dermatology

PRP for Acne Scars

Given that most people between the ages of 18 to 30 get acne, it is typically considered the bane of puberty. However, some people can continue to get acne well into their 40s and 50s. And, PRP for acne scars can help. While acne by itself is an annoying condition, the marks and scars left behind can cause the skin to look severely flawed. It can also take away from a person’s confidence.

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Hair Loss Got You Down? Platelet-Rich Plasma May Regrow It

About 50 million American men and 30 million women have male- or female-pattern baldness. It can begin early in life, but is much more common after the age of 50, when more than 50 percent of men will experience some kind of hair loss.However, an emerging treatment — platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy — appears to help regrow lost hair. And, there are virtually no side effects from PRP, except for a mild feeling of pressure at the injection site.

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