Platelet Rich Plasma in Houston, TX

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Platelet Rich Plasma in Houston, TX

Platelet-rich plasma (also known as PRP) involves us drawing your blood, then spinning it in a centrifuge to isolate the red blood cells from your plasma. PRP is the concentration of platelets rich in autologous proteins that release growth factors to stimulate healing and cell regeneration. PRP can be injected directly into the dermis, and when used after laser or microneedling treatments, can help to stimulate faster healing, shortening the recovery process. PRP is a natural approach to enhancing one’s appearance, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a more youthful look or fuller hair without synthetic fillers or surgeries.
 
The beauty of PRP lies in its ability to deliver noticeable results that evolve. Many patients observe initial improvements within weeks, with the full effect becoming apparent after several months. These results can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months, depending on individual factors and the area treated.

 

Benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma:

●     Promotes natural healing and cell regeneration
●     Uses the body’s resources, minimizing the risk of allergic reactions
●     Accelerates recovery when combined with other treatments
●     Stimulates skin rejuvenation for a fresher appearance
●     Encourages hair growth and reduces hair thinning
●     Enhances the results of other cosmetic procedures
●     Reduces the appearance of scars and wrinkles
●     Improves skin texture and tone
●     Offers a non-surgical approach to skin and hair rejuvenation
●     Provides long-lasting results with minimal downtime

TREATMENTS

Lip Filler

Lip Filler can be used for balance, hydration, augmentation, and symmetry correction. There are many different options when choosing lip fillers based on your specific goals for your lips. Restylane Kysse, Restylane Refyne, Juvederm® and RHA products are some of the hyaluronic acid filler options that are used for lip filler injections.Cannula lip filler is a very advanced technique, so not all injectors choose to use this tool for this area.

Neuromodulators

Neuromodulators like Botox® and Dysport are injectable medications that temporarily stop movement, which relaxes wrinkles in the face. It is most commonly used to treat wrinkles in the forehead, in between the eyes, and around the eyes for crow’s feet.Neuromodulators can be injected into muscles of the chin and to the corners of the mouth, as well as in the muscle of the neck that pulls against the jowls and causes widening of the neck.

Chin Filler

Chin Filler Can Be Used To Define And Sharpen The Anterior Jawline And To Enhance The Difference Between The Jawline And The Neck. Jawline Filler Is Usually Done In Combination With Chin Filler, But We Usually Choose To Treat The Chin Before Treating The Posterior Jawline. Juvederm® Voluma , Juvederm® Volux, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Defyne, And RHA Fillers Are Often Used In This Area. Multiple Syringes Of Hyaluronic Acid Filler Is Need

FAQ

Most individuals seeking skin rejuvenation or hair growth stimulation are good candidates for PRP. However, a consultation with a specialist is recommended to determine individual suitability.
Results can vary, but many patients start to see improvements within a few weeks of the treatment. The full effects are typically visible after a few months.
The longevity of PRP results can vary based on individual factors, but many patients experience benefits for 12 to 18 months. Maintenance treatments can extend the duration of the results.
PRP has minimal downtime, with most patients returning to regular activities shortly after treatment. Common side effects may include mild swelling, bruising, or redness around the injection site, which typically resolve within a few days.
Before the treatment, avoiding excessive sun exposure and certain medications that can increase bleeding is advisable. After the treatment, patients should avoid strenuous activities for at least 24 hours and follow any post-care instructions provided by their specialist.
A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient during the PRP treatment. Plasma is then extracted from the blood using a centrifuge. The PRP is then injected into the targeted areas. The procedure is relatively quick, and any discomfort is typically minimal.

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