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Dr. Grodberg suggested we add PRP to my microneedling treatment and I loved the results! The healing time was extremely fast and the PRP seemed to turbocharge the procedure.”—RS, Tenafly

Ask Dr. Goldberg

“Platelet-Rich Plasma, also known as PRP, is a high concentration of your own platelets in a small volume of plasma.  It is obtained by drawing your blood and then centrifuging the blood to concentrate the platelets. Platelets contain a variety of growth factors that may help with healing and  enhance results when applied at the time of a procedure.” —Dr. Michele Grodberg


Eclipse PRP® (the protocol used at MGMD Dermatology) is close to a physiologic pH, which means the PRP product is less likely to cause a stinging or burning sensation. There may be some temporary discomfort or possible redness and inflammation at the application site, but typically quickly resolves. We also use a Zimmer Cooler to cool the skin during the injections which helps with any discomfort.

  • "Step 1: Using a special blood collection tube, we draw a small amount of blood - similar to what is required for a lab test.
  • Step 2: The tube containing your drawn blood is placed into a centrifuge and then spun at a high speed, which causes the platelets to separate from the other blood components.
  • Step 3: Once the platelets are concentrated, they can be applied to the treatment point. PRP can be applied topically to the skin, usually after microneedling or fractional resurfacing, or via injection.”

The blood draw takes a couple of minutes, followed immediately by a 10-minute centrifugation. Application time varies based on the procedure.

"Since the Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is produced from a patient’s own blood, there is virtually no risk of an allergic reaction or rejection."

The process of PRP extraction and certain treatments using PRP have been approved by the FDA.  PRP treatments for hair regrowth, acne scarring, and facial rejuvenation have not yet been specifically approved by the FDA and are currently the subject of numerous scientific studies and research with very promising early results.”

MGMD® Maintenance and Care Regimen

Dr. Grodberg emphasizes post-procedure care and develops and reviews with each patient a customized post-procedure protocol.

Dr. Grodberg brings her extensive experience and deep physicians’s knowledge to follow-up care and has designed standard guidelines as a starting point for most common procedures. If you are planning to add PRP to your skin rejuvenation procedure make sure to drink plenty of water the day before and the day of our procedure since hydration facilitates blood drawing and the amount of plasma available

See below for Dr. Grodberg’s recommendations of products commonly used by patients who get PRP. Click on any product to find out more.  Our popular Alastin Procedure Enhancement Kit contains many products to aid in the recovery after PRP at a significant savings.

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