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Facial Fat Grafting and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

  Fat grafting is the primary surgical technique to soft tissue augmentation of the face. The addition of fat cells has the potential to add retained volume while the presence of adipose-derived stem cells offers the opportunity for tissue regeneration. Such tissue regenerative effects may be able to be seen in the overlying skin with Read More…

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Injections for Eyebrows

  The shape of eyebrows in women has changed over the years. While eyebrows used to be desired to be thinner, the fuller eyebrow is more popular today. The first step to fuller eyebrows is to stop the tweezing and waxing which thins out the hair follicles and slows down their growth. Various serums or Read More…

The Use of PRP in Fat Grafting

  Injectable Fat-grafting, also known as lipofilling, has become a standard plastic surgery treatment in a wide variety of aesthetic and reconstructive needs of the face and body. Although technical improvements have increased the concentration of fat cells injected, the amount of fat graft survival is still unpredictable and far less than 100%. Various methods have Read More…

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections for Hair Loss

  Hair loss due to genetics in men and women is known as  androgenetic alopecia and is extremely common. A wide variety of methods have been used to treat this type of hair loss of which the pharmacologic treatments have been the most successful.  At the least they are the most documented by scientific scrutiny Read More…

Injectable Facial Rejuvenation with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

  PRP (platelet-rich plasma) has earned a role in a variety of facial rejuvenation procedures. One of its most well recognized uses due to social media and marketing is in the Vampire Facelift procedure. Its name is an obvious spinoff of the use of PRP which requires a blood draw to create the platelet concentrate. Read More…

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) – How Does It Work?

  Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections have come into vogue to treat a wide variety of medical conditions. It has also become popular in aesthetic surgery as part of the ever expanding number of non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment options. Since PRP is a blood extract it is perceived as a natural healing and rejuvenative therapy. Read More…

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) in Fat Grafting

  Fat grafting is one of the great innovations in plastic surgery of the past decade as a stand alone procedure or as a complement to many other plastic surgery procedures. As a natural graft material with usually good availability, it is an unrivaled aesthetic and reconstructive soft tissue reconstruction method. But despite its many Read More…

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy for Hair Regeneration

  Hair loss is incredibly common for both men and women. The use of non-surgical topical Minoxidil and oral Propecia as well as surgical hair tranplantation are well known and offer hair maintenance and hair restoration benefits to many. But between these two type of treatmets lies an intermediate hair therapy that has been historically Read More…

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Use In Facial Laser Resurfacing

  Laser resurfacing is a long-standing treatment that can have a profound rejuvenative effect on wrinkled and sun damaged facial skin. By burning off the top layer of skin and allowing it heal, a fresh skin surface is created with fewer surface imperfections.While effective, it is associated with a significant healing time, discomfort and  temporary Read More…

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