Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

FAQ

FAQ

The natural biological stimulation of resident stem cells by growth factors resulting in cell & tissue regeneration & anti-ageing.

Any bodily areas such as the Periorbital (around the eyes), Face, Lips, Neck, Décolletage, Hands, Elbows, Upper Arms, Knees, Abdomen can be treated with Platelet Rich Plasma.

MD Cosmedical Solutions also uses advanced techniques to utilize PRP for Hair Loss Regeneration and in the treatment of Osteoarthritis & Sports Injuries.

Patients that are not suitable for PRP are as follows:

Patients with severe skin disease, cancer, chemotherapy, severe metabolic & systemic disorders, and abnormal platelet function (i.e. blood disorders). Also anti-coagulation therapy and underlying sepsis, HIV, some autoimmune disease excludes the use of PRP.  A medical consultation is required to see if you are suited for a PRP Procedure.

The best candidates for PRP are:
Patients up to the age of 70, that are generally healthy and are non smokers respond best to PRP. Generally the younger the patient, the better the response.
Minimal - Expect some swelling, bruising and redness for 12-24 hours. Some clients experience a mild headache for several hours.
 
Modest - Some patients may feel faint. A bruise at the venipuncture site may be visible for 2-3 days.