Since the first dermatologists isolated platelet rich plasma from people's blood, they've developed many uses…
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma and the treatment has been used in medicine for decades already. Essentially, the positive effects of the treatment focus on wound healing and tissue repair and rejuvenation. This makes the treatment PRP highly efficient when it comes to cosmetic purposes. The treatment is very useful in different medical areas such as dentistry, ophthalmology, orthopedics, and even neurosurgery. In that respect, every clinic can benefit immensely from introducing PRP therapy the standalone procedure or additional treatment to dermal fillers.
Platelet Rich Plasma treatment boosts the body’s ability to heal itself, thus increasing the efficiency of skin repair and rejuvenation. PRP requires the use of an FDA-approved isolation kit. Injecting this concentration into the skin quickens and improves the natural process of tissue regeneration.
The Benefits of PRP Training
It’s only logical that you need to put some serious thought into introducing a new treatment to your own clinic, especially if you already have an aesthetic practice and perform Botox and Dermal Fillers already. The whole PRP training course doesn’t last too long but it can make a significant difference for your clinic and improve the services you already offer overall.
Keep in mind the following benefits of cosmetic PRP:
- The treatment is getting more popular every day, as it is a great procedure for everyone who wants to improve their skin texture and fight the first signs of aging.
- PRP is also rather cost-effective, which is a definite bonus for your clients regarding the procedure’s efficiency.
- PRP is generally a great solution for delicate areas around the eyes which tend to be a bit more challenging to treat with traditional treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers.
- Everyone can receive cosmetic PRP, regardless of their skin type.
- PRP is a popular solution for patients who are looking for a natural and safe cosmetic treatment as it doesn’t involve artificial products.
- The downtime is relatively short, but the procedure provides long-lasting results.
Everything You Need to Know About Getting a PRP Certification
The training is provided to eligible professionals: These include doctors (MD’s and DO’s), nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and DDS or DMD. You can also chat with us at PracticalCME to learn more about the training if you’re a licensed medical provider outside of the US.
Interested professionals can apply for our live PRP training course which can be performed in different settings across the country, with no more than 6 medical providers during the training. At Practical CME, we want to make things easier for you so that you don’t have to go through too much trouble looking up “PRP treatment near me”, and similar.
It’s also possible to combine fast track online learning with the live training if that suits your needs better. Thanks to the provided online material, you can start your Platelet Rich Plasma preparation as soon as it works for you.
PracticalCME training courses also include 7.5 AMA/AAFP CME Credits through the Comprehensive Cosmetic PRP Facial and Facelift CME Training.
What You’ll Learn
Upon completion of the PracticalCME’s PRP training course, this course will allow you to learn everything about the procedure so that you can start using the treatment in your own clinic.
Your learning process will focus on the following:
- What Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is
- The function of platelets in regarding growth
- Pros and cons of different PRP isolation devices
- General benefits of PRP
- Facelift techniques and protocols using cosmetic PRP
- Facials techniques and protocols using cosmetic PRP together with micro-needling
- Applying PRP to different body areas
- Smooth PDO Threads with PRP
- Combining PRP with Botox and dermal fillers
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