PRP Injections for the Face
|Addresses||Signs of face and neck ageing (Such as wrinkles and lines) and ageing hands|
Platelet Rich Plasma involves the injection of a patient’s own plasma and growth factors in to targeted areas by a cosmetic specialist. The small injections of PRP can significantly improve the appearance of skin by regenerating collagen production, which can assist in adding volume, improving fine lines, scar improvement.
Is this right for me?
If you feel that your skin or hair is lacking radiance and the signs of ageing are beginning to take its toll, you may find that your appearance can be refreshed with this simple, convenient treatment. You may be unsure about more complex treatments and perhaps you don’t yet feel ready for anti wrinkle injections or dermal fillers in which case PRP is the right treatment for you.
What the procedure involves
PRP is selectively and carefully delivered in to specific areas with a series of injections. Before the treatment you will be assessed to see if PRP is the right treatment for you. Your specialist will then be able to talk you through he procedure and inform you of what the treatment can achieve. You can immediately return to your normal daily routine although strenuous activity
and alcohol consumption should be avoided for 24 hours post procedure.
PRP Injections at Bella Vou
PRP treatment is proven to be extremely useful in addressing the concerns bought about by the ageing process which can lead to changes in skin texture, firmness, radiance, volume, flexibility and wrinkle formation. PRP can also address the dark areas under the eyes.
What do PRP Injections Involve?
PRP is an autologous procedure that involves using the patients own blood to extract plasma and growth factor which is then injected in to the target areas.
The PRP stimulates and accelerates skin regeneration and collagen production by the injections of growth factors. PRP injections can also be used in conjunction with dermal fillers if additional volume is required.
PRP is selectively and carefully delivered in to specific areas with a series of injections. Before the treatment you will be assessed by one of our experienced medical professionals to see if PRP injections are the right treatment for you. Your specialist will then be able to talk you through he procedure and inform you of what the treatment can achieve.
Can anyone have PRP Injections?
You should refrain from having PRP treatment if you have skin conditions including facial cancer, systemic cancer, chemotherapy, steroid therapy, dermalogical diseases affecting the face and hair, blood and platelet abnormalities.
Please ensure you tell your cosmetic specialist if you are taking any anticoagulation therapy including Aspirin and Warfarin. It is also important to inform us if you are taking any herbal medication that may have a thinning effect on the blood.
What are the benefits of PRP injections for the face?
- Minimal Risk
- Quick, easy and convenient in comparison to other facial rejuvenation treatments
- Immediate recovery
- Natural looking results
How long does it take to recover from PRP Injections?
You can immediately return to your normal daily routine although strenuous activity and alcohol consumption should be avoided for 24 hours post procedure. The results of PRP can usually be seen between 1-2 weeks post treatment and depending on what area is being targeted will depend on when a repeat treatment is recommended although every 6 months is the usual regime.
PRP Injections for the Face Pricing
At Bella Vou we provide various payment options meaning you can spread the cost and enjoy a confident, younger looking you at a price you can afford.
Prices start from £600.
Each 30 minute private consultation with one of our pioneering surgeons will leave you fully informed about your procedure or treatment and what results you can expect, along with understanding your expected recovery time and any possible complications.
Your surgeon will review your full medical history and carry out an examination to evaluate your suitability for the procedure, as well as help you set realistic expectations of the likely outcome.
Please remember that the specialist's consultation fee of £150, payable at the time of booking, will be offset against any future treatment you may have.
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