The process of making the person’s own blood “rich in platelets” through various processes and injecting this blood into the tissues to be treated is called PRP. This method, which is mostly preferred in aesthetic operations such as wrinkles, blemishes, acne and scars, skin cracks, hair loss and skin rejuvenation, is also a treatment method used for healing tendons, muscles and ligaments or joints. Injected in injured tissues, PRP enlarges healthy cells to heal tissue.
This treatment is not applied to those who have a family history of cancer, those who use blood thinners, who have blood diseases, those who have infections and inflammation in the area to be treated to pregnant women and lactating women.
Hair Treatment with PRP
Hair loss of more than 100-150 strands per day is considered abnormal and should be taken seriously. With PRP, it has been determined that patients get very effective results especially in hair loss. The basis of this application is tissue regeneration. The patient’s own blood is taken during the PRP procedure. The part that will feed the roots called fibroblast and ensure its development is separated through a number of processes and injected into the area with hair loss. This method is especially effective in genetic spills.
Hair treatment with PRP takes approximately 30 minutes and there is no pain during application. It is applied every 2 weeks and the desired result is achieved in about 3-4 months. Afterwards, it is sufficient to repeat the process once a year. After the PRP, no trace remains and the person can continue his normal life. Since the special plasma needed in the treatment is obtained from the patient’s own blood, the risk of allergies is almost nonexistent.
Skin Rejuvenation with PRP
Rejuvenation can be done for various parts of the body. In PRP technique rather than artificial methods, the use of one’s own blood cells provides a completely natural rejuvenation without giving foreign substances or drugs and is therefore called “youth vaccine”.
The most important features of PRP
- It is long-acting.
- Revitalizes and reconstructs the skin in the most natural way.
- It is applied easily and safely.
- It supports not only new collagen formation, but all vital functions of the skin.
- It removes wrinkles and lines by “rejuvenating” rather than “filling” the skin.
Possible side effects of PRP
- Nerve injuries
- Pain at the injection site
- Tissue damage