Plasma Rich Protein (PRP) is a revolutionary treatment that has shown remarkable results in regenerative medicine applications, specifically in dental surgery and aesthetics. By harnessing the body’s natural healing process, PRP has allowed doctors to provide faster and more effective outcomes for their patients.
There are a variety of injectables used in esthetics, including Botox, dermal fillers, and Kybella. Botox is used to relax muscles that cause wrinkles, while dermal fillers add volume and provide youthful fullness. Kybella targets fat under the chin to give you a more contoured jawline.
PRP is used to promote tissue repair and bone growth after surgery, reducing inflammation and pain.
PRP can be injected into periodontal pockets to promote tissue regeneration and reduce infections.
PRP is used to promote faster recovery after procedures like jaw reconstruction, sinus lifts and cleft palate repair.
PRP promotes faster tissue repair and bone growth, leading to shorter recovery times and lower risk of complications.
PRP has antimicrobial properties that can reduce the risk of post-operative surgical site infections (SSI).
PRP injections can alleviate pain and swelling after surgery by reducing inflammation and promoting faster healing.
Vampire facials and injectables are a popular cosmetic treatment designed to rejuvenate the skin by using PRP extracted from the patient’s own blood. The PRP is injected into the face or applied topically to encourage collagen production, leading to more youthful and radiant skin.
In vampire facials, PRP is extracted from the patient’s own blood and then combined with a topical serum.
In injectables, PRP is injected directly into the face using a small needle. This stimulates the production of collagen and elastin.
Since PRP is extracted from the patient’s own blood, it offers a natural and more youthful appearance.
PRP offers a less invasive alternative to conventional cosmetic treatments.
PRP treatments have little downtime, allowing patients to return to their daily activities.
PRP is a versatile treatment that has a wide range of applications, including dentistry and aesthetics. The regenerative properties of PRP have shown impressive results in promoting healing, reducing inflammation, and improving the appearance of skin for faster recovery times and more natural-looking outcomes.
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