Are you the right candidate for PRP treatment?

Are you the right candidate for PRP treatment?

When we get to the age of 30, our body’s defenses and self-repair mechanisms begin to decline. The skin is the part that will signal the process of aging. The introduction of PRP injection Toronto is considered a step forward in the cosmetic industry to help maintain youthful skin. Thanks to its safety and long-term effectiveness, PRP can overcome the limitations of other methods. However, in order to achieve the best results without worrying about side effects, you should know if you are suitable for the PRP method.

First, what is PRP?

The PRP technology is an abbreviation for the phrase “Platelet Rich Plasma.” This is a method of taking autologous blood and then using centrifugation to extract the platelet-rich plasma and return that plasma to the body into the area that needs to be treated. The best PRP treatment in Toronto only uses the cells of the patient. These cells will be extracted to treat and rejuvenate the skin as well as repair the damage on it. Therefore, there is absolutely no use of any preservatives or external active ingredients; thus, it has little impact on daily life. In addition, the growth factors present in platelets will stimulate new skin cells to grow continuously, so the effectiveness of skin rejuvenation treatment increases and lasts. Applications of PRP in skin rejuvenation treatment:

  • Solving the problems of damaged skin, dark spots, and poor skin aesthetics.
  • Treatment and prevention of aging and wrinkled skin.
  • Treating skin pigmentation, pitted scars, large pores, and acne.
  • Treating blurred eye bags, orange-peel skin, and stretch marks.
  • We also use PRP for hair loss treatment.

Who’s the right candidates for PRP?

You won’t have to worry about rejection, and the side effects associated with PRP are also minimal. As a result, we often recommend it to patients who don’t find success with traditional options, such as physical therapy, over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications, or steroid injections. We may also opt for PRP when delaying (or even prevent) surgical interventions like joint replacements.

However, it’s still best to understand what requirements one needs to meet to be able to receive a PRP injection Toronto. Surgeons will often prefer to see PRP candidates with qualities such as:

  • Not suffering any early to mid-degeneration
  • Overall good health
  • No frequent pain or lack of mobility that can interfere with daily activities
  • No prior failures with more conservative treatment methods

PRP will also affect younger patients more significantly than older ones. Worry not! PRP is still effective on older patients. It’s just that younger people will usually respond better to the treatment.

Who shouldn’t consider PRP?

Not everybody will benefit from even the best PRP treatment in Toronto. For instance, people with end-stage osteoarthritis or joint degeneration probably won’t see any significant results with this treatment. Other patients may have too many risks involved to consider the treatment, including those who have:

  • An active infection or a disease of metastatic nature
  • Active blood or bleeding disorders
  • An anticoagulation therapy underway or present
  • A lack of blood
  • A pregnancy

If you have an allergy against dairy products, you should let your doctor know before your PRP procedure. Some doctors may add a dairy product into the mixture to enhance the treatment’s effects.

Addition advice before taking a PRP Injection Toronto

  • Stop using facial creams, corticoid-containing masks a week before your PRP Toronto injection.
  • Do not smoke or drink alcohol 2-3 weeks before surgery, as this can reduce the effect of platelet-rich plasma after injection and disrupt the healing process of new skin.
  • Inform your doctor about any medications you are using, any illnesses you have had or are being treated for, such as: High blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, etc.
  • Sleep deeply on the night before the big day. At that time, your doctor can properly assess your skin condition and help limit swelling after the procedure.
  • Avoid doing it during your menstrual cycle. You will be fasted entirely for at least 6 hours before the procedure.
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