What is plasma filler?
Plasma filler is a treatment that injects PRP into your face or neck. PRP has been used for decades for wound and soft tissue healing by orthopedic doctors and wound care physicians.
There also a large amount of research and clinical evidence demonstrating PRP’s regenerative properties for the treatment of scars, minimizing pores, fine wrinkles, volume loss, hair loss, and skin rejuvenation.
“Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a preparation of platelets in concentrated blood plasma with regenerative growth factors used to stimulate skin healing, collagen production, other important proteins that support the skin
PRP and dermal filler what's the difference?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is extracted from your own blood and injected into the skin to rejuvenate skin. Platelet-rich plasma contains growth factors that improve cellular activity and boost collagen production, effectively rejuvenating your skin. It utilizes the growth factors found in your blood, so your body won’t reject the substance.
Dermal fillers focus on “filling” the hollow parts of your face that experience volume loss. Fillers add volume to the cheeks and the sunken areas in the lower half of your face. They are not permanent; they can only last between 8-18 months. In rare cases, you might encounter blood vessel blockage causing skin death or blindness or develop lumps under your skin.
Plasma filler, how long will it last?
The results of platelet-rich plasma treatments typically last longer than dermal fillers. Depending on the number of treatment sessions, PRP spans from 12 months up to 24 months. Dermal fillers can last from 8 months to 18 months before losing its effects.