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Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP

Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP

PRP is one of the latest advancements in skin rejuvenation, which uses plasma taken from your own blood to help boost skin healing, among other benefits. The result is healthier, more radiant skin. PRP can also be used as a hair loss treatment and to treat acne scarring.

PRP at Adonia Medical Clinic

Your blood’s plasma can help with faster healing and skin repair, as well as reducing signs of ageing, such as lines and wrinkles.

PRP may be recommended for:

  • Ageing: the treatment stimulates collagen and elastin, two key proteins which help keep skin supple. The result can be smoother, tighter skin.
  • Hair loss: PRP injections may help prevent hair loss and boost growth, resulting in visibly thicker hair.
  • Injuries: from sports injuries and muscle sprains to arthritis and post-surgery repair, it’s possible PRP could help boost the body’s response to healing injuries.
  • Acne scarring: the rejuvenating nature of the treatment can help rejuvenate and repair the skin.


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Treatable concerns:

  • Lines & wrinkles
  • Skin laxity
  • Pigmentation
  • Acne scarring
  • Collagen & elastin production
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frequently asked questions

  1. How can PRP treatment help me?
  2. What happens during an appointment?
  3. How long do results take?
  4. How long do the results last?
  5. Will I need other treatments?
  6. Are there any risks related to PRP treatment?
  7. What is the recovery time?
  8. What will my results look like?
  9. How do I care for my skin afterwards?
  10. Why choose Adonia?
Platelet Rich Plasma: Frequently Asked Questions

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Get in touch with our Central London clinic to discover what we can do for your skin.

Call: 020.3875.7399 Email: info@adoniamedicalclinic.co.uk Book Online
Dr Ifeoma Ejikeme with patient at Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment

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