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What Exactly Is PRP/PRF

PRP is an acronym for platelet-rich plasma, a method of using the body’s own cells to help rejuvenate the skin. PRP involves a simple blood draw from the patient, it is then spun down in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells.

When it comes to addressing aesthetic concerns, microneedling with or injecting PRP is one of the leading solutions selected by thousands of Americans each year. PRP is a science-backed and evidence-based treatment that can be done in a single in-office session.

When PRP is microneedled or injected into the skin, new collagen and elastin naturally form and leave intense tightening properties, as well as a beautiful skin tone and texture.

PRP has also demonstrated significant efficacy in addressing hair loss. Clinical evidence supports the effectiveness of PRP for hair loss in both men and women, highlighting its safety and positive outcomes.

Recent studies have shown that PRP can significantly improve patient-reported quality of life by promoting hair regrowth and improving hair density.

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