What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?
After drawing your blood, we harvest and concentrate your own bioactive platelets, using an FDA-approved process, then inject them back into key areas of your face, neck, hands, or decolletage.
Scalp PRP uses a similar process to address hair thinning and alopecia (hair loss). Using a “inside-outside” approach, we investigate the underlying causes of hair loss and inject PRP treatments at the hair follicle to re-stimulate hair follicle growth through release of your body’s own growth factors.
History of PRP
PRP was first used in the 1990’s for healing difficult wounds and later to accelerate healing of sports injuries.
The basis for this scientific method of healing various tissues is now being used to achieve tissue rejuvenation in the soft tissues of the face, neck, hands, and décolletage.
Feel free to book a consultation today with Jennifer Nugent, Nurse Practitioner, to see if PRP would be effective for you.