1.  What is PRP?

PRP, platelet rich plasma, treatment is derived from a patient’s own blood and is a concentration of isolated vital blood components, which scientific studies have shown to assist in the repair and accelerated healing process of injured areas of collagen, bone and tissue.

2.  How does PRP work?

Your own blood contains stem cells and growth factors which help to repair bone and tissue, stimulate the growth of collagen, and promote elasticity of the skin. As we age, we lose collagen and elasticity in the skin. With PRP, we restore skin color, texture, tone and elasticity to that of a younger age.

3.  Is PRP treatment safe?

Yes.  PRP is derived from your own blood and therefore it is safe to place back into you.  As of today, there have been over 20,000 published papers relating to PRP.  There have been no reports of serious side effects.  Minor bruising and infection are rare possibilities.

4.  How effective is PRP?

Your own blood contains stem cells and growth factors which help to repair tissue and stimulate the growth of collagen and tissue. Though results may vary, much of the success  appears to be related to physician technique and the equipment and process utilized to obtain the PRP.  Dr. Deano’s success is attributed to being a highly, trained member of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association. He utilizes a PRP extraction process which provides  one of the highest PRP concentrations available.

5.  How long does PRP last?

The length of time that PRP lasts depends on several factors.  In general, it can last 12-24 months or longer. In individuals that smoke, PRP repairs less efficiently and has been shown not to last as long as those who do not smoke.

6.  Why would I choose PRP over surgery?

There are over 20,000 reesearch papers on the benefits and impressive healing power of PRP.  Dr. Deano’s personal clinical experience parallels many of the research findings.  In many instances, by incorporating PRP as a treatment:

  • Surgery can be avoided.
  • Healing can be accelerated.
  • And PRP has been shown to improve the intended outcome when surgery is elected.

7.  What are some of the ways in which I could use PRP in my health care plan?

The uses of PRP are increasing on a daily basis.  In fact, Dr. Deano is pioneering advancements in its use.  Areas which are currently treated are:

  • tendinitis
  • female bladder leakage
  • facial aging
  • skin wrinkling
  • facial lines
  • acne scarring
  • scar revision
  • muscle tears
  • muscle strains
  • erectile dysfunction
  • vaginal dryness
  • vaginal tissue
  • improving surgical outcomes
  • regrowing thinning/balding hair
  • more…

8.  What is an O-Shot®?

The O-Shot® is a medical procedure that utilizes PRP (your own blood) to regrow vaginal tissue and allow more blood flow to vaginal nerve endings.

9.  Does the O-Shot® hurt?

Dr. Deano uses a specially made, powerful and effective topical anesthetic to numb the area to be treated.  Most individuals feel minimal to no discomfort.

10.  What is a Priapus® or P-Shot®?

The P-Shot® is a medical procedure that utilizes PRP (your own blood) to regrow penile tissue and allow more blood flow to nerve endings.

11.  Does the P-Shot® hurt?

Dr. Deano uses a specially made, powerful and effective topical anesthetic to numb the area to be treated.  Most individuals feel minimal to no discomfort.

12.  What is the Vampire Facelift®?

With the Vampire Facelift®, we restore skin color, texture, tone and elasticity to that of a younger age. PRP is used with dermal fillers.  PRP and fillers are injected into the face to achieve a nonsurgical facelift that lasts 18-24 months.

13.  How much blood is needed for PRP?

Depending on the area to be treated, usually just 20-60 mls of blood is needed.

 

  1. How effective is PRP for hair restoration?
  2. How long has PRP been around?
  3. What is a Vampire Facelift®?
  4. How much does the Vampire Facelift® cost?
  5. What is the difference between a Vampire Facelift® and a Vampire Facial®?
  6. What is the O-Shot®?
  7. How does the O-Shot® work?
  8. How many O-Shot®’s do I have to have?
  9. How long does the O-Shot® last?
  10. How much does the O-shot® cost?
  11. What is the P-Shot®?
  12. How long does the P-Shot® last?
  13. How many P-Shot®’s would I have to have?
  14. Does the P-Shot® work with ED?
  15. Does the P-Shot® work with diabetes? hypertension?
  16. Will I still need Viagra if I get the P-Shot®?
  17. How much does the P-Shot® cost?
  18. Will PRP help with injuries? arthritis?
  19. Why would I get a Vampire Facelift® vs. Botox?
  20. How much is the Vampire Facial®?
  21. How does the Vampire Breastlift® work?
  22. How much does the Vampire Breastlift® cost?
  23. If I already like my face, why should I consider doing anything to it?
  24. What is IV Vitamin Therapy?
  25. When should I get IV Vitamin Therapy?
  26. Does the Hair Treatment work if I have been bald for a long time?
  27. How many hair treatments do I need?
  28. How often do I have to get a hair treatment?
  29. What if my hair does not grow after I get a hair treatment?
  30. How much does the Hair Treatment cost?
  31. What is the Hair Treatment like?