What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma, Platelet-rich plasma fluid. It can be explained as the blood taken from the person is subjected to a process called centrifuge and the cells called platelets (platelets) are separated and injected into the person.
The importance of cells called thrombocytes is that they contain many growth factors that provide the healing of a tissue damage. The purpose of PRP application is to give more platelets to the target tissue than can be transported by blood circulation. Growth factors released from these cells that break down at the place of injection activate the cells called fibroblasts, which are responsible for the production of collagen and elastin tissue.
Platelet cells secrete growth factors, allowing the cells to repair and heal wounds. In addition, the secreted growth factors increase the production of collagen and new capillary vessels and provide the renewal and revitalization of the skin.
PRP can be applied as mesotherapy or by rubbing it into the skin after roller / dermapen.
What are PRP Application Areas?
- To improve wrinkles on face, neck, décolleté and hands, to remove depressions, to restore flexibility and brightness.
- Immediately after applications such as Laser, Peeling, Radiofrequency, Roller, in order to ensure rapid reconstruction of the skin
- Spot treatment
- ıt can be applied alone or in combination with hair mesotherapy for hair loss.
Which Areas Is It Applied?
It is applied in all areas that have aging problems and can be a solution.
- The whole face, including detention
- Neck and décolleté area
- Hair roots
- Hip area
- On hand
Who is PRP Applied to?
PRP treatment is a treatment that can be applied to all age groups and genders. Persons that should not be applied;
- Pregnant womens
- People with coagulation disorders
- People with platelet count and dysfunction
- Cancer patients
Session Duration and Session Intervals
Although the number of sessions lasts for an average of 3-6 sessions, it can vary from person to person and according to the type of treatment.
PRP session duration takes 30-40 minutes depending on the size of the area. Although it varies from person to person, the sessions are held every 2-3 weeks. Afterwards, sessions are repeated every 7-8 months as supportive treatment.
Things to Consider After PRP Treatment
After PRP treatment, the patient can return to his daily life immediately. Rest of the patient etc. There is no situation that requires.
During PRP treatment, solarium should be avoided.
Is PRP Treatment Risky?
In PRP treatment, since the serum obtained with the person’s own blood is injected, it does not pose any risk of allergic reactions.