Introduction to Platelet Rich Plasma


The human body possesses an exceptional capacity to heal itself, naturally producing stem cells that regenerate new tissue. PRP offers patients a durable, permanent solution by applying concentrated platelets, rich in bioactive proteins, that release growth factors. These factors stimulate cellular regeneration and speed up tissue repair. Initially used for sports injuries, dentistry, and wound healing, PRP has recently expanded its applications to enhance physiological functions and address aesthetic concerns. Platelet Rich Plasma stands as one of the most advanced and effective natural treatments for cellular rejuvenation across the body.


First, we draw a small amount of blood from the patient, similar to a routine blood test, to develop a PRP treatment. We then spin this blood in a unique centrifuge to separate the plasma and platelets from the rest of the blood components. Next, we inject the highly concentrated platelets back into your tissues, stimulating stem cells to create new, youthful tissue. We can inject the plasma into your face, scalp, muscles and joints, and even sex organs. The PRP procedure leverages what your body naturally produces, ensuring your body accepts the treatment without rejection or reactions. PRP treatments are minimally invasive, typically causing little to no discomfort with a very short healing period, all completed within an hour. Essentially, it’s like turning back the clock, making what was aged or damaged brand new.


Since PRP is withdrawn from your own blood, it minimizes the risk of allergic reaction, skin sensitivity or rejection. Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is rapidly becoming one of the most popular treatment methods to address a variety of health and cosmetic concerns including:

  • Wrinkled or sagging skin;
  • Acne;
  • Rosacea;
  • Urinary Incontinence;
  • Hair Regrowth;
  • Frown lines, crow’s feet;
  • Scarring;
  • Erectile Dysfunction;
  • Sexual Wellness;
  • Pain Relief.

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