PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
PRP can enhance hair restoration and other cosmetic plastic surgery procedures.
The first part of the process is to start with a consultation where we discuss what you’re looking to achieve and assess your skin. Once a direction is agreed upon it’s time for your first session.
A small amount of your blood is taken and processed to extract the platelet rich plasma component. Topical freezing medication is placed on the areas to be injected. The number of sessions required ranges according to individual responses.
PRP can help with:
Both men and women experience thinning hair and hair loss with age and hormone changes. Your PRP (from the small amount of blood that was drawn) is injected into the area of thinning hair, such as your scalp, your eyebrows, and even beard, mustache, or side burns!
A series of PRP injections with micro needling or laser resurfacing can improve the appearance of stretch marks resulting from pregnancy or weight loss.
When your own blood is injected back into your skin, the body naturally begins a healing process that helps rid of acne scars. We often recommend PRP as an add-on therapy to laser acne scar treatments, to deliver the best results possible to our acne scar patients.
Increase sexutal pleasure (O-Shot)
The orgasm shot, or O-Shot, this treatment involves injecting the clitoris, labia, and G-spot with platelet rich plasma — a substance in your blood that contains healing proteins called growth factors. Dr Kim trained with the originator of the shot, an is the exclusive provider in the Kingston region.
Who is this for?
PRP is an excellent procedure for someone looking for help with hair loss, acne scars, stretch marks, and/or increase sexual pleasure (O-Shot).
Preparation & Aftercare
Leading up to the procedure, discontinue anti-inflammatory medications, blood-thinning medication, and steroids. On the day of your procedure, eat a full, healthy breakfast and be sure to drink plenty of water.
After your treatment, there is a chance you’ll experience some mild to moderate pain or discomfort at the injection site. This is normal, and it is a sign that your body is healing as it adjusts to the injection. It is best to stay hydrated and drink plenty of water to help promote healing.