Project Description

PRP

PRP, which stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma” is a frequently preferred skin rejuvenation method in recent years.

Basically, it is a treatment applied in the form of giving back the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) which is obtained from the separation of a small amount of blood taken from the person into its components by using a special centrifugation process, either superficially or by injection to the desired area.

Number of Sessions

4

Application Time

20-30 min

Preserving the Outcome

4-6 Mounth

Anesthesia

Local with creams

Return to Work

Immediately

Expected Result

Same day

Healing power of his own Blood

PRP, which stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma” is a frequently preferred skin rejuvenation method in recent years. Basically, it is a treatment applied in the form of giving back the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) which is obtained from the separation of a small amount of blood taken from the person into its components by using a special centrifugation process, either superficially or by injection to the desired area. Plated, also known as thrombocyte cells in our blood, have a wound-healing, reparative and regenerative effect in the body. The main purpose of PRP is to take advantage of this effect of platelets. PRP is a method of rejuvenating the skin
by using one’s own cells. Since the promoting properties of the platelets in the blood to collagen production are known,this feature of the platelets is used in the treatment of PRP. It is one of the most well-known rejuvenation therapies, and PRP treatment has been curative in many diseases for many years and has been frequently preferred for facial rejuvenation since 2006.

PRP is not a stem cell therapy. Some stem cells can be withdrawn from the PRP application, but the real stem cell application is based on the basis of feedback by testing and reviewing, with a much more and locally directed feature. It is obtained from vean platelets that perform an assisted repair from PRP.

  • It stimulates collagen synthesis and triggers new tissue formation.
  • A tighter, brighter, and fresher skin is obtained.
  • It supports the vital functions of the skin by renewing the cells.
  • Removes wrinkles and lines.
  • It nourishes the scalp and promotes hair growth.
  • It rejuvenates the skin.
  • It provides fast results by combining with mesotherapy and laser procedures used in acne scars and spot
    treatments.
  • It is used in the treatment of burns.
  • It removes scars.
  • Reduces under-eye circles and lines

Although it varies according to the purpose, it is recommended to perform 4 sessions once a month. If it is repeated every 6 months, the regeneration and rejuvenation effect on the skin will last longer.