Platelet Rich Plasma in Brookfield WI
WHAT IS MICRONEEDLING?
"Microneedling is a noninvasive procedure that uses small needles to create micro-injuries in the skin. The punctures from the needles stimulate our natural wound-healing process and encourage collagen and elastin production. This is what renews the skin and addresses signs of aging. Microneedling can also be used to treat problems like acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage.
So, what is microneedling with PRP? Microneedling procedures are enhanced by applying platelet-rich plasma into the treated tissue. This technology is used by patients who want to speed up the rejuvenation process. To accomplish microneedling with PRP, our professionals take a small sample of your blood and spin it in a centrifuge. This is what separates the plasma from the platelets."
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WHAT IS PLASMA-RICH PROTEIN (PRP) MICRONEEDLING IN BROOKFIELD?
Microneedling with PRP is a cosmetic treatment that stimulates collagen production by rolling fine needles over the skin and applying platelets, which are one of the components of blood. Contact our Brookfield WI chiropractic clinic today to learn more.
HOW IS PRP USED IN AESTHETICS?
PRP is a form of cosmetic injectable treatment that uses the client's own platelet-rich plasma. The plasma component contains stem cells and growth-rich platelets. When injected back into the skin, it accelerates the body's natural production of collagen and elastin to provide overall skin rejuvenation.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PRP?
PRP improves skin texture and tone and regenerates collagen which helps reduce wrinkles and lines, improve skin texture around the delicate eye area, tackle blemishes, improve scarring, and restore a healthy glow.
PRP FOR TENDONITIS
PRP has been used extensively to treat chronic and acute tendon injuries in athletes as well as non-athletes. After injection, the PRP growth factors begin "signaling" cells and chemicals involved in tissue repair, activating natural healing responses near the injection site.
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