Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

What does PRP Treat?

PRP is effective for many areas, and uses the body’s own platelet rich serum derived from your blood through a quick blood draw.  Reducing Fine lines and wrinkles, as well as volumizing areas on the face and cheeks are one of the core strengths of the PRP procedure now offered at Dr. Gorin Plastic Surgery and Medspa.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treats these conditions

  • Fine lines & wrinkles
  • Hair loss stemming from many conditions

PRP Treatments may also be preformed following Fraxel Laser Treatments or Micro-needling to enhance cosmetic results. Ask Dr. Gorin’s experienced MedSpa Staff for more details on these personalized treatment plans to best achieve your aesthetic goals.

How Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) works for treating the face

Our trained staff will take a sample of your blood from a simple blood draw, and through a lab process the platelet rich plasma is isolated and separated into a serum. Once prepared, this serum is injected, or applied on the area of interest on the body or face. This procedure is generally no more painful than other injectables or fillers and most patients will recover completely in just a few days to a week with results lasting several years.

How the PRP Platelet Rich Plasma procedure treats hair loss:

Similar to a regular blood test you would get in a primary physicians office, Our trained staff will take a blood sample and separate the plasma which has the highest accumulations of platelets. Once the sample is prepared, it’s injected into carefully calculated areas on the scalp and hairline that need the most hairgrowth stimulation.

While results may vary, usually improvement can be visible in the first several months after treatments occur. Going forward, follow up treatments may be preformed to maintain hair growth results.

PRP Treatment for hair growth can treat the following conditions

  • Alopecia (Androgenic)
  • Alopecia (Ariata)
  • Thinning hair in both Men and Women
  • Bald or patchy spots due to immune disfunction