Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Vampire FaceliftPlatelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP has become a highly sought-after non-surgical procedure for facial and skin rejuvenation. PRP therapy is a treatment which uses your own blood platelets to stimulate new cell growth, helping to improve your complexion, skin texture and to restore lost facial volume.

Your blood is essentially made up of four components; red blood cells, white blood cells, the plasma and the platelets.  We take your blood and spin it in a centrifuge, which enables the separation of the blood cells from your plasma and platelets. This is then re-injected into the skin to stimulate collagen and new skin cells.  PRP harnesses the beneficial functions of the patients own platelets and therefore there is no risk of allergy or rejection of the treatment.

There are several methods in which PRP can be used for facial rejuvenation:

PRP injections are used in mild cases of volume loss to help stimulate collagen production.

The Vampire Facelift® is a procedure that involves PRP injections combined with dermal fillers to restore facial volume while the PRP works to produce collagen.  

The Vampire Facial® is a topical treatment that involves taking your PRP, spreading it over your skin, and using the fine needles of a micro-channeling pen to create entry pores to the top layer of the skin to promote collagen formation.  This treatment will produce smoother skin and is effective on acne scarring, sun damaged skin, brown spots, and fine lines. 

The Vampire Breast Lift is a PRP procedure used to help tone and lift the breast. This therapy enables you to improve the shape of the breasts without surgery.

 

PRP for Hair Restoration

PRP can also be used to aid in hair restoration on both men and women.  PRP is injected into the scalp to stimulate natural hair growth.  This treatment can be combined with hair transplant surgery, micro-channeling treatments, and topical medications for hair loss.  This is not a one-time only treatment and requires a commitment from the patient for follow up treatments.