Platelet Rich Fibrin
PRF starts with a blood draw, and the concentration is prepared by separating the blood components in a centrifuge. A fibrin mesh forms and captures platelets separated from other blood components. When the platelet-rich fibrin mesh is immediately injected, growth factors are slowly released into the targeted area for 7 to 10 days. Platelet-rich fibrin is a biological approach to both aesthetic and medical situations. PRF injections improve skin tone, volume, and texture without the need for unnatural chemicals. PRF is popular for rejuvenating localized areas like the under eyes or the hollow areas of the face. PRF also elevates wound healing, bone regeneration, and hemostasis with its tissue-binding properties.
What are the Benefits of PRF?
PRF is the best option for people seeking long-term, natural rejuvenation or who have experienced side effects from fillers. Not only does it improve facial volume, but it also evens out skin tone. PRF is also successful in treating injuries by promoting bone and tissue regeneration. If you’ve recently had surgery, PRF is a powerful tool to speed up healing.
- PRF facial injections last longer than dermal fillers
- PRF restores facial volume, causing a youthful appearanc
- Eliminates dark circles under the eyes
- Doesn’t contain chemicals or any unnatural substance
- Promotes the production of new blood vessels at the site of a wound
- Diminishes scars
- Treats cartilage tears
PRF is ideal for adding volume to under-eye skin, one of the thinnest areas of skin on the body and the first to show signs of aging. Not only will it tighten loose skin around the eyes, but PRF also improves dark under-eye circles. PRF is also successful in restoring facial volumization. It returns the plump, young appearance by filling in the deflated areas, most popularly the hollows of the cheeks. PRF also corrects overall skin tone and fills in wrinkles beautifully.
PRF is used to treat injuries in the healing process. When injected directly into the area, the body creates new blood vessels, meshing torn tissues together. It also stimulates cell turnover, regenerating the bones, so it can be injected similarly to the hyaluronic acid shot in the joints. PRF can also be applied topically on wounded areas, helping to optimize the scarring process after surgery. Doing so also minimizes post-op pain.