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PRF vs PRP

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has become a very popular procedure for a variety of skin and body conditions. PRP is used in Orthopedics for tendon, ligament, muscle and joint injury, and arthritis, and other disciplines as well for its ability to induce regeneration of tissues. 
In aesthetics, PRP has become a staple procedure. PRP is rich in growth factors such as endothelial cell growth vascular, vascular growth factor and fibrin which help induce growth, repair and healing.  It is a great stand-alone procedure and also an excellent combination approach procedure.  
PRP is made by collecting 10-15 cc's of blood from one of your vessels via a small needle.  Once in a specialized tube, it is spun in a centrifuge which separates the PRP from the red blood cells.  What remains is a golden colored fluid which is rich in the above factors and has amazing reparative qualities.
PRP has shown effectiveness in helping to regrow hair.  Patients who experience hair loss due to any reason, whether…