What is Platelet Rich Plasma?
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is concentrated platelets and growth factors that stimulate healing and reconstruction of injured tissues, muscles, tendons or ligaments. PRP is resultant from your own body and is 100% natural. because of the marvelous results, these injections are a progressively popular alternative to surgery. PRP is an effective and safe nonsurgical therapy to treat many forms of acute and chronic pain.
- Back and neck pain
- Tennis and golfer’s elbow
- Arthritis of the joints
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Foot and ankle pain
- Ligament, cartilage, & tendon injuries
PRP Face Lift
Vampire face lift is a method to enhance your skin potential for rejuvenation by injecting your blood plasma which is rich in platelets and growth factors(PRP) into the skin. There are three steps in vampire face lift procedure.
- Creating a Beautiful & Natural Shape by injecting fillers.
- Isolating & Activating the Magic(Platelet-rich plasma) from Your Blood.
- Injecting the Magic into Your Face.
- Facial wrinkles.
- Facial volume correction such as the thinning of the dermis (volume loss) seen with weight loss.
- Improve the texture of the skin and rejuvenate the complexion by using the combination of Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) and dermal fillers.
- Evening the skin tone and make brighter. As we age we develop dull, greying skin because of reduced blood circulation in the face. The Vampire Face lift helps restore healthy natural looking glowing skin.
- The loss of skin elasticity.
- The slow collapse of the facial structure and subsequent droopiness in the shape of the face.
How does it work?
A small sample of your blood is drawn into a vile. Then the vile goes to the centrifuged at high speeds to separate the platelets and growth factors. there is no risk of a transmissible infection sine your own blood is used. Also, risk of allergic reactions is low.
What to expect?
PRP is a safe, non-surgical and natural procedure that accelerates healing process and treats chronic and acute pain. While recovery can vary, patients generally begin to see improvement in pain and mobility within 4 to 6 weeks. Improvement will continue for up to 12 months.