You’re in luck! PRP is here at CNY Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery! Have you heard of it? PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma, a super concentrated portion of your blood that is bursting with healing properties and growth factors. PRP can trigger intense healing and revitalization anywhere you apply it, which is why we offer several types of PRP treatments, including PRP Facials, PRP Facelifts, and PRP Hair Restoration.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about PRP treatments:
What’s the difference between a PRP Facial and PRP Facelift?
The PRP Facial refers to a combination treatment of microneedling and the topical application of PRP, whereas the PRP Facelift involves injections of PRP into your skin. The PRP Facial with microneedling is ideal for smoothing textural irregularities, such as acne scars and stretch marks. The PRP Facelift is ideal for replenishing lost volume and boosting blood flow to reveal brighter, younger-looking skin.
Is PRP truly a natural alternative to dermal fillers or Botox®?
Yes! If you’re looking for an all-natural alternative to injectables, the PRP Facelift is a proven option. Both the PRP Facial and PRP Facelift provide all-natural skin rejuvenation using your body’s very own blood, which means there’s no risk of an allergic reaction with your treatment. Please keep in mind that we achieve superb rejuvenation benefits by combining PRP with other age-defying treatments, including dermal fillers, microneedling, laser skin rejuvenation, and more. We’ll help you devise the ideal PRP treatment for your unique needs.
How does PRP Hair Restoration work?
PRP can help you achieve a fuller, thicker head of your very own hair! With PRP Hair Restoration, we’ll inject PRP into your scalp or eyebrows. PRP reawakens dormant hair follicles and also helps to strengthen existing hair follicles, enabling your hair to grow in thicker and stronger. It takes several PRP treatments spanning the course of several months to notice improvements, so you’ll need patience to undergo PRP Hair Restoration. Hair growth is a slow process, but PRP can be well worth the wait!