PRP Injection (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP injection) is also called Autologous Cellular Regeneration (ACR).

It is a completely natural approach to skin rejuvenation using your body’s own cells – a type of stem cell therapy specifically for your skin.

Imagine regenerating your skin with your own body’s chemistry and cells – no drugs, no artificial products. This is Platlet-rich Plasma.
PRP injections can be used on areas of your face and body where the skin is thinning or sagging, where there are age spots, wrinkling, or thin, empty tissue.

A quantity of your own blood is collected and passed through a special process. This separates plasma containing a high concentration of blood platelets that are particularly rich in their ability to heal and restore. The plasma is then injected into the areas to be treated.

Because a PRP injection is regeneration using your own cells, it is an excellent therapy to use as a component of increasingly popular Combination Therapy. In this way, it can strengthen the results of other anti-ageing treatments such as line and wrinkle relaxing injections and restoration of facial volume.

RN Molly Brown

Dip Nursing, B Nursing QUT | Affiliate Nurse Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery Cosmetic Nurse Injector | Practice Nurse Manager

Which facial and body areas can be treated with a PRP injection

The process is usually repeated within 4-6 weeks, and then repeated once a year for maintenance.

Information about PRP injection (Platelet Rich Plasma)

The Procedure
For the separation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a dedicated kit is used. The use of a specific filter and a centrifuge achieves a high platelet recovery rate of 97% or more and allows preparation of plasma with a high concentration of growth factor inducing platelets.

Expectations & FAQs

Results are visible at 3 weeks and improve gradually over ensuing months with improvement in texture and tone.

Cosmeceuticals (biologically active skin care) and Light therapies can enhance the results.

Advanced wrinkling cannot be reversed and a minimal improvement is predictable in persons with drug, alcohol and tobacco usage. Severe scarring may not respond.

When is it not advised

Conditions where prp is contra-indicated or not advised as suitable

  • SMOKERS, Drug and Alcohol Users
  • Platelet Dysfunction Syndrome
  • Critical Thrombocytopenia
  • Hypofibrinogenaemia
  • Haemodynamic Instability

Possible risks & complications

Side effects
Some mild bruising may occur. These signs may take 2-3 days to vanish. The corners of the mouth tend to bruise a little more. Transient redness, swelling, itching or discomfort may occur. In the case of a lip augmentation, the swelling can be considerable for a few days.

Occasionally some patients may notice some discoloration at the injection site. Typically, resolution is spontaneous, within one or two days of injection into the skin, and within a week after lip augmentation.

Platelet Rich Plasma

From $400

We offer an honest, client-focused costing system. If you would like to discuss your individual needs please call our clinic on 07 3391 5710. You will be provided with an accurate quote during your consultation, so you can be assured that you will be receiving a treatment specifically tailored to your individual needs.

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