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What is PRP/PRF Treatment?
To treat hair loss or brighten up dark undereye circles, pay a visit to The Perfect Dose for PRP/PRF therapy. Treatment with PRP/PRF in Scottsdale is quite safe and only minimally invasive, requiring no recovery time or downtime. This revolutionary treatment uses the patient’s own blood. The blood is drawn and processed, transforming it into platelet rich plasma/platelet rich fibrin, which contains natural factors for collagen and elastin production. The PRP/PRF is then injected into the treatment region.
Platelet rich plasma/platelet rich fibrin therapy can help address bald spots and reverse the effects of hair loss for a younger-looking appearance. This treatment can even be combined with other hair-loss procedures to improve their results. When the PRP/PRF is injected into the scalp, its natural growth factors encourage hair proliferation. They also encourage blood flow into the scalp and improve the thickness of the hair shaft.
- Cost: $500
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Under Eye Treatment
- Cost: $850
PRP VS. PRF
PRP and PRF are both incredible regenerative substances derived from a patient’s own blood. The main difference between these substances is in their creation process.
In order to separate the blood into layers, it needs to be centrifuged. White blood cells and stem cells, which are heavier, tend to accumulate near the bottom of the test tube, whereas platelets, which are lighter, tend to accumulate at their highest concentration at the top.
To make PRF, the blood is spun at a slower speed than it would be for PRP, leaving the blood layers more intact. Lower spin speeds put less stress on the blood cells, which preserves the treated platelet layer’s white blood cell and stem cell populations.
As a result, more healing agents are present in PRF than in PRP. This improves its ability to create effective results.
In comparison to PRP, PRF also requires less blood to be drawn.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
First, blood will be drawn from the patient’s arm. After being extracted and concentrated, the platelet rich plasma or platelet rich fibrin will be injected or supplied to the precise site that requires therapy.
A PRP or PRF treatment could take anywhere from one to two hours to complete, depending on the issue being treated. This time frame accounts for the amount of time required to collect blood and centrifuge it in order to extract the relevant compounds.
After receiving PRP or PRF therapy, the vast majority of patients are able to immediately return to their normal daily activities with no need for a recovery period or downtime. Patients who receive injections may feel temporary discomfort and slight swelling at the injection site.
In three to four weeks, patients who undergo PRP/PRF therapy see optimal results, which may last for as long as 18 months.
Four to six treatments are needed for optimal results. Treatments are spaced out four to six weeks apart.
GOOD CANDIDATES FOR PRP/PRF TREATMENTS
People with acne scarring, skin laxity, hyperpigmentation, dark under eye circles, thinning hair, or uneven skin tone as a result of rosacea are the best candidates for PRP/PRF treatment. If you are looking for a non-surgical solution for any of these issues, these treatments options may be an ideal choice.
YOUR PRP/PRF CONSULTATION
During the consultation for your PRP/PRF treatment, you will be asked in great detail about your aesthetic goals, as well as any existing medical issues, allergies, and previous treatments you have received. The skincare professional will need to know which medications you are currently taking to make sure that the chosen treatment is safe for your health.
The anticipated outcomes of the PRP/PRF treatment will be discussed during the consultation in order to help you develop reasonable expectations. The skincare professional will talk about how long the effects of PRP or PRF will last and what you can do to help them last longer. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
SCHEDULE YOUR CONSULTATION
If you are interested in learning more about PRP and PRF in Scottsdale, don’t hesitate to contact The Perfect Dose so that we can set up a consultation. During your appointment, we will examine the issues you want to address and suggest the treatment plan that will work best for you.