F A Q ' S
PRP treatment involves using your own platelet-rich plasma to promote healing, tissue regeneration, and aesthetic improvements.
Yes, PRP is considered safe since it's derived from your own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or transmission of diseases.
Discomfort during PRP treatment is usually minimal. Local anesthetics can be used to numb the area for injections.
A typical PRP session lasts around 45 minutes to an hour, including preparation, processing, and the treatment itself.
The number of sessions varies depending on the treatment goal. Multiple sessions may be recommended for optimal results.
Results are gradual and vary, but improvements are often noticeable within a few weeks to a few months after the treatment.
PRP can be used for skin rejuvenation, hair restoration, scar treatment, and addressing various aesthetic concerns on the face and body.
Yes, PRP can be combined with treatments like microneedling or laser therapy to enhance their effectiveness.
PRP might not be suitable for individuals with certain medical conditions or those taking specific medications. Consultation with a medical professional is recommended to determine eligibility.