PRP Visage: Unleashing the Power of Platelet-Rich Plasma for Facial Rejuvenation

Platelet-rich plasma or "Vampire lift

At our PRP Montreal clinic, we utilize the patient's own blood to create a 100% biocompatible and autologous PRP solution, eliminating the risk of rejection or allergy. In aesthetic medicine, this PRP injection technique is commonly called the "Vampire Facelift" or "Vampire Face Lift." The goal is to rejuvenate the skin by stimulating the stem cells responsible for collagen and elastin production. The PRP facial is also effective when applied to the scalp, as it targets the hair follicle's stem cells, actively promoting hair regeneration. Witness the transformative effects of the Vampire Lift before and after treatment, and discover the competitive PRP cost we offer for these innovative procedures.

Platelet-rich plasma with Mesotherapy


450 +tx

Platelet-rich plasma with “Booster”


550 + tx

Platelet-rich plasma with “Booster” (PRP)


700 + tx

What is Platelet Rich Plasma

Introducing the magical skin treatment: Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)! Our blood consists of three primary cell types: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, which are abundant in plasma. For PRP purposes, we're most interested in platelets. We can separate these components through a simple blood test and extract the plasma enriched with platelets.

Plasma contains essential skin nutrients such as vitamins, hormones, minerals, and proteins. Platelets, on the other hand, house several growth factors that stimulate stem cells where PRP is injected. PRP treatment has been known for over two decades for treating osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and ligament ruptures. Nowadays, its rejuvenating properties are increasingly utilized in anti-aging medicine.

Indications for Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Prevent skin aging or "Vampire Lift":

‍ThePRP preserves the skin's natural hydration and protects it from all external aggressions (tobacco, pollution, etc.). Ideal from the age of 25 for an immediate radiance-boosting effect and to delay the appearance of the first wrinkles. This treatment was publicized under the name "Vampire Lift" worldwide by Kim Kardashian.

Give a boost

‍Thegrowth factors contained in platelet-rich plasma stimulate local microcirculation and collagen production. Skin becomes softer, more toned, as if rejuvenated. The complexion is rosier and more vibrant. It's a radiant, healthy glow when a face is treated with micro-injections of platelet extracts.

Wrinkles

‍Fromyour forties onwards, wrinkles are well established and the skin on your face and décolleté starts to wrinkle, especially if you've been overdoing it in the sun. PRP injections will boost collagen production. Once under the skin, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) takes on a gelatinous consistency. A fibrin framework is created, which will be colonized by the surrounding cells. In this way, PRP recreates living tissue where it is injected.

Dark circles

‍Thisis certainly a flagship indication. The injected product has the color of plasma (light yellow) and its consistency is very fluid. The result is regularly spectacular and natural: lightening of dark circles, which then appear less marked.

Scars

‍APRP injection treatment promotes collagen synthesis, repairs scars and fills depressions caused by acne. The skin regains its properties of elasticity, thickness and resistance. PRP injections also accelerate healing and reduce local inflammation in the skin.

Capillary stimulation

‍‍ScalpPRP injections stimulate the bulb cells at the base of the hair, as well as the surrounding microcirculation. Your hair's vitality, color and shine are enhanced, hair loss is slowed after the 2nd session and regrowth can be observed after a minimum of 2 to 3 months. Injecting PRP into the scalp slows hair loss while stimulating regrowth.

This technique can be used to treat:

  • Mild or moderate alopecia
  • Partially thinning or balding hair
  • To stimulate hair regrowth following pregnancy
  • Before or after a hair transplant to 'boost' the action of the transplant.

If there is a complete absence of hair in one or more areas, this treatment is not considered. No stimulation is possible.

Intervention in practice:

This procedure starts with a straightforward blood sample from the arm, and fasting is not required. The collected blood is centrifuged for 5 minutes to obtain a high-concentration plasma product.

The treatment can be performed with or without local anesthesia. The area to be treated is disinfected, and the PRP preparation is injected using a fine needle, with the depth and distribution rate adapted to the desired outcome and patient.

The Benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma

PRP is a natural, innovative method with numerous advantages in regenerative and preventive medicine. The method's appeal lies in its natural origin, posing no risk of reaction, and minimal side effects. Regular and reasoned PRP usage aligns with a lower-risk, preventive anti-aging medicine approach and offers an effective alternative for patients resistant to standard aesthetic therapies (Botox, hyaluronic acid, etc.).

