Common Reasons for PRF treatment
- ✓ Hair loss
- ✓ Volume loss
- ✓ Symmetry adjustment
- ✓ Acne scarring
- ✓ Fine lines
- ✓ Wrinkles
- ✓ Under eye hollowing
- ✓ Dark circles under eyes
Fibrin is a response to an injury anywhere in the body. Platelets circulating in the blood will bind to a scaffold of fibrin. When platelets bind to the fibrin scafold growth factors are released. this starts the wound healing process by creating new skin cells, collagen and blood vessels. By injecting PRF into an area on the face or scalp, a controlled inflammatory response is created, which kick starts new cell growth, hair growth and collagen production.
Comfort varies from person to person. we use a local anesthetic to make the process as comfortable as possible for you.
PRP requires more blood to be taken than PRF. Thus, there are more healing factors within PRF than is typically seen in PRP. In addition, the lower spin speed causes less trauma to the individual cells of the blood, allowing more stem cells to remain in the final PRF product.
The vacutainer tubes are then placed in a centrifugal machine at 3000 revolutions per minute (rpm) for 10 minutes, and the middle fraction containing the fibrin clot is then collected 2 mm below lower dividing line, to obtain the PRF.
A typical procedure only takes about one hour.
It’s possible, however, we recommend you wait a couple hours before applying make up to allow the area to fully heal.
Visit Facial Artistry & Aesthetics to learn what we can do for you. Under the guidance of Master Injector, Dr. Kusman, we aim to provide appealing, natural looking results that bring out your true beauty.