PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is one of the most natural ways of rejuvenation. Our skin, which is worn out due to many factors such as sun rays, smoking, pregnancy, stressed life and imbalance of the nutritional system, regains the lost structures thanks to PRP treatment. As it can be used in a wide variety of body areas, it is completely natural because it is a treatment made using the patient’s own blood; It is a useful treatment method that stimulates repair mechanisms.
What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
PRP treatment is done using as little as 10cc of blood taken from your arm by the doctor. This blood taken is rotated at high speed (3000) in a centrifuge device for 9-10 minutes. At the end, it is made by obtaining a strong plasma part from blood cells we call platelets and growth factors we call GF. This plasma is injected into the required skin parts by means of very fine-tipped needles. Thus, the increase of collagen and elastin, which are the main structures that make up our skin, is triggered in the most natural way.
In Which Situations Is PRP Used?
Areas with sagging and wrinkles,
In Which Regions Can PRP Be Applied?
The entire face, including under the eyes
neck and décolleté area,
Number of Sessions
Although it varies from person to person and according to the type of treatment, success is achieved in the middle of an average of 3-6 sessions.
Session Duration and Session Intervals
The duration of the PRP session is 30-40 minutes depending on the size of the area. in progress. Although it varies from person to person, the sessions are held at 2-3 week intervals. Afterwards, sessions are repeated every 7-8 months as the mainstay treatment.
There is no random situation that requires the patient to rest after the treatment. The patient can continue his normal daily life. Sunbathing and solarium should be avoided during PRP treatment. At the end of the treatment, there is no harm in sunbathing after the sensitivity and bruises on the skin get better.