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How to choose the best Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Kit


For an incredibly straightforward process, the science of Platelet-Rich Plasma extraction has been surrounded by scores of debating researchers for over a decade about the composition and the method. Today, we’re going to clear up all of that by helping you choose the best Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) kit.

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How To Perform A Low-Cost Platelet-Rich Plasma Facelift


As any face-lift-performing cosmetic surgeon quickly learns, a surgical facelift procedure is a hard-sell even for those who are desperate for it. The entire process is a challenge not just in your surgical skills but also in your knowledge of facial geometry. That’s why the simpler, more low-cost and natural procedures like Platelet-Rich Plasma Facelift has become very popular these days.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma Centrifuge Process For 1 Million/uL Concentration

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PRP Injection For Plantar Fasciitis: The Ultimate Guide [Infographic]


Plantar Fasciitis, also known as jogger’s heel, affects about 3 million people in the US every year. It’s one of the most common causes for foot pain and affects the plantar fascia — the thick band of tissue that connects the bottom of your heel to your toes.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma For Male Sexual Regeneration [INFOGRAPHIC]


“It’s the next big thing in cosmetic surgery,” Dr. Eric Berger, a Midtown West physician tells the New York Post. He started giving the Platelet-Rich Plasma shot three months ago and now administers about six shots a month. The treatment which takes about 30-minutes comes with a price tag of $2500 each.

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Smart Doctor’s Guide To Platelet Rich Plasma Injections [INFOGRAPHIC]


Dr. Grant Cordone of New York University’s Langone Medical Center says, many potential surgeries are avoided by PRP injections. And lack of concrete evidence shouldn’t stop you from trying PRP before putting the patient under the knife. Plus there’s known side effects. So why not?

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