Aesthetic Medicine – PRP

The Role of PRP in Aesthetic Treatment

In both restorative and cosmetic surgery, the duration of inflammation and extended healing times can present problems for the patient. When cPRP is used in surgery for reconstruction, reshaping, lifting, augmentation or reduction it can improve recovery times and reduce the trauma which patients often experience while waiting for post-operative stabilisation.

Recently, skin specialists have begun using cPRP therapy with clients wanting healthier and more youthful looking skin. Treatment with cPRP has volumising benefits on facial folds, laughter lines, acne scars, sun damage, wrinkles and crow’s feet. After cPRP therapy, clients have also reported improvement in skin texture, colour and tone. Because cPRP is autologous – extracted from the patient – there are no problems with allergic reactions or rejection.

When is cPRP used?

The cPRP is used for collagen synthesis

  • Facial rejuvenation
  • Crinkling skin on the neck
  • Décolletage and chests
  • Crinkling around the eyes
  • Acne scars
  • Backs of hands and arms
  • Post pregnancy skin stretching
 and other body skin areas

In conjunction with surgery

  • Scar revision
  • Stretch marks
  • cPRP and Fat Grafting
  • The cPRP is then injected into the areas that require tissue regeneration and rejuvenation.

Is PRP Therapy safe to use?

PRP is the patients own unique [autologous] blood and so you are using the bodies own natural resources to repair and improve your skin tissue. The PRP is processed under exacting clinical standards, which all clinicians must adhere to when working with blood products.

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