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What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy utilizes an injection of an individual’s own platelets to accelerating healing, promote collagen production, stimulate tissue regeneration, and encourage growth of healthier skin and hair. A combination of in-office injections along with skin resurfacing and tightening treatments are implemented for best results with no downtime, incisions, or scarring.

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How is PRP Therapy Performed? 

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a treatment method that utilizes the natural components of your own body to improve the health, quality, and radiance of the skin and hair. This in-office procedure is a multi-step process requiring a simple blood draw followed by centrifugation for platelet concentration. The platelets are then infused to allow for complete absorption of healing and regenerative growth factors. Regenerative treatments include:

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Why Choose Givens Facial Plastic Surgery for PRP Treatment in Austin?

Dr. Victoria Givens is board-certified and the owner of Givens Facial Plastic Surgery in Austin, Texas. We specialize exclusively in both surgical and non-surgical treatment of the face and neck. Our one-of-a-kind boutique experience is ideal for discerning clientele from around the globe who desire access to the best aesthetic treatments available, personalized consultations, customized accommodations, and extended support before, during, and after procedures.

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PRP Frequently Asked Questions

What does Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) do?

PRP therapy is a treatment method that utilizes the natural components of your own body to improve the health, quality, and radiance of the skin and hair.

Does PRP work permanently?

PRP is not a permanent solution to all forms of hair loss and does not stop the aging process. A series of treatments is required followed by regular maintenance appointments for long-lasting results.

What areas can be treated with PRP?

PRP therapy has been shown to improve hair loss and skin aging. In addition, adding PRP to skin resurfacing procedures dramatically speeds up the healing process.

Which is better—PRP or Exosomes?

In our opinion, exosomes win by a landslide. PRP treatments require dedication with regular blood draws and injections every 3 months. In addition, a medical history that indicates deficiency or ineffectiveness of one’s own platelets may deter recommendation of PRP treatments for optimal results.

Is PRP Therapy safe?

All cosmetic treatments have inherent associated risks including but not limited to injection site reaction, failure of treatment response, infection, and contamination of the product of choice.

What do PRP treatments cost in Austin, Texas?

The cost of treatment depends on the amount of PRP needed to achieve your results. A consultation is required to determine the best treatment plan and pricing for your needs.

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