PRP Cosmetic Rejuvenation
There are many different options on the market for effective anti-aging, but few achieve results like PRP. Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy has many different uses, and it has gained popularity as one of the most effective skincare options available. At Eterna MD, we offer comprehensive PRP treatment plans based on your unique goals and preferences.
Who Can Benefit From PRP Cosmetic Rejuvenation?
Many patients can benefit from PRP treatments for cosmetic rejuvenation. It can be an effective solution for the following concerns:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Age-related volume loss
If you have certain medical conditions, you may not be a good candidate for PRP treatments. Our cosmetic team will review your medical history and determine the right facial rejuvenation options for you.
What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?
Platelet-rich plasma is a byproduct of your own blood sample that’s created when it’s placed within a centrifuge. This process separates the different parts of the blood and isolates the plasma, which is concentrated with growth factors. Growth factors can jumpstart your body’s natural rejuvenating processes like collagen production and skin cell turnover. This makes it a highly effective way to boost your skin’s natural regenerative processes.
PRP Cosmetic Rejuvenation FAQs
Does PRP work for skin rejuvenation?
PRP works to stimulate new collagen growth, resulting in a rejuvenated appearance.
How many times can you have PRP injections?
Typically, patients receive PRP injections no more than once every four weeks. During a consultation, a treatment plan that is best for you can be determined.
Does PRP really work for face?
PRP is an effective method of creating new collagen, which reduces wrinkles and skin laxity. This creates a more youthful look.
Is PRP good for under eyes?
PRP can be an effective way to reduce wrinkles or a hollowed appearance under the eyes and is often preferable over dermal fillers in this area.
How long does PRP last for face?
Typically, PRP results last one to two years for the face.
What is PRP in cosmetic surgery?
PRP can be used in cosmetic treatments to boost skin cell turnover and enhance the production of collagen in the skin.
What is the success rate of PRP injections?
PRP comes with a very high rate of success over the course of treatment. When paired with other treatments like microneedling, it can achieve excellent cosmetic results.
What are the side effects of PRP?
Its normal to have some minor redness and sensitivity in your treatment area after PRP treatment. PRP comes with very few risks when performed by an experienced and board-certified plastic surgeon.
What should I avoid after PRP facial?
For best results, make sure to avoid washing your face or exposing your treated skin to heat or sweat. Also, avoid direct sun exposure by wearing SPF daily.
What areas can be treated with PRP?
PRP can be used on many different areas of the body. It can be used for facial cosmetic rejuvenation as well as hair restoration.
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy for Cosmetic Rejuvenation
PRP for cosmetic rejuvenation begins with drawing a blood sample. Then, the sample is put inside a specialized centrifuge to transform it into PRP. It’s then injected or microneedled into the skin for best absorption. Afterward, you can return home.
For best results, we often recommend a package of regular treatments to fully address your concern areas. These are usually spaced a few weeks apart. Once your initial package of treatments is complete, we recommend you return for regular maintenance treatments to continually boost collagen production and prevent age-related collagen loss. Overall, the result is a more youthful, rejuvenated look after PRP for cosmetic rejuvenation.
Schedule a Consultation to Learn More
PRP is one of the most versatile and effective therapies used in the cosmetic industry. During a consultation with Dr. Mercado and our team, we can create a customized treatment plan and help you achieve your best skin yet. To get started, contact Eterna MD at our Lake Mary office by calling 407-664-1073 or filling out our online form.