cPRP is used in surgery reshaping, reconstruction, lifting, augmentation or reduction it can improve recovery times and reduce the trauma.
Leading hair restoration professionals are finding cPRP an essential element needed to maximise the results of today’s advanced hair restoration techniques.
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Working with autologous biotherapies enhance your own bodies wound healing and tissue regeneration capabilities.
We use state-of-the-art technology and patented proprietary processes, working to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) pharmaceutical manufacturing standards, to produce a range of clinically safe and effective autologous biotherapies for a broad range of aesthetic conditions.
PRP rejuvenate are a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, scientists, pharmacists and healthcare professionals focused on the delivery of safe and effective autologous biotherapies for a range of clinical applications.
Platelet Rich Plasma, as a therapeutic technique has a 20 year plus history. As cPRP treatments have evolved, so has the technology behind the concentration of platelets and cellular content. At PRP rejuvenate we follow developments in the area very closely using the leading technologies available.
PRP has been used successfully in combination with fat grafts. Among other things it supports vascularisation and thus retention of fat grafts.
PRP stimulates the breakdown of light-damaged elements in the extracellular matrix and induces the synthesis of collagen, which improves dermal elasticity. It has also been shown that PRP stimulates the body’s own hyaluronic acid synthesis, which results in a volume effect and enhances skin turgor. Studies have proved the effectiveness of PRP for facial and neck treatments without noticeable side effects. PRP can also be used in combination with fractional laser therapy.
Clinical studies have shown that using PRP leads to an improvement in scarring / a reduction in severity (acne, traumatic scars).
cPRP induces upregulation of regulatory active cell cycle proteins. The antibacterial effect of cPRP has also been demonstrated. Studies have shown that cPRP accelerates new tissue formation effectively for various wounds.
PRP can be used together with fat grafts for reconstructions, such as breast reconstructions. PRP supports vascularisation and thus retention of fat grafts and leads to improved retention of breast volume.
Studies have shown that PRP reduces postoperative pain and swelling and improves wound healing. PRP also reduces the formation of seroma and associated postoperative punctures.
PRP stimulates the proliferation and differentiation of stem cells in hair follicles. Studies have shown a significant increase in hair diameter and hair density.
In both restorative and aesthetic surgery, the duration of inflammation and extended healing times can present problems for patients. When cPRP is used in surgery for reconstruction, reshaping, lifting, augmentation or reduction it can improve recovery times and reduce the trauma which patients often experience while waiting for post-operative stabilisation.
Recently, skin specialists have begun using cPRP therapy with clients wanting healthier and more youthful looking skin. Treatments with cPRP promotes collagen synthesis which benefits facial folds, laughter lines, acne scars, sun damage, wrinkles and crow’s feet. After cPRP therapy, clients have also reported improvement in skin texture, colour and tone. Because cPRP is autologous – extracted from the patient – there are no problems with allergic reactions or rejection.
Autologous Fat Transfer uses concentrated cPRP and autologous fat grafts, [AFG] these are two autologous biotherapies that are gaining popularity, either as stand-alone applications or increasingly used in combination to form ‘bio-active scaffolds’ for tissue regeneration across a wide range of aesthetic applications.
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