Do You Want To See PRP Facelift Before And After Photos?
Here’s a side-by-side comparison of a PRP facelift before and after one of our patients. We can help you achieve the same results. But before that, first, it’s important to understand what a PRP facelift procedure is.
A PRP facelift is also called PRP facial rejuvenation. In some cases, it is known as vampire facelift PRP. It’s not as gruesome as it sounds. On the contrary, it is a safe and natural therapy that produces amazing results. Unlike cosmetic surgery, it is not nearly as invasive and not as expensive. You also don’t need weeks to recover so you can quickly get back to your routine.
What Happens In A PRP Facelift Procedure?
Growth factors from your own blood platelets are used to create a powerful serum. This serum is applied to the skin via microneedling. Microneedling is a common dermatological technique. It can help manage various skin issues including wrinkles, scars and skin pigmentation.
PRP Stands For Platelet Rich Plasma.
You might be wondering; how do you get this? It is, in fact, a straightforward process. On your first treatment visit, we draw a small amount of blood. We take this blood and spin it on the centrifuge. The intent is to separate the red blood cells, white blood cells and the plasma.
The plasma then goes through another spin to separate and concentrate the platelets. The result is PRP which has five to 10 times more growth factors than whole blood. Aside from skin rejuvenation, it is also a potent healing solution. It is ideal for areas with low blood flow or degenerative spaces.
When used with PRP therapy, microneedling can help boost collagen production. As a result, your skin looks and feels rejuvenated. You get that youthful glow that everyone wants. After four to six weeks of treatment, you will notice a visible decrease in fine lines, wrinkles, and scars.
A PRP facelift is a type of regenerative aesthetic therapy. Like regenerative medicine, it harnesses our body’s innate immune and healing response. You may have also heard of stem cell therapy. It is also a powerful therapy that harnesses stem cells. Stem cells can promote rejuvenation, repair, and rejuvenation.
Rejuvenating Aesthetic Therapy Is A Viable Alternative To Surgery.
This especially applies to those who are not fit to go under the knife. This may be due to pre-existing health conditions or age limitations.
With this type of therapy, the risk of complications is significantly lower than in surgery. The level of discomfort is also nowhere near as intense.
How Long Does A PRP Facelift Last?
A PRP facelift produces long-term results. It can last up to six months. But it will depend on your unique situation and medical history.
Your post-procedure regimen will also have an impact on the results. As in any procedure, it is crucial to follow the prescribed aftercare regimen to avoid complications.
Our PRP facelift before and after photos to help you see the difference. Contact us now for a free consultation.
About the Author
Dr. Steven Sorr is the founder and chief medical officer at Source of Health in Scottsdale, AZ and has been in clinical practice using regenerative medicine since 2013. He received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from SCNM and is a licensed healthcare provider in Arizona.
Dr. Sorr brings a huge passion for life and a diverse educational background of food, yoga, and medicine to the Source of Health. His goal is to revolutionize the standard of care mindset by making significant strides in evidence-based therapies that are drug and surgery-free to restore high-level health for all.