Plasma for Skin Rejuvenation

Additional Information

  

Natural Radiance is one of our a non-surgical treatment options to increase skin’s elasticity, fight wrinkles, stimulate collagen, decrease acne scarring and diminish stretch marks.


Also known as the “Vampire Facial”, this treatment was made popular by celebrities like reality TV personality Kim Kardashian, British actor Rupert Everett, and top model, Bar Refaeli because of its extraordinary skin rejuvenation effects. 


Natural Radiance uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which is applied to your skin as a serum, in combination with microneedling to release essential growth factors and signaling proteins into the skin. 


These work to repair tissue and blood vessels, promote the growth of new tissue, and boost healthy cell production.

Is Natural Radiance for you?

Natural Radiance is the ideal treatment for both male and female patients wanting to treat crow’s feet, dark circles around the eyes, fine lines around the mouth, dull, rough, or uneven skin tone and texture, sun damaged skin, acne scarring, etc.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy in Hair Restoration

PRP for Hair Loss

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss is a proactive therapeutic option for male and female patients experiencing hair loss. PRP is an exciting non-surgical therapeutic option for patients who require stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions. Recent scientific research and technology provides the medical community with new understandings of wound and tissue healing. As a result of these scientific studies, we recognize PRP is an all-natural autologous medical procedure performed in physicians offices for scalp, skin, and hair stimulation. 

How Does It Works?

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, that can theoretically cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the micro-environment of the hair follicle. Platelet cells promote healing, accelerates the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, responds to injury, and formation of new cellular growth. The primary purpose of using PRP in hair restoration is to stimulate inactive or newly implanted hair follicles into an active growth phase. These granules within the PRP contain clotting and growth factors that are eventually released during the healing and repair process. 

How is PRP procedure Done?

Blood is drawn in our office as though you are having routine blood test. The blood is spun in a centrifuge and the PRP is separated and removed from the rest of the blood. An anesthesia block is given to nerves of the scalp so the patient does not feel any pain. The highly concentrated platelet rich plasma (PRP) is then injected into the scalp. The patient’s hair is then washed and the patient may drive home without any assistance. Some patient’s chose to have PRP performed every three (3) to four (4) months as early data suggests regular or semiannual PRP treatments that may stimulate hair growth. 

Is PRP For Me?

The decision to use PRP is a personal decision and should be made after careful research, consideration and consultation with a physician. PRP is safe and natural because the procedure concentrates the good cells from your scalp and injects them directly back into the area where it is needed. There is absolutely no chance of getting a blood infection from another human being. PRP involves using your own cells that are not modified or changed, and it will not be rejected by your immune system. 

Can I Use PRP In Combination With Other Therapy?

Absolutely. In fact, we encourage it and prescribe PRP therapy as a compliment to a nonsurgical approach for those patients who are not eligible for surgery or who want to delay hair restoration surgery. As a non-surgical treatment option, we recommend PRP therapy along with Minoxidil and DHT blockers or for those patients who can not tolerate or have side effects with these medications. 

Is There A Contraindication To PRP?

Patients with history of heavy smoking, drug and alcohol use. Medical diagnosis such as platelet dysfunction syndromes, thrombocytopenias, hypofibrinogenemia, hemodynamic instability, sepsis, acute and chronic Infections, chronic liver disease, anti-coagulation therapy, chronic skin diseases or cancer, metabolic and systemic disorders.