By combining Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) and additional stem cells to harvested fat to be grafted, a more effective and longer lasting fat transfer may be possible with the Venus Lift.
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a non-chemical, non-surgical way to enhance hair growth using your own body's powerful platelet-derived growth factors
The popular new facial rejuvenation procedure that uses a patient's own blood plasma as one of the ingredients is receiving international press and Hollywood starlight
With all the hoopla following the launch of the third episode of the popular Twilight Saga "Breaking Dawn - Part 2", we spoke with Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif about the Vampire FaceLift
Video showing a cosmetic surgeon performing the Vampire FaceLift
Combining a fractional CO2 laser treatment with PRP injections, this dual procedure could greatly improve the appearance of stretch marks from the inside out.
Using the patient's own blood to gather healing factors of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has many uses - navigating from pain management in sports injuries to non-surgical facial rejuvenation and improving healing for surgical procedures.
Looking pretty has never been easier - get long lasting facial rejuvenation with a combination of surgical and non-surgical options: facelifts, fat transfer and fractional resurfacing to turn back the clock.
Fat Autologous Muscle Injection (FAMI) Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Activated Fat Transfer: Two techniques to get a 95% fat cell survival rate in fat transfer
Facial rejuvenation takes a natural turn with the Selphyl system, which creates a Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix (PRFM) from the patients' own blood and then may be re-injected into the face to fill in wrinkles and restore volume.
In a new cosmetic procedure, a patient's blood is used to rejuvenate the skin in what's known as the Vampire Facelift.