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Little Johnny is watching his Mom rubbing cold cream on her face and he asks “Why are you rubbing that stuff on your face”? His mother replies “ To make myself beautiful Johnny”. A few minutes later she starts rubbing the cream off with a tissue. Johnny says to her “Whats the matter, are you giving up”?



My Name is Dr. Robert McGrath and I am the Medical Director at Juventix Regenerative Medical. Americans, both young and old, spend billions of dollars a year on creams and treatments in search of a more youthful appearance. Botox, fillers, chemical peels, laser treatments the list goes on and on. All in search of the “Fountain of Youth”. Most of these treatments are temporary at best and long-term use could have significant side effects.

Do you know, fillers alone can ruin your face? Excessive use of fillers can result in long term damage including wrinkling of the lip area, scar tissue formation and disturbance of the facial fat pads. In fact, long term use of deep facial fillers can cause permanent damage to the lymphatic system of your face. Although dermal fillers are an excellent way to provide  temporary reduction for lines and wrinkles they have side effects.

What’s the alternative?

Explain to your patients, Youth is in your blood and you have the solution to unleash the magical powers.

Platelet-Rich-Plasma and Platelet-Rich-Fibrin is the answer. PRP has been proven to promote wound healing and aide in facelift, volumetric skin, skin rejuvenation, regeneration and reconstruction. The aesthetic dermatology literature is replete with studies confirming the multiple uses of these autologous products. The vast majority of studies show a significant and measurable effect on cellular changes, wound healing and facial aesthetic outcomes with the use of platelet derived products both topical and injectable. No allergic reactions, no side effects and no long-term damage!

Platelet-Rich-Plasma has been used for many years in dermatology and aesthetics. The second generation, Platelet-Rich-Fibrin has now evolved as the new safe substitute for fillers.

I am proud to represent this proven treatment.

Juventix has a FDA approved method to extract PRP and process it to PRF without the use of chemical additives. It is a simple, cost effective and easily accomplished in office procedure. Once obtained, the PRF can then be injected into the areas where filler was previously used.

If you want to offer your patients an alternative to fillers, one with no side effects, no allergic reactions and no long term sequela, the Juventix has your answer.

Youth is in your blood, harness the magical power with Juventix


Regerative Regards,

Dr. Robert McGrath



Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin for Facial Rejuvenation

27 Aug 2020


Autologous Platelet derived preparations have been used in many surgical fields to improve healing outcomes with benefits reported in several aesthetic indications.

This single center prospective uncontrolled study evaluated the efficacy of injectable Platelet-Rich-Fibrin for facial rejuvenation using an objective skin analysis system and validated patient reported outcome measures.

Conclusion: This study demonstrates that intradermal injection of PRF is a safe intervention that is associated with favorable objective facial skin outcomes and patient satisfaction

The Benefits of Platelet-Rich-Fibrin

2019 Aug:27(3):331-340

Dol:10.1016/j.fsc.2019.03.005.   PMID: 31280847

Platelet-Rich-Fibrin(PRF) is a next generation autologous platelet therapy with immense potential in several medical fields. In cosmetic medicine, PRF is useful in wound healing and skin rejuvenation as a primary and supplemental technique owing to its fibrin matrix, cellular components and prolonged release of growth factors. PRF is simple to obtain, inexpensive and may be administered topically, injected or in conjunction with other aesthetic procedures. In this regard, PRF possesses diverse and increasingly pertinent capacities in aesthetic medicine and surgery.

Injectable Platelet-Rich-Fibrin(PRF): The newest biomaterial and its use in various dermatological conditions in our practice: A case series

2021 May;20(5):1421-1426.

Dol:10.1111/jocd.13742      PMID: 32996229

Injectable Platelet-Rich-Fibrin is a second generation, fully autologous blood derived biomaterial having a three dimensional fibrin network , like that of PRF clot, while retaining fluid nature just like Platelet -Rich-Plasma(PRP). Along with platelets and its growth factors, injectable PRF predominately has collagen type-1, lymphocytes along with their growth factors. Preparation of injectable PRF is simple and requires minimal instrumentation and materials making it a cost- effective product. We have been using this biomaterial in the conditions where PRP and PRF clot are currently being used like androgenic alopecia, periorbital rejuvenation, temporary filler material and as an agent to promote wound healing with favorable results favorable

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