What It Is
PRFM (platelet-rich fibrin matrix) takes the power of platelets and adds a scaffolding to preserve and protect the platelets. This technique allows for sustained growth factor release. PRFM supports collagen production and increased blood supply, which results in overall skin improvements.
How It Works
Blood platelets contain fundamental protein growth factors and play a critical role in wound healing and skin rejuvenation. PRFM puts that skin rejuvenation power to work.
What To Expect
The PRFM procedure takes about 45 minutes. Two to three small vials of blood are taken to prepare for the treatment. Following that, the blood is put into a special centrifuge that is designed to isolate platelets from other blood constituents. It is then extracted from the mouth of the vial into a needle. Our providers will then inject the PRFM into the treatment areas.
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The number of treatments needed depends on each individual patient, the desired outcome, and your skin’s condition. However, we generally recommend a series of 4 treatments, every 4 – 6 weeks apart.

In general, results begin to show themselves in three to four weeks as new collagen is built in the treatment areas, and results continue to build for months. The growth factors in PRFM simply act as boosters for skin rejuvenation.

There is little downtime. Immediately after the treatment, there may be redness, bruising, swelling, tenderness and/or itching at or near the injection site. These symptoms are normal and should resolve within a few days. We do not recommend scheduling your appointment right before a big event. With PRFM for under-eye, it is not unusual to have puffiness or discoloration under your eyes. You may have under-eye heaviness for 3-5 days before it begins to subside. As the tissues and collagen beneath the eyes continue to develop for 1-2 months, you will see the benefits of your therapy become more noticeable.

The PRFM treatment is entirely safe, and there are no significant adverse effects to be concerned about. Mild pain, swelling, and soreness are also possible. They can be quickly alleviated by applying topical anesthetic and cold to the treated areas.

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