PRP Before and After

Studies conducted on patients opting for PRP before and after the procedure showed marked improvement by way of speedy healing and lower levels of swelling and pain. These results indicate that PRP therapy is a potent healing tool for a range of conditions.

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PRP Before and After

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, by the year 2009, the global PRP industry was worth $45 million. Researchers estimated that by 2016, the industry would be valued at $120 million. And, by the year, 2025, it is likely to be worth close to $240 million. With doctors discovering new applications for the treatment, proponents expect Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy to become the next big thing in the medical field. But, is the treatment truly effective? The best way to find that out would be to check with patients getting PRP before and after the procedure.

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Results of PRP Injection for Facials

Human skin shows aging because of a breakdown in the layer of collagen and elastin under the skin. This damage is visible in the form of lines, wrinkles, and creases on the forehead, at the corners of the eyes, between the brows, and around the mouth. You may also notice the creases in the decolletage. Effects like these appear when the structural integrity of the collagen fibers erodes due to internal and external factors. The high concentration of growth factors in PRP facial therapy works to repair the collagen and activate fibroblasts so that the skin rejuvenates and regains its youthful appearance.

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PRP Before and After Hair Treatments

To test the efficacy of PRP for hair loss, doctors conducted a hair pull test on a group of random patients. They grabbed a tress of around 50 to 60 hairs and tugged the hair away from the scalp. Before the treatment, most of the patients showed a hair loss of about 10 hair strands. After four PRP sessions given 6 weeks apart, the hair pull test was repeated. Patients reported a significant reduction in hair loss with only 3 strands separating from the scalp. In addition, doctors had marked out a specific section of the scalp for testing. PRP before and after tests showed that the area had about 71 hair follicles and more than 93 follicles, respectively.

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PRP Knee Injection Results

Doctors conducted tests on a group of patients with osteoarthritis that they confirmed with MRI tests. Each of the patients received one or two PRP knee injections under the patella. At intervals of six weeks, 3 months, and 6 months, doctors evaluated their condition. They found that between the interval of 6 weeks and 3 months, patients experienced much less pain and better mobility. Knee function also improved significantly. After 6 months, although the pain and mobility levels did not improve further, the effects were much better than before getting the procedure.

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PRP Reviews for Acne Scars and Marks

Depending on the intensity of the breakout and the damage it can cause to the skin, acne scars can be of different kinds such as boxcars, ice picks, and rolling cars. PRP for acne scars when inserted 1mm below the scars can help erase them permanently. If needed, doctors may use a fine needle to break the toughened scar tissue and keloids in the scars so that they respond better to the treatment.

Micro-needling is yet another technique used to deliver the serum into the skin. The growth factors in the PRP serum work to repair the layer of collagen under the skin. As the layer produces new cells and plumps up over a period of 4 to 6 weeks, the skin acquires an even-toned appearance. Follow-up treatments given at regular intervals can help restore the skin even further.

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PRP Treatment Reviews for Tendon Injuries

Athletes frequently suffer tendon injuries in the elbow, damaged rotator cuffs, and torn tendons in the Achilles heel (as in tennis players and runners). Inflammation of the patellar tendon in the knee area is another frequent injury. In addition to varying degrees of pain, athletes also see symptoms of swelling, difficulty in movement, and popping sounds on moving the affected joint.

PRP injections for sports injuries when placed in the affected areas can help heal new and chronic injuries. After an increase in the swelling for a week immediately after the PRP injection, patients noticed a gradual improvement in the following 5 weeks. By working on toughened scar tissue, the PRP serum can accelerate healing. As a result, the pain and inflammation eases along with improvement in the ease of mobility.

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PRP Injections for Ligament and Muscle Injuries

Depending on the specific muscles they use more frequently for performing at a sport, professional athletes may see injuries in ligaments, muscles, and connecting tissues. Strains and sprains, and pulled hamstrings in the knee and thigh often lead to swelling and difficulty in movement. PRP injections placed in the affected muscles can help speed the healing. In this way, athletes can shorten recovery time and get back on the field quickly. Doctors conducting PRP before and after scans showed significant healing in the injuries.


PRP Injection Reviews for Infertility

Studies were conducted on a group of women aged over 40. Previous attempts to help them conceive by implanting IVF embryos were not successful since the uterine lining was not thick enough. This condition prevented the implants from integrating into the uterus and resulted in miscarriages. With the help of a combination of PRP injections and hormone supplements, doctors were able to stimulate the development of the uterine lining.

PRP treatments helped the thickness reach the optimum level of 7 mm to 8 mm so women were able to carry the pregnancy to full term. PRP injections for infertility can also help repair the ovaries and uteri in younger women so they are able to develop and release healthy eggs. Doctors harvested these eggs and prepared them for IVF implantation resulting in the birth of healthy infants.

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PRP Undereyes Before and After

Aging, environmental factors, lack of sleep, and illnesses can cause the formation of dark circles and puffiness around the eyes. Patients may also notice sagging skin or baggy formations under the eyes that seem to have fluid in them. PRP injection can help all these conditions by creating new blood vessels in the delicate skin. These blood vessels work to nourish the area with fresh oxygen and nutrients that clear away the accumulated fluid, toxins, and impurities.

These PRP before and after results clearly show that skin flaws like pigmentation, wrinkles, and sagging skin clear away to reveal sparkling eyes. PRP can also revive the layer of collagen and elastin in the skin to restore its firmness. 

PRP Before and After Findings Are Promising

These PRP injection before and after photos clearly indicate that when PRP therapy is conducted by expert certified medical practitioners, it has the potential to help people with a wide range of medical and aesthetic conditions. In addition to the conditions mentioned above, PRP has been known to assist in wound healing, bone formation and successful tooth implants in dental care, and even open heart surgery. In the coming years, PRP treatments may have various other applications also. 

So You See, You Can Confidently Opt for PRP

One of the first questions that patients considering getting PRP therapy have is whether the treatment works as expected. The best way to find out is to check the experiences of patients who have already taken the treatment. Studies conducted at the National Center for Biotechnology Information clearly show that yes, PRP is effective.

For instance, should you get PRP hair treatments, a few months down the line, you’ll notice visible results. Along with a fuller head of hair, you’ll notice a thicker texture and denser coloring. Similarly, by comparing pictures and results of diagnostic tests before and after treatment, doctors have found that PRP therapy is indeed effective.

Here’s another example. Doctors conducted facial treatments on the same patient. They performed PRP therapy with micro-needling on one side of the face and used vitamin C on the other. After 3 months, dermatologists conducted an evaluation of the skin. They found that the side of the face that received PRP therapy seemed smoother, firmer, and displayed fewer flaws.

These examples clearly indicate that you may compare results on different patients or on the same patient. But, PRP treatment clearly works.

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