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What is PRP?

PRP is the abbreviation of the treatment system called “platelet rich plasma-platelet enriched plasma application”. In this application, a small amount of blood taken from the individual is placed in a special tube and centrifuged. The small amount of “platelet-enriched plasma” that is separated into its components and obtained is given back to the individual by injection.

What is the goal of PRP application?

Platelets, also known as platelets, are blood components that contain the ‘growth factors’ necessary to repair the damaged tissue in our body and return them to their natural state. When a random damage occurs in our tissues, our blood collects platelets in this tissue and initiates a repair process. The purpose of PRP application, on the other hand, is to give the tissue a much higher number of platelets than can be carried by the blood circulation. Thus, the repair of damaged tissue begins so quickly and strongly and results more quickly, because the density of platelets obtained with PRP is 2-4 times higher than that in blood.

Is it a new way?

PRP application is spreading rapidly in areas such as dental implants, aesthetic medicine, orthopedics, non-beautifying wound treatment.

Where is PRP used?

On body parts such as face, neck, décolleté, hands, inner thighs, arms:
• to provide rapid structuring of the skin after applications such as laser-peeling
• Reversing the results of years and exposure to UV rays in the skin, ensuring that wrinkles are corrected, depressions are removed, and flexibility and brightness are regained.
• To ensure the control of wounds, cracks and situations where the quality of the skin is damaged, which takes a long time to adapt.
• to use alone in hair loss or to strengthen the effect of other treatment options

How is the application made?

2 or 3 tubes (16-23 ml) of blood are taken from the person to whom the application will be made, and platelets are separated in the centrifuge device. The separated platelets become heavy and accumulate in the tube in the kit and a blood trace called PRP emerges. This work is applied to the skin by means of filling or mesotherapy. Its rejuvenating effect on the skin becomes evident with a bright and lively appearance quickly after the application.

When is the positive effect seen in PRP application?

After the application, a healthy shine appears on the skin, then there is a slight regression in this bright appearance, but after 3 or 4 applications (i.e. after 1 cure), the lasting effect becomes obvious.

Should cycles be repeated?

It is necessary to repeat the cures consisting of 3-4 applications every 10-12 months. In this case, the effect of the applied cures is equivalent to a permanent rejuvenating effect. In other words, a cure consisting of 3 or 4 applications to be made every 15 days should be repeated every year on average.

What is PRP?

PRP is the abbreviation of the treatment route called “platelet rich plasma-platelet enriched plasma application”. In this application, a small amount of blood taken from the individual is placed in a special tube and centrifuged. The small amount of “platelet-enriched plasma” that is separated into its components and obtained is given back to the individual by injection.

What is the purpose of PRP application?

Platelets, also known as platelets, are blood components that contain the ‘growth factors’ necessary to repair the damaged tissue in our body and return it to its natural state. When a random damage occurs in our tissues, our blood collects platelets in this tissue and initiates a repair process. The purpose of PRP application is to give the tissue a much higher number of platelets than can be carried by the blood circulation. Thus, the repair of damaged tissue begins so quickly and in a stronger form and results in a faster way, because the density of platelets obtained by PRP is 2-4 times higher than that in blood.

Is it a new method?

PRP application is spreading rapidly in areas such as dental implants, aesthetic medicine, orthopedics, non-beautifying wound treatment.

Where is PRP used?

On body parts such as face, neck, décolleté, hands, inner thighs, arms:
• to provide rapid structuring of the skin after applications such as laser-peeling
• To restore the skin’s wrinkles, remove dents, and regain its elasticity and brightness, reversing the results of years and exposure to UV rays.
• To ensure the control of wounds, cracks and situations where the quality of the skin is damaged, which takes a long time to adapt.
• to use alone in hair loss or to strengthen the effect of other treatment options

How is the application made?

2 or 3 tubes (16-23 ml) of blood are taken from the individual to whom the application will be made, and platelets are separated in the centrifuge device. The separated platelets become heavy and accumulate in the tube in the kit and a blood trace called PRP emerges. This work is applied to the skin by means of filling or mesotherapy. The rejuvenating effect of the skin becomes evident with a bright and lively appearance after the application.

When is the positive effect seen in PRP application?

After the application, a healthy shine appears on the skin, then there is a slight regression in this bright appearance, but after 3 or 4 applications (i.e. after 1 cure), the lasting effect becomes obvious.

Should cycles be repeated?

It is necessary to repeat the cures consisting of 3-4 applications every 10-12 months. In this case, the effect of the applied cures is equivalent to a permanent rejuvenating effect. In other words, a cure consisting of 3 or 4 applications to be made every 15 days should be repeated every year on average.

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