Platelet is one of the basic cells of the blood, which provides blood coagulation. In addition to providing coagulation, its contribution to the repair and beautification process has led to the use of PRP in many treatments.
What is the purpose of PRP application?
Platelets, which are blood components that contain the “growth factors” required to repair damaged tissues, start a repair process by collecting in this tissue if a damage occurs in the tissues. PRP application has the aim of giving a much larger number of platelets to the target tissue than can be carried by the blood circulation. Since the density of platelets obtained with PRP is 2-4 times higher than that in blood, the repair of damaged tissue begins quickly and strongly after PRP treatment.
How is skin rejuvenation achieved with PRP?
With aging, various physical changes occur in the skin. These leave effects such as injury on the skin and treatments for these effects can be applied in the analysis. Skin rejuvenation and injury treatments are similar treatments in this respect. After laser and peeling applications for minor damages on the skin surface, the beautification process of growth factors is triggered. Dermocosmetic products also enable the elements that restructure our skin or synthetically obtained growth factors to initiate a beautification process. The structure that can repair a damage to the skin in the most effective, fastest and most natural way is again a module of the whole to which the skin relates, therefore, plasma application has developed as a system that activates this power circulating in our veins.
How is the skin regeneration process with PRP?
The blood taken from the person is separated from the platelet-rich part of the blood by a special centrifugation and filtering process. This portion is injected back into the treatment area. Thus, it is ensured that the growth factor remains largely free at the injection site. These, in turn, ensure that skin problems such as wounds, wrinkles, acne scars are eliminated to a large extent and the skin is renewed.
In what form is PRP applied?
– Filling injection
– It is applied in the form of mesotherapy. It can also be prepared as a mask and cream.
How long do PRP sessions take?
In which situations is cell regeneration treatment with PRP effective?
In order to provide rapid restructuring of the skin after applications such as laser and peeling for aesthetic purposes in body parts such as face, neck, arms, hands, inner legs and décolleté.
Depends on years of exposure to UV rays; for the correction of skin wrinkles, removal of depressions, recovery of elasticity and brightness.
In order to ensure control in cases where the quality of wounds, cracks and skin is damaged and it takes a long time to adapt.
In addition, it can be used alone in the treatment of hair loss, or it can be applied to help other techniques.
Is the skin rejuvenation method with PRP a faithful system?
The patient’s own blood is processed with the help of a closed and sterile container, and then the part of the separated blood that is enriched by the platelet is returned to the patient. PRP application is “autologous”, the platelets used are those taken from the patient himself, so there is no risk of contamination from the outside. Apart from these, there is nothing added to the given platelets.
When does the effect of PRP application begin to be seen?
Starting from the first application, an increased healthy appearance and radiance appear on the skin. The effect begins to be seen from the 3rd or 4th application. The results to be obtained as a result of 3 or 4 applications continue to be effective with repeated cures applied every 6-12 months.
Is stem cell therapy with PRP one-to-one?
In the treatment of cell rejuvenation with PRP, the liquid injected in the direction of the platelet does not contain stem cells; but it activates stem cells. With PRP, a reparative effect is provided in the body and a regenerative effect with stem cells.
Can PRP be applied to everyone?
PRP treatment is not applied to individuals with insufficient platelet count and cancer patients.