As we age our skin and faces tell a story of our years and travels; a story written in sun spots, lines, enlarged pores, wrinkles, skin deterioration and volume loss! If you are like most you would agree this is a story better left untold. Fortunately, thanks to scientific advancements by combining Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy and C02 fractional laser treatments you can turn back the hands of time and look 5-10 years younger.

The initial phase of the procedure involves a relatively simple consultation and evaluation to map out all of the problem areas that need to be addressed. A treatment plan is then designed to correct these troublesome areas safely and effectively. Once the procedure begins a small vile of blood is drawn and then placed into a centrifuge. This process separates the red blood cells from the plasma which contains the platelets. The platelet rich serum is then drawn into a syringe and preserved for treatment.

The next phase is C02 fraxel skin resurfacing which will target the skin at various depths to address imperfections ranging from superficial to sub-ablative. The laser actually removes 20 percent of the skin’s surface activating a healing process to stimulate collagen production. The C02 laser actually emits tiny beams of light creating tiny holes in the skin. The plasma serum is then applied topically to the surface of the skin. The result is an almost immediate anti-inflammatory reaction that is soothing to the skin. This serum is rich in the body’s own stem cells making it the best option for regeneration.

The remaining plasma serum is then strategically injected into the face targeting areas requiring revolumization such as under the eyes, cheeks, betweens the brows, smile lines and chin. The results are astounding yielding complete rejuvenation with improvement to the cheeks, under eyes, and pores. The procedure is also effective at tightening loose sagging skin and wrinkles; results that typically require a surgical procedure such as a face or neck lift to attain.

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