Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a concentration of platelets prepared from your blood sample that is injected into your body. The protocol is used by trained health professionals around the country to address aesthetic concerns, sports injuries, and more.
Everything has a price, though. Whether you live in Connecticut, or call Texas your home, you will want to get an idea of what to expect when you receive your PRP bill.
Your PRP injection cost may depend on how many injections you need; packages consisting of more than one injection may cost more, and follow-up injections may be priced lower than the first injection. Each practice is different not only in price but also in protocol.
Other factors that may impact your PRP injection bill include how complex your protocol is, whether or not ultrasound guidance or C-Arm equipment is used. Cost may also vary depending on where the injections are being administered (head, knee, etc.), along with the experience of the provider.
Insurance also factors into what you pay – many insurance companies recognize PRP as an experimental treatment and do not cover it under most policies.
Below are price estimates for PRP injections across America, compiled in 2020.
Approximate single injection prices are listed unless otherwise stated, and price ranges are displayed if available:
A PRP Facelift may cost anywhere from about $1,500 to $3,000. This protocol uses PRP along with a hyaluronic acid filler to address wrinkles and other signs of aging on a patient’s face.