We use PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) in our practice to soften fine lines, wrinkles, texture, and tone of skin all while boosting your bodies own collagen and elastin in the area. Adding the PRP helps with faster healing time, essentially turbocharging your treatment and results. The goal of PRP therapy is to resolve pain through healing, it could prove to have lasting results. Initial improvement may be seen within a few weeks, gradually increasing as the healing progresses. Research studies and clinical practice have shown PRP therapy to be very effective at relieving pain and returning patients to their normal lives. Both ultrasound and MRI studies have shown definitive tissue repair after PRP therapy, confirming the benefits of this healing process. The need for surgery can also be greatly reduced by treating injured tissues before the damage progresses and the condition is irreversible.
PRP Is Commonly Used With:
- Hair restoration
"Dr. Gorman and his staff are absolutely amazing! They are genuinely nice people and go above and beyond to answer all your questions and make you feel comfortable with getting your surgery. I have never been at a doctor's office that is so warm and inviting. I am so glad I found Dr. Gorman and highly recommend him. I would also like to recommend Lauren for your Botox needs. She is absolutely amazing and so sweet and gentle. I love her so much! Thank you Dr. Gorman and staff! Y'all are the best!"- M.W. / Facebook / Feb 06, 2017
"This guy is a great surgeon. He did a wonderful job. I have a new lease on life because of the good work he did. If you are hesitant, don’t be. I wish I had this work done a decade ago. His staff are also amazing, which is really important! They are the people you will have the most contact with who are able to answer all your questions and concerns. They kept me calm and well informed, they are good listeners and quick to answer any and all questions. I would recommend this doctor 100% from start of process to the conclusion of the healing."- D.P. / Google / Nov 15, 2018
"I am so happy with my results from Dr. Gorman. I had little to no pain after my procedure, and the and the office team was professional, attentive, and kind. I was up and about quickly. Dr Gorman is the BEST! So happy, and I should've done it years earlier!!"- C.H. / Yelp / Oct 25, 2018
"Went in for a facial and it was amazing! I was so relaxed and didn’t want it to end! Already scheduled my next appointment for November! And let’s talk about their products, I have the Revision Skincare Intellishade. It honestly makes my makeup look so flawless and not to mention it’s a 5 in 1 anti-aging tinted moisturizer with 100 % mineral sunscreen. So happy I found them, I’m a client for life!"- S.J. / Google / Oct 24, 2018
"Helen Coquin has treated me with HALO two (2) times now and the results are amazing! I just wish I would've discovered this treatment sooner. Do yourself a HUGE favor and schedule your free consult with Austin PSI today. You WON'T regret it."- T.D. / Google / Oct 23, 2018
We obtain the PRP by first drawing your blood and using the centrifuge to separate the plasma from your red blood cells. The plasma can then be used in addition to several services that we offer here like micro needling, halo, diva, oshot, hair restoration, and injections. For the PRP facial, we start by applying the PRP topically to the skin and perform micro needling over the area to create microchannels.
PRP stimulates collagen growth for facial rejuvenation that helps to improve wrinkles, puffiness under the eyes, as well as enhancing the overall skin tone, texture, and elasticity. Patients may experience mild swelling, redness, and bruising for the first 1-3 days after the procedure. Improvements to the skin usually appear 3-4 weeks after treatment and can last 6-18 months.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- $600 - $1,400
Once PRP is injected, it repairs and regenerates the tissue. Some of the growth factors and other cytokines present in PRP include:
• platelet-derived growth factor
• transforming growth factor beta
• fibroblast growth factor
• vascular endothelial growth factor
• epidermal growth factor
• Interleukin 8
• keratinocyte growth factor
• connective tissue growth factor