Vampire Scar Repair Treatment®
Are you embarrassed by visible keloid, surgical, or acne scars on your skin? Do you wish you could turn back the hands of time and restore your skin to its former glory? At University Dermatology Center, we offer a simple and non-surgical solution in the form of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, also sometimes referred to as Vampire Scar Repair Treatment®. This state-of-the art, non-invasive skin treatment procedure can help rejuvenate your confidence and provide the stunning results you have always wanted.
How Does PRP Therapy Work?
Platelets are a natural part of your own blood that help blood clot and assist the healing process via natural substances called “growth factors”. When a person’s blood is extracted, these platelets can be separated by being put into a centrifuge and subsequently re-injected into a person’s scars, essentially encouraging the body to heal itself. Over the period of a few weeks, your body will begin to naturally repair your scars by developing new, healthy tissue in the targeted areas.
With PRP therapy, there will be:
- No stitches
- No laser burns
- No wounds
To minimize your concerns of pain, we apply a numbing cream to your skin to ensure it to be as painless as possible and to aid your comfort during the procedure. In fact, most patients report not feeling anything at all! The procedure itself can take as little as 20 minutes and is extremely safe. Since PRP is created from your own blood, there is no chance for any unwanted allergic reactions as well. Any tenderness after the procedure should dissipate quickly, and you will be able to resume normal makeup wear immediately after treatment.
Achieve the Skin of Your Dreams at UDC
If you are ready to take the first step towards attaining smooth, healthy looking skin, we highly encourage you to consider electing for PRP scar revision therapy. We only provide the finest restorative and preventative treatments, and we are proud to offer this groundbreaking cosmetic treatment. Our compassionate and highly trained staff can help you create a comprehensive treatment plan that best fits your needs.