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Harness the power of your body’s own regenerative capabilities with the Treatment with Injected PRP manufactured by Regen Labs. The latest breakthrough in skin rejuvenation, this treatment offers a natural solution to combat the signs of aging, reducing scars, wrinkles, and fine lines.

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APROVED

BEFORE TREATMENT

Instructions

  • Medications: Avoid anti-inflammatory medications for at least 48 hours post-treatment. These can interfere with the body’s healing response.
  • Cold Compress: To reduce swelling or discomfort, you can apply a cold compress to the treated area. However, always follow your provider’s advice on this, as some might advise against it to not interrupt the healing response.
  • Activity: Avoid vigorous exercise or heavy lifting for at least 48 hours after treatment, or as directed by your healthcare provider. 
  • Skin Care: Keep the treated area clean and dry for at least 48 hours. Avoid direct sun exposure, tanning beds, and heat (like saunas or hot tubs) for at least 2 weeks or as advised. Refrain from using makeup or topical products on the treated area for at least 24 hours.
  • Alcohol and Smoking: It’s recommended to avoid alcohol for at least 24 hours post-treatment. Continue to refrain from smoking to maximize the benefits of the treatment.
  • Hydration: Drink plenty of water post-treatment to support the body’s healing process.
  • Follow-up: Schedule and attend any recommended follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and address any concerns.
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POST TREATMENT

Instructions

  • Medications: Avoid anti-inflammatory medications for at least 48 hours post-treatment. These can interfere with the body’s healing response.
  • Cold Compress: To reduce swelling or discomfort, you can apply a cold compress to the treated area. However, always follow your provider’s advice on this, as some might advise against it to not interrupt the healing response.
  • Activity: Avoid vigorous exercise or heavy lifting for at least 48 hours after treatment, or as directed by your healthcare provider. 
  • Skin Care: Keep the treated area clean and dry for at least 48 hours. Avoid direct sun exposure, tanning beds, and heat (like saunas or hot tubs) for at least 2 weeks or as advised. Refrain from using makeup or topical products on the treated area for at least 24 hours.
  • Alcohol and Smoking: It’s recommended to avoid alcohol for at least 24 hours post-treatment. Continue to refrain from smoking to maximize the benefits of the treatment.
  • Hydration: Drink plenty of water post-treatment to support the body’s healing process.
  • Follow-up: Schedule and attend any recommended follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and address any concerns.
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Hair Quality & Restoration Treatment
Our Hair Quality and Restoration treatment is designed to rejuvenate the quantity and quality of hair for individuals experiencing various forms of hair loss. We target areas of balding, receding hairlines, and thinning hair, enhancing both fullness and vigor. This non-surgical, no-downtime procedure guarantees complete safety and combines a variety of effective methods. These include injected or microneedled PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), IV nutrient cocktails, specific prescriptions, and specialized home-care products. Through this comprehensive approach, we aim to restore your hair's density and health.

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PERFECT B AESTHETIC MEDICINE

PRP Treatment at Perfect B

Regen Labs is the gold standard in PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) treatments. By stimulating collagen production and enhancing skin tissue regeneration, our PRP injections ensure a youthful glow that resonates from within. No synthetic chemicals, no artificial fillers, just pure and natural beauty enhancement.

Safe, Proven, and Reliable

Trust in the science and innovation of Regen Labs. With a track record of safety and satisfaction, our PRP treatment is backed by years of research and countless success stories. Opt for a treatment that delivers visible, lasting results without the complications.

Duration of results

The longevity of the results from a treatment with injected PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) can vary depending on several factors such as the patient’s individual biology, the preparation of the PRP, the treatment area, and the specific condition being treated. In general:

  • Aesthetic Treatments: For cosmetic purposes, such as facial rejuvenation, PRP results can last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. The effects tend to diminish over time, and many individuals choose to have maintenance treatments every 6-12 months to optimize and prolong results.
  • Hair Restoration: When used for hair loss, the results of PRP treatment can last several months to a year. Regular maintenance sessions, often semi-annually or annually, are recommended to sustain the results.
  • Orthopedic Applications: For orthopedic conditions like joint and tendon pain, the results of PRP injections can last for several months to over a year. The longevity of relief depends on the severity of the condition and individual healing rates.
  • Chronic Wound Healing: PRP can accelerate the healing of chronic wounds, but the duration of the benefit largely depends on the type and severity of the wound.

It’s important to note that PRP doesn’t offer permanent results, as it harnesses the body’s natural healing processes. Results can be influenced by factors like the patient’s overall health, lifestyle, age, and the skill of the medical professional administering the treatment. 

Downtime

Downtime after a treatment with injected PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) varies depending on the area treated and the individual’s response to the treatment. Here’s a general breakdown:

  1. Aesthetic Treatments
    • Facial Rejuvenation: Most patients experience mild swelling, redness, and occasionally some bruising after PRP facial treatments. These side effects typically subside within 1-3 days. Most patients can return to their regular activities the next day, but may choose to avoid social events or work for a day or two if bruising or redness is prominent.
    • Under-eye Treatment: The delicate skin around the eyes may show more pronounced swelling or bruising. It might take up to a week for these effects to fully resolve.
  2. Hair Restoration: The scalp may show redness, slight swelling, and in rare cases, some bruising. These typically resolve within 24 to 48 hours. Patients can often return to their regular activities the following day, though they may be advised to avoid strenuous exercises for a couple of days.
  3. Orthopedic Applications: Downtime varies widely based on the specific location of the injection and the underlying condition being treated. Patients may experience an initial increase in pain and swelling for the first few days post-treatment. It’s generally advised to rest the treated area for a couple of days to a week, depending on the practitioner’s recommendations.

The pre-care and post-care recommendations for PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) treatments can help maximize the results and minimize potential side effects. Here’s a general guide for pre-care and post-care of PRP treatments:

Absolute Contraindications

  • Platelet Dysfunction Syndromes: Individuals with abnormal platelet function or low platelet count may not be suitable candidates for PRP treatment.
  • Active Infection: PRP should not be injected into an area with an active infection.
  • Cancer: Especially if it’s hematopoietic (blood-related) cancer like leukemia.
  • Active Sepsis: Patients with ongoing sepsis should not undergo PRP treatment.

Relative Contraindications

  • Chronic Liver Disease: Liver function can affect platelet function, so patients with chronic liver disease may not be ideal candidates.
  • Chronic Steroid Use: Chronic use of corticosteroids can affect wound healing and may reduce the effectiveness of PRP.
  • Anticoagulation Therapy: Patients on anticoagulant medications may have a higher risk of bleeding.
  • Thrombocytopenia: A condition characterized by abnormally low levels of platelets in the blood.
  • Recent Fever or Illness: Acute illnesses or fevers might be a reason to delay PRP treatment.
  • Autoimmune Disorders: Conditions like systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) or rheumatoid arthritis may affect the patient’s response to PRP.

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