PRF EZ Gel is a natural, bio-stimulating gel that opens up limitless opportunities in the application of autologous blood concentrates. Made with the body's own potent proteins instead of synthetic chemicals, PRF EZ Gel is the premier solution for rejuvenating skin and adding volume.
PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma) and PRF (Platelet-rich Fibrin) are similar in that they both use the patient's own blood to promote healing and tissue regeneration. However, there are some differences between the two.
PRP is made by centrifuging the patient's blood to concentrate the platelets and growth factors. The concentrated platelets are then injected back into the patient's body to promote healing.
PRF, on the other hand, involves a more complex process in which the patient's blood is placed in a special tube that allows for a slow clotting process to occur. This creates a fibrin matrix that is rich in platelets, white blood cells, and growth factors. The PRF matrix is then harvested and used for treatments, providing a more sustained release of growth factors.
PRP is made by directly concentrating the platelets from the patient's blood, while PRF involves creating a fibrin matrix that is rich in platelets and growth factors. Both have been used for various aesthetic and therapeutic purposes, but PRF is considered to have a longer-lasting effect due to its fibrin matrix.
PRF is utilized to help address a variety of concerns, such as:
A technician will take blood samples which will then be placed in a centrifuge. During this time, you'll be seated and given numbing medication to minimize discomfort. The blood will be spun, causing the PRF to separate from other components and be drawn from the top of the vial. After this, the PRF is injected in the areas that will be treated.
The entire procedure usually takes 20-45 minutes, depending on the injection location. You may require 3 to 5 treatments to see results.
To optimize your PRF treatment results, our Sacramento PRF EZ Gel providers recommend following the pre-treatment guidelines. We cannot perform treatment if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a hematological disorder, are currently experiencing an infection within the past 2 weeks, or are in the midst of an autoimmune flare-up. For patients with a history of neurological, psychological, or autoimmune disorders, please seek clearance from your doctor before proceeding. Do not discontinue taking prescribed anticoagulants unless instructed to do so by your healthcare provider.
Don't fret, the swelling will subside.
Following the procedure, the area around the injection site may appear uneven or asymmetrical, particularly around the lips or tear troughs, for about ten days, but this is expected and normal. You may feel firmness in the treated area when touched, which is also normal. Bruising and/or swelling is common after the procedure.
For optimal results, 3-5 treatments at regular intervals may be necessary, depending on the patient's skin quality and body goals. PRF does not require touch-up treatments as the process is your body's natural collagen production. If you would like to assess the areas or consider additional treatments, it's best to discuss with your primary healthcare provider. As a general rule, it is recommended that patients wait a minimum of four weeks following each PRF treatment to allow for assessment for any additional treatments.
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No. PRF is not covered by insurance.
Pricing will vary depending on the areas treated and the number of treatments. On average, the cost of PRF EZ Gel is $750 to $ 2,500 per treatment.
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