Lubbock Plastic Surgery Institute

Dr. Robert Schmid & Dr. R. Clark Mooty

PRP Therapy in Lubbock, TX

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About PRP Therapy

Lubbock Plastic Surgery Institute is proud to provide platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy at our Lubbock, TX facility to help improve your appearance and amplify your health naturally. PRP therapy is one of the hottest health and wellness procedures in the industry due to its natural method and promising results. The procedure uses a patient's very own plasma to stimulate the natural healing properties from deep within, promoting the body to self-heal common health issues, like hair loss, incontinence, and sexual dysfunction. For more information about PRP therapy, contact Lubbock Plastic Surgery Institute in Lubbock, TX to schedule a consultation. Our team is excited to discuss all the benefits of PRP and how it can help improve your overall health and happiness.

Procedure Technique

Before your specific PRP therapy treatment begins, a small amount of blood will be taken from your arm and placed in a centrifuge machine. Typically, we draw around four tablespoons of blood. After about 15 minutes, the components of the blood separate and are then ready for use. We will place your concentrated plasma into a syringe and inject it into the predetermined locations. The procedure typically only takes around five minutes, but this will vary in each patient.

The PRP therapy treatments offered at Lubbock Plastic Surgery Institute include:

Hair Restoration PRP is injected into the scalp, triggering natural hair growth and increasing the blood supply to the hair follicles.
O-Shot® Also called the orgasm shot, the O-Shot is a PRP procedure that involves injecting plasma into the vagina to improve stress incontinence and sexual dysfunction.
Urinary Incontinence For this treatment, your PRP is injected into the pelvic floor, prompting your body's natural healing process and improving urinary functions.

What to Expect

Plasma from PRP therapy naturally promotes the production of collagen and natural healing properties from within your tissues. As it uses your own blood, there is no risk of allergic or adverse reactions. You can expect the treatment area to be a bit red after PRP therapy as some traces of red blood cells can make it into the injection. Cold packs can be used on the treatment site to ease any discomfort or minor swelling. We recommend you undergo treatments every 4 – 6 weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does PRP therapy cost?
The cost of your PRP therapy will depend on which treatment is being performed and the number of sessions that are believed to be needed to achieve your desired result. Lubbock Plastic Surgery Institute accepts a number of payment methods to help make it simpler to pay for your procedure.

How long do results from PRP therapy last?
The results of your treatment will appear gradually. The length of time your results last will depend on many factors, including your lifestyle and the severity of your condition. In most cases, touch-up treatments are recommended to maintain your results.

What are the risks and complications of PRP therapy?
The risks and side effects of PRP are very minor and include minor and temporary bruising and swelling. The treatment area itself may be red and tender for a short period of time following treatment.

Is PRP therapy painful?
A very thin needle is used to perform your PRP therapy. Additionally, a small needle is used to remove blood from your arm prior to treatment. While these two factors may cause a minor prick, the procedures are not considered painful.

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