PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
PRP is the abbreviation of the treatment method called “Platelet Rich Plasma-Platelet (platelet, clot cell) enriched plasma application”.
PRP application, which is a new skin rejuvenation method, has been developed in recent years. In the PRP method, 8-20 cc of blood is taken from the patient and centrifuged.
The serum obtained in the PRP treatment is injected into the skin in tiny small amounts like mesotherapy and widely.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE IN PRP APPLICATION?
In PRP treatment, a serum of the patient’s own is obtained.
The average density of clot cells in the obtained serum is measured as one million per milliliter. In PRP treatment, it is aimed to obtain vital growth factors that initiate all wound healing and tissue regeneration processes from clot cells. The clot cells and growth factors in the serum obtained by the PRP method spread to the lower tissues of the skin to renew the skin by increasing the formation of new collagen and intercellular substance.
PRP application for cosmetic purposes has features that will meet many expectations.
- It is long effective,
- Revitalizes and restructures the skin in the most natural way. It is applied easily and safely.
- It supports not only the formation of new collagen, but also all vital functions of the skin.
- It removes wrinkles and lines by “rejuvenating” the skin, not “filling” it.
IN WHICH SITUATIONS PRP CANNOT BE APPLIED?
In those with coagulation disorders,
those with low platelet count,
those who have an infection in the area to be treated,
in febrile illness,
It is not applied in chronic liver diseases and if blood thinners such as heparin or warfarin are used.
Aspirin, Vitamin E and St. If drugs that thin the blood, such as St. John’s Wort, are used, these drugs do not need to be discontinued, but attention should be paid to side effects.
HOW DOES PRP EFFECT?
- Effect on tendon (girder) problems:
- Effect on cartilage problems:
- Knee joint calcification-wear (osteoarthritis):
- Fracture healing problems (nonunion)
- Tendon (beam) injuries:
- tennis elbow
- Wrist tendinitis
- patellar tendinitis,
- chronic anterior knee pain
- heel spur
- Chronic tendinitis of the shoulder joint,
- Stimulation of tendon repair
- Accelerating the healing of Achilles (heel) tendon injuries
- Ligament injuries:
- Cartilage problems (abrasion-calcification)
- Repair of wide-area cartilage abrasions-losses Knee joint calcification-abrasion In the treatment of talus osteochondral injuries,
- Repair of meniscus injuries
- bone problems
Stem Cell and Stem Cell Therapy-CGF
Stem cell preparation is a process that requires special equipment and training. Approximately 50-80 cc of blood from the patient is taken into tubes containing anticoagulant drugs specially prepared for this purpose. The blood tubes taken are passed through special processes. This process takes about 30/60 minutes. After the procedure is completed, the prepared CGF/CD 34 (stem cell) solution is applied to the desired area and also to the patient in an amount intravenously.
- The main areas of use of autologous stem cell therapies are:
- In articular cartilage disorders
- Arthritis and calcifications
- In spine and intervertebral disc regenerations
- Tendon and ligament problems
- Fractures with delayed union
- In heart attacks and strokes
- In rheumatic degenerative diseases
- Diabetic wounds, Treatment of infected wounds
- acute injuries
- Hard-healing wounds, Decubitus ulcers
- Jaw joint destruction, TMJ dysfunctions
- In Atlas Axis and Densin arthrosis
- Varicose and spider angiomas
- In implant stabilization
- In bone defects
- Trigeminal neuralgia, Herpes Zoster
- Prostate hyperplasia and its malignancies
- In complementary cancer treatments
- multiple myeloma,
- In anti-aging applications,
- In prolotherapy applications,
- Pelvic insufficiencies
- Uses for medical aesthetic and beauty purposes
- Correction of wrinkles, hair problems
- lip shaping
- removal of scars
- Keloid treatment, Acne treatment
- Face lift, Burn treatment
- Care of newly formed wounds