Platelets are the cells that circulate in our blood that help to stop the bleeding. perform these functions
They produce many items to bring. Among these are growth factors that provide cell regeneration.
The purpose of platelet-rich plasma, also known as PRP, is to treat these cells and the beneficial substances they secrete.
is to collect the substances in a concentrated form and use them for skin regeneration.
How is PRP Obtained?
For PRP treatment, a small amount of blood is taken from the patient’s arm. centrifuged at a certain speed.
The part rich in platelets is separated. This process takes about 20 minutes.
How is PRP Treatment Applied?
The separated part rich in platelet can be applied to the face or scalp. Application like dermaroller
It can be done with the help of tools or with small needles directly to the problem area. Before application
If necessary, anesthetic creams can be applied.
In Which Diseases Is PRP Treatment Applied?
It can be applied to skin problems such as fine lines and wrinkles.
What are the Side Effects of PRP Treatment?
Since PRP is prepared from the patient’s own blood, the risk of infectious disease or allergic reaction is very low.
Small bleeding foci and redness may occur during the application, but these are short-lived and
regresses. The patient can continue his daily life on the same day.
How Often Can PRP Treatment Be Applied?
PRP treatment can be applied 3-6 sessions every 2-4 weeks depending on the indication.
Who Cannot Have PRP?
PRP treatment for those with infectious disease, low platelet count in the blood, pregnant or lactating
It is not applied to women, those with autoimmune disease and patients undergoing tumor treatment.
What Should Be Considered After PRP Treatment?
After the application, the patient should use sunscreen to protect from the sun and avoid excessive exposure to the sun.
should not remain.