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PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation

PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation

PRP has long been known as an effective treatment in various surgical and medical fields. Face and neck revitalization with PRP is an application that is rapidly gaining popularity. It is not a volumetric filler, but a biological cell therapy with a patient’s cells and a popular, relatively painless injectable treatment for the aging face in cosmetic practices. Aging of human skin results from a combination of a gradual decline in function over time (intrinsic aging) and cumulative damage caused by environmental factors (extrinsic aging), which include smoking, exposure to chemicals, and notably, ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation. In skin, which is continually exposed to UVB, collagen degeneration and altered deposition of elastic tissue result in the impairment of the structural integrity of the dermal layers causing the skin to wrinkle. The skin’s resilience is also reduced. 

We treat:

Areas of reduced volume such as the temples, nasolabial folds, and angles of the mouth and lips.

Areas with deep wrinkles such as the forehead, cheeks, and areas around the mouth and chin.

Wrinkles of the neck, décolleté, and hands.


Loss of facial volume around temples, nose, cheeks, mouth, neck, and hands. Skin scars, fine and deep wrinkles. Photo (sun) damaged skin and hyperpigmentation

PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation



PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation

Eyes, Forehead, Temples

PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation

Lips and Jawline


PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation



  • The benefit of the procedure starts with the quality of the PRP. The higher the concentration of PRP the better the results. Our process isolates the highest amount of PRP available on the market through a special double-spin process.
  • The face is expertly numbed with a special numbing cream that renders the procedure essentially painless.
  • A specially designed blunt tip cannula instead of a needle is used for injection of the PRP. This virtually eliminates injection-related pain and bruising.

PRP Medical Skin Rejuvenation


  • Blood is drawn from the individual undergoing treatment at the time of the visit.
  • The sample is then placed into a special container and spun in a centrifuge that separates the blood into three layers, platelet-poor plasma, PRP, and red blood cells. The red blood cells are discarded.
  • PRP can then be injected into affected areas of the face, neck, and hands.
  • Prior to the injection, the skin is numbed by a 30-minute application of a special numbing cream that renders this procedure essentially painless.
  • Platelet-poor plasma is then applied to the skin to provide essential oils and nutrients that are found in this blood component.
  • This procedure can be combined with other procedures such as micro-needling, microderm abrasion, laser, and chemical peels.
  • Prescription of these procedures is provided by Dr. Kaplan as part of a consultation and depends on the complexity of the skin condition and the extensiveness of skin damage.


  • Small amounts of PRP are introduced into the skin through a blunt cannula.
  • Improvement in skin quality can be seen in as little as two weeks.
  • Some burning during the procedure may be experienced in the more sensitive areas of the face and neck.
  • Some bruising may occur immediately and several days after the procedure. This depends on the quality of the skin and the history of taking blood-thinning medications and supplements.