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Platelet rich fibrin,
platelet rich plasma & Pure Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet growth factors in a fibrin scaffold is the first response to injury observed in all human tissue.  The use of PRF for healing and regeneration is not limited only to skin. Accelerated healing, new blood vessels and proliferation of cells producing collagen (fibroblasts) have been well demonstrated in biomedical research investigating the basic functions of this regenerative products. The vast clinical applications have been well documented.  We will discuss how PRF could be used alone or with other treatment to address yourconcerns .

PRP PLUS is a highly concentrated form of PRP.  We have the ability with our new equipment to concentrate the "Healing Cells" 14 times.  That means you are getting about 10 treatments in 1.

At Arizona Laser Skin Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona, we offer Platelet-Rich Plasma and Platelet Rich Plasma Plus treatments at a reasonable cost.

PRP is one of the many aspects of Regenerative Aesthetics 


PRF

injectable platelet rich fibrin or (iPRF) is a unique rejuvenation technique that uses the patient’s own blood plasma, enriched with platelets (source of healing proteins and growth factors), fibrin (the wound healing and regeneration matrix) and stem cells

The  PRF is then injected into areas with desired end results to activate accelerated healing and regeneration. As a result,  the body’s own powerful regenerative properties are concentrated and focused on the area of concern to triggers innate biological mechanisms leading to natural skin rejuvenation.

PRF intensifies the functioning and reproduction of cells, thus having a gentle, gradual yet long lasting and accumulative effect. As a result new fibroblasts, collagen and elastin tissues are formed, skin elasticity and complexion is improved, and the pigmentation is reduced.

PRP system uses a proprietary gel to isolate platelets to optimum concentration above baseline. With this system, virtually all Red Blood Cells (RBC) are eliminated from PRP, and the concentration of pro inflammatory Granulocytes (GRs) is dramatically reduced.

PRP is prepared using a small sample of a patient’s own blood, which is processed via centrifuge to separate platelets from Platelet Poor Plasma (PPP), RBC and GRs. Isolated PRP can then be collected and applied to the treatment area. The entire preparation process takes less than 20 minutes.

We offer and recommend the PRP Plus (highly concentrated PRP up to 14 times concentration)  Imagine getting 5-10 treatments done at one time. (That is the concentration of the PRP)

Red Blood Cells

Red Blood Cells

WHAT CAN PRP DO FOR YOU?     

Is your skin tone simply not as healthy and smooth as it once was?  Do the fine lines and sagging skin around your eyes, cheeks and mouth bother you? Have you noticed the puffiness and dark circles below your eyes? The best recommended solution to these types of skin issues is Platelet Rich Plasma. We use your own blood in order to regenerate their skin and stimulate collagen, making your skin healthier, younger looking.

PRP has been used in dentistry, reconstructive surgery and orthopedic medicine. Today, it is also being used in other branches of medicine including dermatology, cosmetic facial rejuvenation and skin wound healing. Research shows PRP generates new collagen when injected into the skin and re that PRP can ease sun damage as well as aging skin problems.

PRP is basically a natural product produced from your own body. Through a simple blood draw, a little amount of blood is drawn from an individual into a sterile tube. Using a centrifuge, the blood is spun down in order to take out and concentrate the stem cells, growth factors and platelets that are very important for tissue healing. This blood with a high percentage of platelets and growth factors is referred to as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).

PRP is best known for its wonderful act of skin rejuvenation. When PRP is injected into skin, its high platelet concentration that stimulates the growth of new collagen, revitalizes skin and leads to a naturally smoother and firmer skin. As a result, PRP treatment gets rid of wrinkles and creates a smoother skin feel and tone.

PRP fuels collagen growth for absolute facial rejuvenation instead of individual wrinkle enhancement. Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is recommended for faces that appear drawn, to soften below eye puffiness, enhance the overall skin tone, texture and tightness and seal skin areas where fillers are not able to reach. Fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane can be used together with PRP given that the two forms of skin treatment actually serve different purposes. The fillers will fill particular wrinkles while PRP will enhance overall wrinkle improvement.

