Platelet-Rich Plasma or Non-Surgical PRP Facelift

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The Non-Surgical PRP Facelift uses platelet-rich plasma and hyaluronic acid fillers or fat transfer to lift and rejuvenate areas of the face. The stem cells (PRP) are extracted from your own blood and are considered the master building blocks of cellular renewal. They are known for their distinctive regenerative capabilities, and their powerful ability to promote tissue repair and healing. Although stem cells are being increasingly used throughout a wide range of medical fields, they have remarkable benefits when used in aesthetics.

Cutting-Edge Anti-Aging Treatment

George Solomon, M.D., founder of The Solomon Cosmetic Center, stays at the forefront of cosmetic surgery and carries deep knowledge in the latest research that surrounds the evolving use of stem cells and platelet-rich plasma in facial cosmetic surgery. He understands the careful blend of science and artistry that it takes to produce the most natural and long-lasting outcomes. For patients who want the latest in non-surgical facial rejuvenation, we are proud to offer the stem cell or PRP Facelift.

Collagen Stimulation is Key

Platelet-Rich Plasma or Non-Surgical PRP Facelift stimulates your own collagen production and cell migration to eliminate or reduce lines and wrinkles and improve skin quality, tone and texture. Since there are no incisions, no scarring, there is also no downtime. The procedure can be performed in Dr. Solomon’s office and you can be on your way doing all your normal activities.

The Non-Surgical PRP Facelift will help you achieve results that are natural, balanced and durable. The stem cell facelift is recognized for its ability to add volume to the face while also improving the skin’s texture, tone, and tightness. In general, it produces more sustainable results than using facial fillers, injectables, fat transfer, or lasers alone.

Although there is no cosmetic procedure that will stop the aging process, the stem cell facelift is an excellent choice for patients who do not want to undergo facelift surgery and who want an alternative or additional procedure to facial fillers, lasers, and injectables. In many cases, patients choose to supplement their liquid facelift with the use of stem cells or platelet-rich plasma for the best overall rejuvenation.

About Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Solomon Cosmetic Center in Palm Harbor, Florida, recognizes the benefits of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) when performing non-surgical facial rejuvenation. PRP is blood plasma that contains concentrated platelets, leukocytes, and growth factors that can stimulate collagen production, skin renewal, cell migration, and tissue regeneration. In terms of addressing facial aging, PRP can be used in a stem cell facelift to address volume loss, reduce deep lines and wrinkles and improve photo-damaged skin, especially when combined with facial fillers.

Platelet-rich plasma is obtained by drawing a small amount of the patient’s blood so that concentrated platelets and plasma are separated from the whole blood. PRP is then injected in the face during a Nonsurgical PRP Facelift. As the collagen progressively regenerates, the improved skin quality results will continue to be seen over a two to three-month period. PRP can also be used with a laser resurfacing procedure or hair restoration procedure to accelerate healing and maximize results. When choosing a stem cell facelift using PRP, you can expect minimal or no downtime and a natural healing process from a more permanent and safe facial rejuvenation procedure.

Each patient is unique; therefore, results may vary.

The Non-Surgical PRP Facelift can help restore a youthful appearance. If you’ve recently looked in the mirror and wondered where the younger, healthier you disappeared to, this non-invasive treatment may be right for you. Schedule an appointment for a consultation with Dr. George Solomon at Solomon Cosmetic Center which treats patients from all over the Tampa Bay Area including Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Brandon, Largo, Port Richey and Tarpon Springs.