Before we get started with any treatment, we will have a no-obligation consultation to pinpoint any issues and talk about your goals. This conversation will involve relevant medical and family history to ensure the treatment you are seeking is right for you.
We will then discuss your expected results and any associated risks with the procedure before moving forward.
We’ll start by cleansing your skin and numbing it with a topical anesthetic. The anesthetic will need around 30 minutes to take effect.
While your face is numbing, we’ll draw a vial of blood, usually from your arm, and transfer it into a WorldPRP tube. The tube then goes into a centrifuge, which separates a concentrated preparation from your blood’s other components.
We’ll then use an instrument called an InnoPen to create micro injuries in your skin. When we apply the PRP, these micro injuries act like channels for the PRP to sink into.
You’ll most likely have some redness and irritation immediately after the procedure. Most patients say they feel comfortable enough to continue with their day. Your provider will give you detailed care instructions during your initial appointment.
Depending on your treatment goals, you may need multiple appointments.