There is enough evidence to show that Platelet Rich Plasma can be used to treat several skin issues such as Diabetic foot ulcers, bedsores, thermal burns, hair loss, superficial and surgical injuries and skin graft donor sites. Others include facial rejuvenation and post-traumatic scars.

EFFECTIVENESS 

    • Enables high-platelet concentration compared to baseline
    • Rapid and simple process - only one centrifugation
    • Adjustment to a specific clinical application by controlling the final PRP volume
    • Compatible with OR and/or doctor's office setting

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRP AND PRF

Both PRP (platelet rich plasma), and PRF (platelet rich fibrin) are platelet based growth factor treatments that are extracted using centrifuge. PRF is different from PRP in that there is no anticoagulant added during the spin, the avoidance of clotting is physiological and is achieved through negative charge of the collecting tube to mimic the conditions within our own blood vessels (their lining is negatively charged) that prevent fibrin from creating a clot within them, thus, obtaining a platelet rich injectable fibrin. Once PRF is injected in the tissue it transforms from liquid into a gel, which not only lead to filling of voids in folds and wrinkles but also provide a powerful regenerative matrix that releases platelets’ growth factors in a physiological controlled slow manner that enhances tissue regeneration is a better way than PRP.

In addition, the enrichment of platelets in these two products is not the same. In PRP, the platelets are enriched two to four times above the physiological concentrations available in blood and there are very few circulating blood stem cells. In contrast, PRF contains all the platelets with no elimination of the powerful regenerative matrix (fibrin) in addition to another very rich source of growth factors and tissue regeneration: the circulating blood stem cells.


WHAT DOES PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP) PRODUCE AND WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO ME?

Your doctor can explain how the growth factors produced by PRP can benefit your specific needs:

  • Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)
  • Collagen Stimulating Growth Factor
  • Transforming Growth Factor (TGF)
  • Platelet-Derived Growth Factor (PDGF)
  • Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)
  • Fibroblast Growth Factor
  • Interleukins, Macrophages, Keratinocytes, Endothelial Cells, Lymphocytes, Fibroblasts, Osteoblasts, Basophils, Mast Cells

ADVANCES IN PLATELET-RICH PLASMA

Features & Benefits

  • Convenient procedure—takes less than 30 minutes
  • Small volume of blood required—better patient tolerance
  • Best value / highest volume PRP yield—6mLs of PRP per 10mL tube
  • Optimum Platelet Recovery—87% +/- 10%
  • Consistent platelet concentration—allows for predictable performance
  • Pure PRP—high-tech gel removes -97% contaminating red blood cells
  • No foreign components—virtually eliminates the rise of adverse reactions
  • Pyrogen free
  • FDA Clearance—501(k) # BK110035

PRP PROCESS

  1. During a short office visit, a small amount of patient blood is drawn into a 10 mL vacuum collection tube containing a proprietary separator gel.
  2. The tube is placed into a centrifuge and spun to isolate the platelet-rich plasma.
  3. The contaminating cells are displaced and located below the separator gel.
  4. The PRP is ready for use according to the clinical requirements. Yielding >6 mL of autologous platelet-rich plasma (A-PRP)

Contact

Thank you for your interest to our services. Please get in touch with questions or comments using the information below. We look forward to hearing from you.

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(480)921-0767

Hours of Operation:

Sunday and Monday        CLOSED

Tuesday:  10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Wednesday: 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Friday:  8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (EVERY OTHER)

Other Appointment Times Available By Request.  

VACATION SCHEDULE:                                                                         CLOSED NOVEMBER 24 - DECEMBER 4, 2019                                   CLOSED DECEMBER 22 - JANUARY 2, 2020 

Address
512 E Southern Ave Suite D, Tempe, AZ 85282
We are conveniently located near US 60 and Loop 101.

Service Area
Phoenix, AZ, and Surrounding Areas

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