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PRP Therapy

Dr. Roel Galope at Lasting Impression Medical Aesthetics in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, provides platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to rejuvenate your skin, give you a thicker head of hair, and improve your sex life. 

PRP Therapy By Lasting Impression - New Jersey

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy is an innovative treatment used to treat several different medical conditions.  The treatment is also used for many aesthetic purposes. Here are some of the ways people have experienced success with PRP:

  • Healing from surgery
  • Reducing inflammation from arthritis
  • Gaining more youthful appearance with PRP-based facelifts
  • Restoring hair loss
  • Improving erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • P-Shot for improving erectile dysfunction
  • O-Shot for improving anorgasmia

*Individual results may vary

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How Does PRP Work?

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The PRP used for treatment is made from a sample of your own blood.  

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Dr.  Galope takes blood from your arm.

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He then spins the blood through a centrifuge to separate the special proteins from the liquid portion of your blood. These special proteins (platelet rick plasma) are used for your treatment.

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If using PRP to improve the condition of your skin*, Dr.  Galope will use the proteins in a specialized facial designed to stimulate the generation of new tissue and collagen; rejuvenating your skin’s strength and elasticity.  

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For restoring hair loss*, Dr.  Galope injects PRP into your scalp where your hair may be thinning.  This can stimulate hair growth and restore up to 30% of your hair loss by increasing the life cycle of your hair follicle.  (To get the best results, you may need several treatments over a two-year period.) 

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For improving ED and for pain management PRP is administered through injection.

How Does PRP Work?

1

The PRP used for treatment is made from a sample of your own blood.  

4

If using PRP to improve the condition of your skin*, Dr.  Galope will use the proteins in a specialized facial designed to stimulate the generation of new tissue and collagen; rejuvenating your skin’s strength and elasticity.  

2

Dr.  Galope takes blood from your arm.

5

For restoring hair loss*, Dr.  Galope injects PRP into your scalp where your hair may be thinning.  This can stimulate hair growth and restore up to 30% of your hair loss by increasing the life cycle of your hair follicle.  (To get the best results, you may need several treatments over a two-year period.) 

3

He then spins the blood through a centrifuge to separate the special proteins from the liquid portion of your blood. These special proteins (platelet rick plasma) are used for your treatment.

6

For improving ED and for pain management PRP is administered through injection.

Are PRP Injections Safe?

An article on healthline.com states:

Because PRP involves injecting a substance into the skin, there are potential side effects.  PRP is autologous, which means it contains substances that come directly from your own body. This reduces the risks for an allergic reaction that can occur from injecting other medications, such as cortisone or hyaluronic acid.  However, there are risks from the injection itself, including:

  • infection
  • nerve injuries
  • pain at the injection site
  • tissue damage

You should discuss these potential risks with your doctor, as well as the steps your doctor will take to minimize these risks.

Plus, to ensure your safety you should always make sure your practitioner is board-certified, licensed and fully qualified to give PRP or any treatment.

Are PRP Injections Safe?

An article on healthline.com states:

Because PRP involves injecting a substance into the skin, there are potential side effects.  PRP is autologous, which means it contains substances that come directly from your own body. This reduces the risks for an allergic reaction that can occur from injecting other medications, such as cortisone or hyaluronic acid.  However, there are risks from the injection itself, including:

  • infection
  • nerve injuries
  • pain at the injection site
  • tissue damage

You should discuss these potential risks with your doctor, as well as the steps your doctor will take to minimize these risks.

Plus, to ensure your safety you should always make sure your practitioner is board-certified, licensed and fully qualified to give PRP or any treatment.

PRP is used to treat many medical and cosmetic conditions including: hair loss, joint pain from artritis, healing from sports injuries including tendon damage, and musculoskelital problems.

Doctors say that PRP produces the best results after 2-4 treatments over the course of 2 weeks. Maintenance is required every 6-12 months.

There is no evidence recorded that PRP causes hair loss. On the contrary, there have been many success stories of people who have used PRP to gain up to 30% of the hair that they’d lost.

For the majority of patients, there is little to no downtime required after receiving a PRP injections. People can usually return to their normal life right after the injection.