PRP (Plasma Rich Platelet)
It is an application of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) which is dissociated after centrifuge of the blood drawn and taken to a special tube. Prp is applied by using mesotherapic method or roller and it stimulates the production of fibroblast, collagen and elastin.
Area of application
- Tightening skin pores
- Reducing wrinkles
- Treatment of acne scars
- Under eye bags and dark circles
- Vanishing of sun and aging spots
- Hair loss
Where is the PRP applied?
It can be applied to every area that has a problem; face, neck, low-neck, hands and scalp.
When are the outcomes of PRP observed?
It takes 3-4 weeks after the treatment. Reducing in spots, shine, brightness and tightening on the skin and hair re-growth are some of the outcomes of PRP.
Outcomes of PRP
Shine and bright skin is observed. Whitening of aging and sun spots on the face, fixing of under eye bags and dark circles occur. Vanishing of lines is another outcome of PRP.
PRP application in hair treatment
It is suggested especially in the case of hair loss, being limp and weak. It is applied in order to strengthen the hair follicle before and after the process of hair transplantation.
Side effects of PRP
During the process of drawing blood and implementation of dissociated serum, skin redness can be observed for a short time. While applying, sterilization and hygiene should be taken into consideration. There is no risk of allergic reaction.
How many sessions of PRP should be applied?
3-4 sessions at 2 week intervals will be enough. Afterwards, treatment can be applied once in a month as well as 2 sessions at the beginning of summer and winter.
Cost of PRP
The most significant detail is the quality of tube. The quality is directly associated with the number of platelets obtained after the centrifuge process. The ideal number is 250-300 thousand.
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