Dr Matthew WH Cai

maintain healthy skin and youthful look

enhance and bring out the best of their beauty

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Dr Matthew W H Cai

maintain healthy skin and youthful look

enhance and bring out the best of their beauty

PRP (platelet rich plasma) contains growth factors to accelerate the healing process and reduce inflammation. To develop PRP, blood is drawn from a patient and is spun down (centrifuged) to remove red blood cells. The sample is then converted to a platelet-rich fibrin matrix (PRFM) through a process that protects the platelets and helps keep the platelets at the

location where injected. PRP is widely utilized for various procedures.

But in our practice, PRP is used most commonly for hair restoration

and microneedling.

PRP Facial with Microneedling

For microneedling , the PRP is applied to the skin at the end of the

microneedling procedure. The PRP is absorbed into the micro-channels

created by the treatment, which aides in the healing and rejuvenation

process as the body creates new collagen. 

 

PRP Hair Restoration

For hair restoration, PRP is injected into the scalp where hair is thinning

in an effort to increase the duration of the growth cycle of the

hair follicles. The recommended treatment schedule is 4 treatments

spaced 2-4 weeks apart.

There have been no known side effects reported to date. As with any injectable procedure, some patients may experience some mild and temporary irritation, swelling, bruising, itching, discoloration or tenderness at the injection site.

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Dr Matthew W. H . Cai

General Practitioner, Skin Cancer Doctor, Cosmetic Physician

B.Med., B.App.Sc., M. Med( Skin Cancer Medicine)., FRACGP, Cert. Skin Cancer (Skin Cancer College Australasia), Dip. Aesthetic Medicine USA., Cert. Aesthetic Medicine USA., AMAC (Australian Medical Acupuncture College)Fellowship.

Dr Cai's main interests are skin cancer lesions, minor surgeries, cosmetic injectables and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) sports injuries injection.

Monday  8am -2pm 

Tuesday  11am -5pm

Thursday 11am -5pm 

Saturday 8am -1pm