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PRF (Plasma Rich Fibrin)

PRF injections are one of several non-invasive treatments that yield exceptional results. 

Platelet-Rich Fibrin or PRF is a technology that uses your own body’s natural and powerful healing proteins and concentrated growth factors to rejuvenate skin, treat hair loss, and speed up recovery. With a simple blood draw, a high concentration of natural growth factors in your blood can be collected and used for enhanced facial aesthetics.

PRF Treatment has become an integral part of the aesthetic industry due to its powerful components that can treat a wide range of skin issues like:

PRF Procedure Details

Procedure Time: PRF treatments involve drawing your own blood, spinning it in a device called a centrifuge to separate the desired components, and injecting the liquid back into the desired area, just under the skin. PRF can also be combined with treatments, such as RF microneedling to increase results and speed up healing times.

Recovery Time & Side Effects
Depending on the areas treated, swelling and bruising may occur following injection. These side effects typically last 3-5 days.

Results
PRF treatments are typically done in a series of 3 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Results will be apparent slowly over 3-6 months following treatment. Results are long lasting and 1-2 yearly maintenance treatments are typically recommended to maintain results.

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