You might experience a momentary tingling sensation throughout this injection process, lasting only a few seconds. Numbing cream can be applied before the treatment to enhance comfort for those who prefer it. From this point in the procedure, the PRP releases growth factors, including stimulating cell growth and regeneration, forming new blood vessels, and producing fresh collagen and elastin. These processes ultimately create connective tissue, fostering skin tightening and yielding a rejuvenated appearance.

Which areas can PRP be used on the face and body?

PRP injections can be used for total face rejuvenation, defining the jawline, neck tightening, addressing perioral and periorbital lines, lip regeneration, rejuvenating the hands and arms, and revitalising the decolletage.

What types of concerns can PRP help with?

Platelet-Rich Plasma injections can effectively address a range of concerns, including:

  • Crows feet
  • Dark circles around the eyes
  • Loose, wrinkled skin on the neck and decolletage
  • Acne scars
  • Fine lines around the mouth
  • Overall facial skin rejuvenation

What aftercare is required after treatment?

Some of the most common effects experienced after Platelet-Rich Plasma injections are redness, swelling and possible bruising at the injection site. Redness and swelling usually subside within a day, while bruising may take one to two weeks to fade completely. Due to the minimal downtime associated with this procedure, you can resume your regular activities after your appointment. Using sunscreen when outdoors is recommended, but it’s best to limit excessive sun exposure for optimal results.

When will I begin to see results from a PRP treatment?

Patients notice tightening and a more even skin tone in a week or two after PRP injections. These results continue to develop for up to six months after treatment.

Who isn’t eligible for PRP injections?

If you have low blood pressure, diabetes, fever, heart conditions, anemia, blood clots or platelet disorders, or active infections, discussing this procedure with your general practitioner is critical. Pregnant women, people on dialysis and people with bovine allergies are not candidates.

What should you avoid before PRP?

Things to avoid before PRP injections include taking anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulation medication leading up to the procedure.

How long after PRP can I take anti-inflammatory medications?

We recommend that you avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications for up to six weeks after the procedure to prevent them from interfering with the natural healing process.

How often can I have PRP injections?

When multiple injections are needed for your condition and to see the results you want, follow-up rounds of PRP injections are delivered four to six weeks apart.

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