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PRP Breast Lift

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) breast lift is a cosmetic procedure that aims to enhance the appearance of the breasts without the need for surgery or implants. This procedure helps with increased firmness and a more youthful contour. It is not intended for significant breast enlargement, and the results are typically more subtle compared to surgical breast augmentation or breast lift procedures.

PRP Breast Lift

Who is a good candidate? Who is NOT a candidate?
Ideal candidates are those seeking modest improvement in breast firmness and contour without the need for breast implants or surgery. Unsuitable candidates may include individuals with extensive sagging or breast ptosis that requires surgical correction. People with certain medical conditions, such as bleeding disorders or active infections in the treatment area, may also not be suitable for the procedure.

How is the treatment done?
The PRP breast lift procedure involves the following steps:
1. Blood Draw: A small amount of the patient's blood is drawn, typically from the arm.
2. PRP Preparation: The blood is processed in a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets and growth factors, creating PRP.
3. Injection: The PRP is injected into specific areas of the breast tissue using fine needles. These injections are intended to stimulate collagen production and promote skin tightening.

How long to see results?
The time to see noticeable results from a PRP breast lift can vary from person to person. Some individuals may start to notice improvements in breast firmness and contour after a few weeks, but the full results may take several months to become apparent.

Why do the procedure/benefits?
The PRP breast lift aims to improve breast appearance by enhancing skin elasticity and firmness without surgery. Benefits can include a modest lifting effect, improved breast contour, and a more youthful appearance. It is a non-surgical alternative to traditional breast lift or augmentation procedures.

How long is recovery? What does it look like? (Bruising, swelling, etc.)
Side effects are minimal, but may include bruising, swelling and tenderness, and there's no downtime.

How often do you have to follow up/maintenance?
The effects of a PRP breast lift are not permanent, and maintenance sessions may be needed to sustain the results. The frequency of these maintenance sessions can vary depending on individual factors, but they are often scheduled every few months or as recommended by Dr. Wei.

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