WHAT IS PRP/PRF INJECTIONS?
A treatment that encourages the development of new collagen in your own body, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy) includes drawing blood from you and separating the plasma and platelet components. 100% of the substance injected is your own blood by-products.
When used as an under-eye filler, PRF is a completely natural solution to enhance skin firmness, texture, and thickness while enhancing under-eye pigmentation and tone. Platelet Rich Fibrin is the second generation to Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and involves the use of your body’s own platelets.
After the injection, you might feel under-eye fullness for three to five days, and possibly the skin can sometimes turn yellow until the PRF dissipates.
Initial PRF injection under eyes results typically take 4–8 weeks to show, and results continue to improve for 3–6 months after injection. Most outcomes will last approximately 1.5 years after last injection.
For two to four weeks before treatment, refrain from using any NSAIDs. These drugs may interact with the PRF platelet coagulation mechanism, decreasing the efficacy of the therapy. Drink plenty of water. To get enough high-quality PRF during your therapy and achieve greater results, you must stay hydrated. Before your appointment, you should consume at least 64 ounces of water throughout the day. Make sure to moisturize on the day of your visit and moisturize the injection site beforehand. For at least seven days before your therapy, abstain from alcohol. To prevent any potential excess skin redness or irritation, wait three days before your treatment and three days after it to use any topical retinol and/or exfoliating acid products.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) are the most natural way to rejuvenate the skin. This process, which uses plasma from your own blood, uses new cell growth stimulation and tissue mending to rejuvenate the face and restore youth and a healthy glow.
For the first few hours after PRP/PRF facial therapy, patients are advised to avoid washing the face or getting the skin wet or sweaty, and avoid applying anything directly to the skin unless directed to do so.
In general, PRF injections in the face require a series of sessions spaced 6–8 weeks apart. Long-term advantages include improved skin quality, increased collagen formation, and tighter skin may take up to 3–4 months to become apparent and remain for 6–12 months. The initial volume increase will last 1-3 weeks.
Avoid taking any NSAIDs for two to four weeks before to the treatment. These medications may interfere with the PRF platelet coagulation process, reducing the effectivity. Take in a lot of water. You must maintain hydration throughout your therapy in order to receive enough high-quality PRF and gain better results. You should drink at least 64 ounces of water each day leading up to your consultation. On the day of your appointment, make sure to moisturize, and do the same at the injection site. Avoid drinking for at least seven days before to therapy. Wait three days before your treatment and three days after it to use any topical retinol and/or exfoliating acid products to avoid any potential excess skin redness or irritation.
There are many different injuries and illnesses that can be treated using platelet rich plasma (PRP) and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) therapy, including joint injuries and arthritis-related joint discomfort. After the injection, the platelets begin to break down and release their incredible growth compounds. These, in turn, help to trigger the body’s natural healing process, which can result in a rebuilding of tissue.
After your session, it’s recommend that all patients rest on the day of their procedure. For the next 2 days, limited use of the injection area is advised, but movement is encouraged. This helps the joint recover as the injection is absorbed by the area’s surrounding tissues.
Treatment can last anywhere from six and nine months, during which time the soft tissue injury will continue to heal.
Avoid using anti-inflammatory drugs at least five days prior to your procedure. Discontinue any blood-thinning herbs or supplements a week before your procedure. Avoid using systemic steroids one to two weeks before to the procedure. And avoid using steroid injections at least one month before your procedure.
PRP ED TREATMENT
This treatment involves taking platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from the blood and injecting it into the penis. Patients’ own cells and tissues are taken and injected into the penile tissues to promote tissue growth and purportedly give better erections.
Recovery occurs rapidly. The same day or the following, you should be able to return to your regular activities, such as work or school. You may experience a few minor adverse effects from the injection, such as swelling, redness, and bruising, which should go away in four to six days. For a few days following the procedure, refrain from having sexual activity to prevent contaminating the injection sites. For a few days, try to avoid engaging in strenuous physical activity to prevent irritation from sweating or chafing.
Every person’s symptoms and response to treatment are different. Most patients can expect their PRP for Male E.D. and Peyronie’s Disease results to last for an average of 1 – 2 years.
You don’t need to do anything specific to prepare for this procedure. But you may want to get a physical or a full set of laboratory blood tests to check your overall health if you haven’t already done so in the past year. Making sure you have healthy blood, plasma, and platelets is important.