Tips for a successful treatment

BEFORE: Avoid any medication that promotes bleeding one week prior to PRP treatment. Tanned skin is not recommended.
Tanned skin is not recommended
DURING: 
 A session typically lasts 45 minutes, and local anesthesia can be offered if discomfort arises.
AFTER: 
Resume normal activities immediately post-treatment.
POST-TREATMENT: 
 Slight redness and minor swelling may occur, lasting a few days.

The expected results

The results are progressive:

PRP for skin :

Immediately after the session, a clear improvement in skin radiance and tone can be seen. After one month, the skin becomes suppler, softer and less wrinkled. The complexion becomes fresher and benefits from a radiance boost.
The frequency and number of injections required depend on the indication. For aesthetic indications, 3 sessions are generally recommended, with an interval of 3 to 4 weeks. An annual maintenance treatment is required thereafter to maintain the benefits of the therapy.

PRP in the scalp :

There is a significant improvement in hair texture and density after the first session. A clear reduction in hair loss and regrowth of dormant follicles under the skin after the second and third sessions.
For hair problems, 3 to 5 sessions are generally recommended, with an interval of 3 to 4 weeks. A maintenance treatment is required every 6 months to maintain results.
Expected results may vary according to the individual.

Can platelet-rich plasma (PRP) effectively treat hair loss and how do I know if it is right for me?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has shown promising results in treating various types of hair loss by stimulating hair follicle growth and improving overall hair health. PRP may be appropriate for individuals suffering from thinning or hair loss due to genetic factors, hormonal imbalances or certain medical conditions. To determine if PRP hair treatment for hair loss is right for you, schedule a consultation with one of our specialists at Clinique Main D'or in Montreal, who can assess your unique situation and recommend the most appropriate course of action.

How does PRP hair treatment work and what can I expect from the procedure at Clinique Main D'or in Montreal?

PRP hair treatment is a non-surgical therapy that uses the patient's own platelet-rich plasma to stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss. By injecting PRP directly into the scalp, the procedure promotes the growth of new hair follicles and strengthens existing ones. At Clinique Main D'or in Montreal, the PRP hair treatment begins with a thorough consultation to assess your hair loss and determine the best course of action. The treatment itself is minimally invasive, with minimal downtime, and patients generally notice an improvement in hair density and growth over time.

What are PRP injections and how are they used in various treatments?

PRP injections involve extracting platelet-rich plasma from the patient's blood and injecting it into specific areas of the body to stimulate healing, regeneration and rejuvenation. At Clinique Main D'or in Montreal, PRP injections are used in a variety of treatments, including PRP facials, vampire lifts, PRP hair treatment and joint therapy, to promote natural healing and better results.

What is PRP treatment and how is it related to Clinique Main D'or in Montreal?

PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment is a non-surgical regenerative procedure that uses the patient's own blood to stimulate natural healing and rejuvenation. Clinique Main D'or in Montreal is a leading provider of PRP treatments, including PRP facial and vampire lifts, for various aesthetic and therapeutic purposes.

What is a PRP facial and how is it different from a vampire facial?

A PRP facial involves the application of PRP, derived from the patient's own blood, to the face to stimulate collagen production, improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. A vampire facelift, on the other hand, combines PRP treatment with microneedling to enhance the penetration of PRP into the skin, further promoting skin rejuvenation. Both treatments are offered at the Clinique Main D'or in Montreal.

What can I expect from a vampire facial before and after the procedure?

Prior to the vampire lift, your skin will be cleansed and a topical anesthetic may be applied for comfort. During the treatment, microneedling creates tiny punctures in the skin, followed by the application of PRP. After the procedure, you may experience temporary redness, swelling, and mild discomfort, which usually subsides within a few days. Over time, you will notice an improvement in skin tone, texture and overall appearance due to increased collagen production and cell turnover.

How much does PRP cost at Clinique Main D'or in Montreal?

The cost of PRP at Clinique Main D'or varies depending on the type of procedure and the individual needs of the patient. For more specific pricing information, please schedule a consultation with one of our specialists, who can provide a personalized treatment plan and cost estimate.

What is a vampire lift and how can it benefit me?

A vampire facelift is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that combines PRP therapy with dermal fillers to achieve a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance. The treatment stimulates collagen production, lifts sagging skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional facelift surgery, with less downtime and a lower risk of complications. Clinique Main D'or in Montreal offers vampire facelifts to help patients achieve their desired aesthetic goals.

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