PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

We all know blood contains platelets that are key in clotting & healing wounds. However, many don’t know that blood also contains fundamental growth factors designed to recover and heal. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy harnesses these regenerative growth factors by activating them to promote natural healing. This enhancement is done by stimulating the underlying tissue to speed up tissue and collagen production to create smoother/plumper skin and fuller hair.

 
What areas can PRP & PRF treat? PRP & PRF For Facial Rejuvenation (PRP Facial/Vampire Lift)
Since 2006, PRP & PRF therapy has been used in facial rejuvenation around the world.  PRP & PRF therapy provides visible results by:
  • Smoothing and plumping along the forehead, cheeks and eyes.
  • Minimizing smile lines around the nasal folds.
  • Tightening and lifting along the neck/jawline and décolleté.
  • Improving the appearance of skin and minimizing acne scars.
  • Supporting and strengthening hair follicles.
  • Improving the appearance of the hands by minimizing age spots and tightening skin.
Results may vary with each individual, though typically you may see noticeable improvements in skin tone and texture within 3 weeks of treatment. Improvements may continue for several months after post-treatment. Combining PRP with other treatments (fillers, cosmetic laser treatments, etc.) may prolong results.
What our clients say about PRP Therapy:
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PRP for Hair Restoration

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Hair growth is a popular treatment choice for PRP. PRP stimulates hair follicles to produce a healthy environment to strengthen and thicken current hair follicles. PRP also speeds up the growth of hair transplants for clients who have done that procedure. Post-treatment, you may return to normal activity immediately; though the scalp may need protection from sun exposure and excessive irritation.

Please note, not everyone is an ideal candidate. Patients with an active infection related to the scalp area, history of a viral infection (shingles, blood-clotting disorder), on blood-thinning medications (aspiring, immunosuppressive drugs) would not be ideal candidates. As well, if the hair follicles are completely lost, this procedure is less likely to assist in producing viable results.

 
 
 
PRP Therapy F.A.Q
What is the difference between Harvest PRP and other PRP technologies?
Harvest® PRP typically has 2 to 10 times more platelet compared to 12 other PRP technologies on the market, thus 2 to 10 times more of the essential growth factors for stimulating collagen growth. Harvest double spin methods produce significantly higher quality PRP with higher concentrations of growth factors and platelets than other methods. PRP produced using the Harvest® SmartPrep® Multicellular Processing System delivers the highest concentration and yield of platelets when compared to a multitude of other systems, as shown here.
How will I look post-treatment?
Post-treatment injection sites will have some redness and swelling. Some patients will have some bruising that can remain up to a week.
How does PRP strengthen hair follicles?
One reason that hair may thin is caused by low hair density around hair follicles. On average, two or three strands of hair grow from a single follicle. Individuals with thin hair, usually have only one strand of hair grow from the follicle. PRP may increase the number of hair strands per each follicle, enhancing overall hair density.
What are the two phases of PRP?
Phase I Phase I involves blood extraction from the patient; this blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate the blood’s components. Platelets are obtained and may multiply; this multiplication process generates growth factors, which may ultimately be served as stimuli for the scalp’s cells. Phase 2 Phase 2 involves platelet/growth factors are provided to the scalp. This process promotes healing of punctures as well as hair growth. Different vitamins, minerals, and hyaluronic acid may be provided after PRP treatment.
Who isn’t an ideal candidate for PRP treatment?
As the patient’s own blood is used to prepare PRP, the risk of disease transmissions, allergic reactions, toxicity or rejection is avoided. Other contraindications include patients:
  • Who have haematological disorders or concurrent infections;
  • Who have immunosuppression;
  • Undergoing chemotherapy;
  • Suffer from poorly controlled chronic medical conditions;
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding.

PRP Therapy Price Table

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Regenlab PRP Per Session$500 $400
Harvest PRP 30 cc Per Session$700 $560
Harvest PRP 60 cc Per Session$900$720
Regenlab PRP Package of 3$1200 $960
Harvest PRP 30cc Package of 3$2000 $1600
Regenlab PRP Package of 6$2300$1840
Harvest PRP 60cc Package of 3$2600$2080
Harvest PRP 30cc Package of 5$3200$2500
Harvest PRP 60cc Package of 5$4000 $3200
What is the difference between Harvest® and other PRP? Harvest® typically has up to TEN times as much PRP as 12 other PRP technologies on the market = up to TEN times more of essential growth factors for stimulating collagen growth!