The well-known Los Angeles specialists will be performing the treatments for two specific purposes, skin rejuvenation on the facial and upper and lower neck areas and restoring thinning hair or a receding hairline.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2017
Southern California based health and beauty medical group Beverly Hills Physicians (BHP) has announced that it will be offering platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatments for skin rejuvenation and hair restoration. Dr. Kevin Hayavi and Dr. David S. Rosenberg will provide the treatments, which employ the patient’s own blood plasma that has been enriched through the use of a centrifuge. The well-known Los Angeles specialists will be performing the treatments for two specific purposes, skin rejuvenation on the facial and upper and lower neck areas and restoring thinning hair or a receding hairline.
BHP notes that PRP skin rejuvenation treatments are most commonly performed on cheeks, the mid-facial area, below the eyes, the neck and the lower neck area (décolletage) to deal with skin that appears wrinkled and/or thin. It can also be used for reducing the visibility of scars. Treatments typically involve drawing the patient’s blood, using a centrifuge to separate the elements of the blood and create plasma that is higher in platelets, and then injecting it into specific areas of the skin. At that point, the platelets attract stem cells and encourage the body to produce a number of healing proteins and enzymes. The overall result is significant improvement in the texture and thickness of the skin. BHP adds that, while patients are typically delighted with their results, PRP treatments should not be thought of as substitute for facelifts or other facial rejuvenation techniques. However, the treatment does offer solid results with minimal downtime and side effects.
BHP says that hair restoration, similar to the skin rejuvenation treatments, is performed through a series of enriched plasma injections into the scalp, which stimulates new growth for female and male patients with thinning hair or receding hairlines. The medical group adds that new hair growth is usually seen within two to six months with the treatment. BHP adds that the results of the treatment look natural precisely because they are natural, and are an attractive alternative to highly involved hair transplants, frequently ineffective over-the-counter treatments, and often unconvincing hair weaves. BHP adds that the large majority of patients report highly satisfying results and few notable side effects.
Readers who are interested in learning more about either hair restoration or facial/skin rejuvenation or other health and beauty treatments, including plastic surgery and injectables, are welcomed to contact BHP at 800-788-1416. They can also visit the medical group’s website at http://www.BeverlyHillsPhysicians.com.