Select your source.
PRP Infusion: Our trained nurse or technician obtains a sample of your blood from your arm.
Stem Cell Infusion: Our board certified doctor aspirates a sample of your bone marrow from your hip bone.
Target the regenerative properties.
Our cutting-edge technology removes the unnecessary and inflammatory components as it concentrates the regenerative properties of either your blood or bone marrow sample. We pride ourselves on using the safest and most effective technology available.
Infuse your skin.
We prepare your skin with an exfoliating facial and then follow with a micro-needling infusion of either your highly concentrated plasma or stem cell concentrate.
This treatment is designed to stimulate skin rejuvenation from a cellular level so the effect is gradual. Improvement in the skin is usually noticeable within weeks after your treatment.
What is the difference between the PRP and Stem Cell Infusion?
The Stem Cell Infusion is our other autologous therapy that is distinguished by using the power of autologous (or adult) stem cells. There are several types of adult stem cells that are derived from bone marrow, one of which is mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) which are defined by their ability to differentiate into connective tissues including skin. MSCs have been shown to support collagen synthesis which is essential for improving elasticity and diminishing fine lines. 4 Stem Cell secretes similar growth factors as PRP but with well over 20 times the amount of the IRAP growth factor plus the additional regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties found in adult stem cells. 4
1 Murphy et al. Autologous Regenerative Therapies: Rapid Concentration of Progenitor Cells, Growth Factors, and Proteins at the Point-Of-Care. TERMIS World Congress 2015 (Boston, MA).
2 Castillo et al. Comparison of growth factor and platelet concentration from commercial platelet-rich plasma separation systems. Am J Sports Med 2011; 39:266-271.
3 Hegde et al. A prospective comparison of 3 approved systems for autologous bone marrow concentration demonstrated nonequivalency in progenitor cell number and concentration. J Orthop trauma, Oct 2014.
4 Cassano et al. Bone marrow concentrate and platelet-rich plasma differ in cell distribution and interleukin 1 receptor antagonist protein concentration. Knee Surg Sports Tramatol Arthrosc, 1 Feb 2016.
5 Redaelli et al. Face and neck revitalization with platelet-rich plasma (PRP): clinical outcome in a series of 23 consecutively treated patients. J Drugs Dermatol 2010; 9: 466-72.
6 Leo et al. Systematic review of the use of platelet-rich plasma in aesthetic dermatology. J Cosmet Dermatol 2015; 14:315-323.