PRP injections or platelet-rich plasma are a technique involves taking a few millilitres of your blood (with a simple blood test) and centrifuging it during a few minutes. This process allows getting the famous Platelet-Rich Plasma that contains nutrients promoting the natural skin rejuvenation. The platelet-rich plasma fraction can be injected into the dermis of the face, neck, neckline, the back of hands and hair. The result is thicker and suppler skin with fewer wrinkles.
The PRP stimulates hair bulbs and promotes hair growth. Treatment sessions can be repeated every 3 to 6 months.

  • Your skin loses tone, and you are not ready for surgery
  • You would like your skin regains its radiance
  • You do not want to receive an injection of synthetic products
  • You want to strengthen your hair

There are no scars after the therapy.


The first consultation with Dr Thomet will allow you to get to know your surgeon, talk about your personal situation and present your expectations. In order to complete your medical record, she will ask about your medical history, previous operations you may have had, and the list of medicines and allergies.
A physical examination will be carried out with measurements and sometimes photos that will remain confidential and only used for your medical file. At the end of the consultation, Dr Thomet will make a diagnosis and tell you if you are a good candidate for surgery. She will explain to you the contemplated surgical procedure, scar positions, the recovery time and the risks of complications.
After you have had time to think it over, a second consultation will be scheduled, in order to answer your questions and set a surgery date.
An ophthalmological check-up is required before any surgery.


PRP injections are regarded as aesthetic surgery. As a result, they are not covered by health insurance. A cost estimate will be forwarded to you after the first consultation.


PRP injections do not require the use of anaesthesia. However, an anaesthetic cream can be applied one hour before treatment.


PRP injections do not require hospitalisation.


After the injection, you may experience some redness or bruising, but these disappear quickly.


It is recommended to avoid exposure to the sun and excessive heat the week following the injection. Also, physical activity is not recommended during this period.