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PRF involves processing and re-injecting a patient's blood into specific areas, while PRP uses injections to accelerate the healing process for injured parts of the body. Both procedures require blood samples from the patient, use centrifuges to concentrate platelets, and contain special proteins known as growth factors.


What is it?
Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) are two treatments that have gained popularity in aesthetic medicine. Both are used to treat different aesthetic issues, but the differences between the two treatments lie in their preparation time, platelet concentration, release times, and the use of anticoagulants.

Who is a good candidate? Who is NOT a candidate?
The ideal candidate for PRF is anyone seeking natural rejuvenation without resorting to synthetic fillers or invasive procedures. It's a perfect choice for individuals who wish to combat signs of aging, enhance skin texture, treat hair loss, or speed up wound healing. You are NOT a good candidate for PRP or PRF treatments if you have a blood disorder, bleed easily, or take medicines that stop blood from clotting or thinning.

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