Prp (platelet rich plasma): what is the application used for?

It is the abbreviated name of the treatment technique called platelet enriched plasma application.

PRP APPLICATION:

This application is based on the fact that 8 cc of venous blood taken from the patient is placed in a special tube and after keeping it accustomed to the centrifugation process, it is separated into its components and the obtained small amount of platelet-enriched plasma (PRP) is returned to the patient one by one. The application is made by the napping procedure. It takes an average of 30 minutes per area and is painless.

WHAT IS PRP USED FOR?

PRP treatment is a tissue regeneration treatment applied in the treatment of hair loss, rejuvenation of hair follicles and the treatment of wrinkles, acne and blemishes caused by aging.

WHAT IS THE NUMBER OF PRP SESSIONS AND INTERVALS?

6 sessions are applied every 15 days. It is repeated once a year in the form of a single session to ensure permanence.

ARE THERE SIDE EFFECTS OF PRP APPLICATION?

Since this treatment is autologous, that is, it is related to the reintroduction of one’s own cell, there are no random side effects; However, in terms of the expectations of the patients, the practicing physician can support it with other formulas if he deems it necessary.

WHO IS NOT APPLIED TO PRP?

It is not applied in cancer patients and patients with very low thrombocyte levels.

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