Lansdale area practice offers CIT treatment
At the Dermatology and Skin Care Institute, with locations in Fort Washington and Lansdale, dermatologist Dr. Aradhna Saxena is excited to provide patients a wide selection of state-of-the-art procedures. This includes CIT-PRP treatment.
What is CIT-PRP?
CIT-PRP is an acronym for Collagen Induction Therapy with Platelet-Rich Plasma. The idea behind CIT-PRP is to address signs of aging in the complexion, including thin skin, fine lines and wrinkles, and dark under eye circles. Treatment stimulates the body’s natural production of collagen. Patients may also choose this therapy for improvement in hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and other skin issues.
What are the benefits of CIT-PRP?
There are many advantages to using CIT-PRP treatment to address issues such as poor skin texture and tone. The primary benefit is the chance to improve the aesthetics of the skin with a natural and efficient treatment. CIT-PRP uses the body’s own response system to restore and rejuvenate the face. Additionally, CIT-PRP is actually more affordable than many professional alternatives. Treatment provides noticeable results after a series of 3 treatments performed under a CIT-PRP protocol developed by Dr. Saxena for optimal enhancement. The treatment is minimally invasive and is well tolerated by most patients. This solution has little or no downtime or risk of scarring.
Ready for a consultation appointment?
Dr. Saxena is pleased to provide CIT-PRP services as well as many other medical and cosmetic dermatology options. She has two convenient practice locations – Lansdale (1240 S. Broad Street, Suite 200), and Fort Washington (455 Pennsylvania Ave #127). Dr. Saxena encourages patients to contact the practice closest to them to request an appointment and discuss their skin and body concerns with a dedicated professional and helpful, friendly staff.