PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an innovative procedure that harnesses the natural healing properties in your own blood to refine, revitalize, and rejuvenate your skin. Dr. Alexis Hanson, DNP, FNP-C and the skilled aesthetic team at Dr. Alexis Integrative Health performs PRP treatments that offer outstanding results and leave your skin looking smooth, firm, and glowing with youthful radiance. For revitalizing, anti-aging, effective PRP skin treatments, schedule a consultation by calling the office in Tucson, Arizona at 520-965-3685, or booking an appointment online today.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Q & A
What is PRP?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is made by drawing a small amount of your blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to isolate platelets into a concentrated serum. Platelets contain growth factors that stimulate cellular regeneration, promoting collagen and elastin growth.
How is PRP used in skin treatments?
The skilled team at Dr. Alexis Aesthetics uses PRP in both the PRP Facial & PRP Facelift.
A PRP facial involves Microneedling, a treatment in which tiny needles are used to stimulate your natural healing response producing collagen and elastin, and can also involve PRP injections. When PRP is applied during your microneedling procedure, stem cells become activated, stimulating cellular regeneration to create stunning results, making your skin look dramatically younger.
This procedure combines PRP therapy with dermal fillers such as Juvedérm and Restylane and other injections like Botox or Dysport to repair and rebuild tissue while adding volume and reducing wrinkles. When your skin fully heals, it looks smoother, firmer, and brighter, for an effect of timeless beauty.
Which conditions can a PRP treatment address?
PRP enhances collagen and elastin production, promotes cell turnover, and boosts your circulation. Some of the conditions improved with PRP therapy include:
Wrinkles and fine lines
Dark spots and hyperpigmentation
Rosacea & acne
A PRP treatment can also help balance uneven skin tone, improve skin texture, and add volume to many skin areas, including the face, neck, chest or décolleté, and hands.
PRP treatments can also improve stretch marks on many areas of the body.
How many treatments will I need?
Just one PRP facial reduces signs of aging, and visibly improves your skin’s appearance. A series of three PRP facials is recommended for optimal results. Following your treatment, full results may take 2-4 weeks to become visible.
A PRP Facelift offers impressive, long-lasting results in a single treatment. The results of your PRP Facelift last up to a year or longer.
Are PRP treatments safe?
The highly trained and experienced team at Dr. Alexis Integrative Health uses sterile, FDA-approved equipment to draw your blood and process it into PRP. Microneedling and injection treatments of PRP are cleared for cosmetic use by the FDA.
While there is a slight risk of infection and other complications, PRP skin treatments are typically safe when performed by a licensed provider like those at Dr. Alexis Integrative Health.
What does PRP cost?
At Dr. Alexis Integrative Health we are focused on getting you the results you deserve. Dr. Alexis has the expertise and knowledge to help you reach your treatment goals. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment begins at $875 per treatment for the face, and then ranges in price dependent upon if you add more treatment areas, including the neck or chest areas. Other body areas can be benefit from PRP treatments as well, achieving excellent results.
You can enjoy dramatic skin rejuvenation, giving you beautiful results, with Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. Schedule your Appointment or Complimentary Consultation by calling Dr. Alexis Integrative Health today at 520-965-3685, or request an appointment easily through our Appointments tab.
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