How do PRP injections work for nonsurgical butt augmentation?
PRP is short for “platelet-rich plasma,” a purified part of your blood cells isolated from the ‘platelet-poor plasma.” (Surprisingly, both PRP and PPP have their benefits, yet here we’re interested in PRP’s ability to produce growth.) PRP is the part of the blood with a high concentration of platelets, i.e., components that trigger your body’s natural healing and growth response.
When injected into the body, PRP activates your body’s natural growth and healing response to promote skin cell regeneration, tissue growth, and blood circulation. During nonsurgical butt augmentation, PRP is injected into strategically-chosen locations around the buttocks to trigger natural growth response, leading to a gradual but steady improvement in your butt’s shape and size. PRP injections activate your body’s natural healing response rather than injecting a foreign agent, so the results are slower to appear, but they’re long-lasting and natural.
What happens during the nonsurgical butt augmentation procedure?
Step one in a nonsurgical butt augmentation is the preparation of PRP. We’ll draw a small amount of your blood, no more than the amount usually taken during diagnostic exams. Your blood sample is then processed, purified, and placed in a centrifuge to produce PRP.
After purification, we will then deliver the PRP into strategically-selected sites around your buttocks. The regions are chosen carefully to produce the desired shape and results.
The number of injections and the treatment's overall duration depends entirely on your current physique and your expectations. For best results, we’ll likely recommend multiple sessions spread over several weeks.