Have you ever wondered if there was a way to rejuvenate your skin using all-natural materials harvested from your very own body? If you are looking to rejuvenate your skin using your body’s nutrient rich cells, consider PRP Therapy at Anh Vu, M.D. We offer PRP Therapy and other MedSpa treatments to residents of Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Palm Coast, and St. Augustine.
What is PRP Therapy?
Platelet-rich plasma therapy, or PRP therapy, is a process in which blood is harvested from the body and put through a centrifuge machine to remove the platelet-rich plasma (PRP). The PRP is then injected back into the treatment areas to help rejuvenate the skin and boost the body’s natural healing process. PRP therapy has been proven to plump the skin, aid in the body’s natural production of collagen and restore hair follicles in patients who have lost volume in the skin or have thinning hair due to aging.
How Much Does PRP Therapy Cost in St. Augustine, FL?
The cost of your PRP therapy treatment will vary depending on the type of treatment and size of the treatment area. During your consultation, Dr. Vu will listen to your concerns, desired results and create a customized treatment plan to reach this goal. We accept many forms of payment including financing options.
What Are The Benefits of PRP Therapy?
There are many benefits to PRP therapy treatments at Anh Vu, M.D., including:
- Minimally invasive procedure
- Uses the body’s own rich nutrients
- Aids in collagen reproduction
- Aids in cell regeneration
- Aids in hair growth
How Does PRP Therapy Affect Laser Skin Resurfacing?
Laser skin resurfacing uses light energy to remove the outermost layers of skin to reveal the healthy, bright skin underneath. At Anh Vu, M.D., we use the Cynosure® ICON laser, one of the most advanced and powerful lasers on the market. This procedure helps reduce fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and scarring on the face, head, and chest. PRP therapy complements the benefits of laser skin resurfacing, including the regeneration of new skin cells and collagen in the skin. Think of PRP therapy as a supplement and booster to speed up the healing time of your laser skin resurfacing treatments and achieve your desired outcome faster.
How Does PRP Therapy Affect Microneedling?
Microneedling is a non-surgical treatment in which a device with multiple, very small needles is pressed into the skin to create small punctures called microchannels. PRP is placed on the treatment area and lines the walls of the microchannels making it easier for the skin to absorb the product and trigger the body’s natural healing process. Dr. Vu uses SkinPen® Microneedling technology, the only handheld FDA
approved, microneedling pen device on the market. PRP therapy complements your microneedling procedures by helping boost the body’s natural production of collagen and skin cell regeneration.
How Does PRP Therapy Affect NeoLight LED Light Therapy For Hair Loss?
NeoLight LED light therapy treatments for hair loss are non-invasive, painless treatments that deliver light energy to cells and tissue deep in our skin. This light therapy uses red, and infrared light wavelengths to accelerate cell recovery, treat acne, regrow hair and create overall healthy skin. Because PRP helps support the growth and regeneration of cells, using PRP to supplement your NeoLight LED light therapy boosts the reproduction needed for healthy hair follicles. Think of your hair as a plant going through photosynthesis – your follicle is the seed, the NeoLight is the sun and the PRP is the fertilizer.
PRP therapy is a cutting edge treatment that can help rejuvenate and restore healthy skin and hair. Dr. Anh Vu and his aestheticians are highly skilled and offer PRP therapy to improve the hair and skin of men and women in the Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palm Coast, and Daytona Beach areas. Contact us