PRP with fat grafting is used for breast enhancement, as well as forehead and cheek augmentation. An increased percentage of PRP used in a fat graft directly increases the percentage of contour restoration that’s maintained.1 PRP also helps the survival and volume retention of autologous fat grafts, including youthful cheek definition and breast fullness that lasts for over a year after the graft.2 Additionally, injecting fat mixed with platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) matrix can help increase fat survival.3
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