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PRP for scarring: Case study

I’ve often mentioned that Dracula Therapy™ (PRP) is a powerful treatment for scarring. But recently I’ve put it through its paces with a patient who had profound scarring.

You might have heard oMelissa_headshotf Melissa Foreman (pictured), she’s had a lot of coverage in newspapers such as the Daily Mail and The Mirror this year. Just a few years Melissa was 24stone and a size 32.

After weight loss surgery she lost 12stone in weight, but was unfortunately left with large amounts of saggy, excess skin, Melissa described herself as looking ‘like a deflated balloon’. Again she underwent surgery, and several pounds of skin were removed. Melissa was delighted with her new weight and shape; the only problem was the scarring the surgery had left behind.

I was sure that Dracula Therapy would help her, and in March this year Melissa came to see me at my London practice. The three images below show the results. The first picture is pre treatment, the second is just one day after treatment, and the third was taken around three weeks post treatment.


I am extremely happy with this result. But the best person to tell you about it is Melissa:

“Dr Sister’s Dracula Therapy has been life changing. Following intensive reconstructive surgery I was left with extensive scaring on my arms. What Dr Sister has accomplished is nothing short of amazing. I am now confident that I can wear whatever I like, without feeling the need to hide my arms.”

You can read more about Melissa on her own blog. Or follow her on Twitter @NuYouGuru

If you want to know more about Dracula Therapy, or any of my other treatments, then please get in touch. You can comment on this blog post, email me at info@drdanielsister.com tweet me @DrDanielSister or find me on Facebook. I look forward to hearing from you.

To find out why Dracula Therapy™is unique compared to other forms of PRP, take a look at this page.

Photos copyright: Melissa Foreman

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