PRP

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PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma and is a form of therapy in which injections of the patients own platelets are used to accelerate the skin’s healing process. As the platelets are taken from the patients own blood there is NO chance of having any allergic reaction to the treatment.

One of the ESHO Clinic medical specialists will draw a small amount of blood from the patients arm into a vial. This blood is then placed into a centrifuge machine to isolate and concentrate the platelets which will then be injected into the desired sight.

This treatment can be used anywhere on the face and body, but it is most popular when injected under the eye, through the hair line and into any scarring. PRP can also be inserted into the skin used a Dermapen micro-needling device. It can also even be placed in the Aqua Gold Fine Touch micro-fusion device.

PRP is typically used to treat the following:

Acne Scarring

Trauma or Surgical Scarring

It can also be used to help heal injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

An ESHO Clinic specialist will medically assess the area of concern in your consultation and suggest the amount of treatments required.

Once the patients blood has been taken and spun in the centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the PRP, it is then either injected into the skin or microneedled into the skin.

Technically PRP can be used to treat any part of the face or body.

Straight after having the PRP treatment the skin may be a little red and there is a slight risk of bruising and swelling if the PRP is injected into the skin. This will go down after 24 hours

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Once the patients blood has been taken and spun in the centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the PRP, it is then either injected into the skin or microneedled into the skin.

Technically PRP can be used to treat any part of the face or body.

Straight after having the PRP treatment the skin may be a little red and there is a slight risk of bruising and swelling if the PRP is injected into the skin. This will go down after 24 hours