Platelet Rich Plasma, often called Regenerative Medicine

Treatment areas for the face

  • dark circles and puffiness under your eye
  • fine lines and sagging around your mouth, cheeks, and eyes

Want to improve your skin tone and have bright, healthy, and firm skin again? Then PRP might be right for you.

One of the most promising breakthroughs in facial rejuvenation, has been Platelet Rich Plasma. Using your body's natural biology and platelets, Platelet Rich Plasma used for skin depressions, acne scars, and wrinkles and folds. Gradually, over 6 to 8 weeks, as your body repairs itself, you will start to see improvement.

Red and white blood cells are divided from the platelets and the plasma (the clear fluid). This plasma now contains a higher than normal number of platelets and is called platelet rich plasma, or PRP.

Platelets are the cells in the blood that help tissue to heal and grow new cells. The PRP promotes your own collagen to grow, regenerates tissue, and thus naturally smooths and tighten the skin. 

PRP for Soft Tissue Injuries

It's called Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, and it utilizes platelets from the own blood to rebuild a damaged tendon or cartilage. It has been successful in relieving pain by accelerating the healing process. PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma injection therapy has received quite a bit of attention since its use by many professional athletes. Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Hines Ward, LaRon Landry, and many more  professional athletes have used PRP therapy for sports injuries

Canadian Figure Skater Kaetlyn Osmond’s Journey to the 2014 Winter Olympics received a PRP injection which speeded up her recovery, and return to competition.

It may require 1-3 sessions , 6 to 8 weeks apart.