Reduce fine lines and wrinkles or fix minor skin imperfections with this natural alternative to synthetic fillers.

Love What You See in the Mirror

At some point, everyone starts to see some telltale signs of aging — a few extra lines across your forehead, a few dark spots on your face, or a receding hairline. Fortunately, with PRP injections you now have more control over these cosmetic imperfections. Once used exclusively in hospitals to accelerate the healing process after surgery, PRP is now used in the cosmetic industry to address wrinkles, hard-to-treat scars, and hair loss. Call Park Ave Cosmetic Center to learn more or to schedule an appointment.

Improve Color

PRP injections contain growth factors that stimulate new blood vessel formation. The creation of new blood vessels is important for improving the overall color and tone of the skin.

Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Platelet-rich plasma stimulated new collagen formation which helps make the outermost layers of your skin appear smoother, and fuller. Since the injection uses your own blood, many people prefer them over synthetic injections since there is no risk of an allergic reaction.

Stimulate Hair Regrowth

PRP injections are a good solution for both men and women who are experiencing hair loss. The platelet-rich plasma naturally improves the health of existing hair follicles while stimulating the development of new ones.

Frequently Asked Questions

PRP hair restoration produces noticeable results after just four to six weeks. However, it may be approximately 3.5 months before you see the results you were looking for. Due to the hair growth cycle, ideal results can take up to three sessions spaced one month apart to become apparent.
While dermal fillers are absorbed by the body within 6 months to a year, requiring another treatment, PRP therapy lasts for 1 to 2 years.
The collagen production stimulated by PRP may produce longer-lasting effects than Botox treatment. With PRP, there is no chance of an allergic reaction because the injections come from [patients’] own blood.