Platelet Rich Plasma Breast Lift

Fort Lauderdale PRP Breast Lift Doctor, Bart K. Gershenbaum, D.O., now offers the newest treatment for Breast Lifts for women. The new Breast Lifts for women, using Platelet Rich Plasma therapy has been found to be successful in treating women.

In today’s world it seems, to many of us women, as though a new standard of what beauty is has been defined by the entertainment industry, the modelling industry, and society in general. Women feel more pressured to look younger to measure up to this new standard of beauty. For many women these days growing old gracefully feels like it is no longer an option. For the women who want to look and feel their very best and are unwilling to undergo surgery to achieve these results there is a new revolutionary treatment that is being used by doctors called Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Breast Lift. In the newly minted market of Anti-Aging treatments Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is a relatively new treatment that women are now using to freshen up their look, to promote the growth of new skin cells and collagen, and to enhance the body’s processes. Because it uses the patient’s own blood there is really no risk of adverse reactions as the procedure enhances processes that are already at work within your body.

Having a non-surgical procedure than can enhance and improve breast shape and roundness and improving the skin quality and color of the breasts is now an affordable option for women who want to feel and look their best but are unwilling to undergo surgery to obtain such results. For these women, exploring the possibilities and improvement s that Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Breast Lifts offers is worth taking a look at.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy has been used to treat sports injuries for several decades. Although blood is mainly a liquid (called plasma), it also contains small solid components (red cells, white cells, and platelets.) The platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood. However, platelets also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries. While using PRP to treat injuries there have been no adverse outcomes in any of the patients that have used this method, either for the healing of a sports injury, for the PRP facelift, or the PRP sexual dysfunction treatments for both men and women.

PRP is plasma with many more platelets than what is typically found in blood. The concentration of platelets — and, thereby, the concentration of growth factors — can be 5 to 10 times greater (or richer) than usual.

Platelet rich plasma is created by using the patient’s own blood. The blood is withdrawn, as with any regular blood draw, and then is separated into two different parts; one part being the red blood cells (and various other components), while the other part is a concentrated mix of growth factors and platelets, with the result being platelet rich plasma. This is done through a process of centrifuge while the patient is at the doctor’s office and prior to the procedure.

PRP stimulates your own collagen to grow and attracts healing agents and stem cells to the treated areas to promote this growth and healing facet of the procedure. PRP is used for adding volume, whether to the face, the breasts or the buttocks. Counted among the many benefits of plasma rich platelet therapy is the short amount of down time, the lack of incisions, minimal discomfort, using your own blood as a natural source, and gradual natural effects.

Instead of going under the knife to achieve firmer, perkier and more youthful breasts, this new product and procedure on the market is one that promises to turn back the clock. Doctors have recently started using PRP to see if it could create fuller, perkier cleavage, and, in so doing, the PRP breast lift was born. By drawing, spinning, and reinserting blood back into the breasts to lift up saggy boobs, increase the shape and look of cleavage, fix inverted nipples, erase stretch marks, and increase breast and nipple sensitivity, it offers women a non-surgical approach to breast improvement. Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy may be the procedure you have been waiting for. When Platelet Rich Plasma is injected into the patient’s skin, multi-potent stem cells become activated and go to the sites of the injections to grow new tissue, including collagen, fatty tissue, and blood vessels, essentially rejuvenating itself and creating fuller breasts.

The Platelet Rich Plasma breast lift is not a replacement for implants. After undergoing the breast lift, patients can expect their breasts to appear perkier and rounder; any scars or stretch marks should be less visible, and nipples may be more sensitive. The entire procedure only takes about 15 minutes and is no more painful than having blood drawn at the doctor’s office.

Blood is drawn from the patient. This is then extracted and the platelets are separated from the red blood cells using a high-tech centrifuge machine. Next the platelets are stimulated to produce growth factors — proteins which lead to cell renewal — and then this is what is then re-injected into the breasts. There is a slight stinging sensation as the PRP is injected into the breasts but only occurs during the actual procedure. These growth factors are then used by the body as they would be for healing wounds. They stimulate new collagen, cell growth and blood flow as though the body had suffered an injury. The concentration of the platelets speeds up the process of rejuvenation ten-fold. Compared to what naturally occurs in the body’s rate of healing in the natural process this treatment offers a quicker, more concentrated rate of healing and rejuvenation. There’s also no down time and although full results take about two months to fully process a difference is noticeable in a few days. The treatment lasts a year, or longer, and in some women, the results are permanent.

PRP strengthens and restores the skin, the muscles, and the fascia of the breast, healing stretch marks, enhancing color and vitality of the skin, and stimulating mild to moderate enlargement and lift. Women suffering from loss of nipple sensation,often get their sensation back. Those suffering from complications of surgical breast implants, such as rippling and loss of fullness, can receive correction through the PRP Breast Lift procedure.

As stated, the Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy breast lift is not a replacement for implants for breast enlargement. It is a process to restore fullness and roundness to the breasts which can produce better, healthier looking cleavage. After undergoing the PRP breast lift patients can expect their breasts to appear perkier and rounder. PRP therapy can also make any scars or stretch marks on the breasts less visible, and your nipples may become more sensitive. Clearly, this is not meant to take the place of a surgical enlargement. Instead, it’s simply a procedure to make one’s breasts appear more youthful.

There are two different types of candidates who are perfect for the procedure: women who have natural breasts who want extra roundness without an increase in cup size, and women who have implants but are looking to correct small defects or round the areas around the implant so the breasts look more natural.

It seems like just yesterday that the Platelet Rich Plasma facelift was the latest, greatest thing in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to make the headlines. Now, the cosmetic world is abuzz with news that the same technique involving your own plasma can replace a traditional breast lift.

Since this is a relatively new procedure there have not been many studies done to evaluate the efficacy of the procedure. However, women’s ‘before and after’ photos and their happiness with the results of the procedure speak volumes about the level of success of this treatment. Many women will be grateful for a simple procedure that can improve the look of their breasts and the quality of skin in their cleavage.