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What is?

Platelets are proven to be essential in cell generation, collagen production, and skin tissue regeneration. Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is an injectable treatment that uses the client’s own platelet-rich plasma. The client’s blood is collected and placed in a centrifuge to separate into components. The platelet-rich plasma is reinjected, and/or micro-needled back into the skin.
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Common Applications

Unlock the power of PRP treatments at NP Aesthetics Las Vegas. Our versatile PRP therapy offers a multitude of benefits, from revitalizing your facial skin to restoring hair growth. Experience the natural and transformative effects as PRP stimulates collagen production, reduces wrinkles, and promotes a youthful complexion. Say goodbye to hair loss concerns as PRP stimulates hair follicles, promoting healthy growth. Trust our experienced team to customize PRP treatments to address your unique needs, unveiling a more vibrant and confident you


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! PRP has been used in the medical field, especially in sports medicine, for decades for its highly efficient healing properties. It is one of the safest procedures available because the serum injected comes from your own plasma. There is virtually no risk that your body will reject your own serum.

A mild discomfort described as a burning or tingling sensation may be felt for a few minutes while the PRP is being reinjected. Topical numbing cream and ice are applied to ensure the alleviation of any discomfort.

For cosmetic/aesthetic purposes, PRP is most popularly used to
rejuvenate skin around the eye and cheek area, neck, hands, and décolletage. It’s also widely accepted as a treatment option for hair restoration. 

Patients notice the effects of the treatment within a week or two, even after just one treatment. Results from the treatment can last for months to even years, depending on the client’s quality of Platelet Rich Plasma and their health, diet, and lifestyle.

Yes since there is no downtime associated with PRP treatments.

Mild to moderate swelling and redness is the most commonly reported side effects  associated with PRP treatment.