What is PRP (PLATELET RICH PLASMA)?
PRP is an abbreviation of Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP is a treatment method platelet directed enriched plasma application. Platelet-rich plasma has attracted attention in various medical fields recently, dermatology for its wound healing ability. Further, it has been used clinically in mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation.
How to apply PRP theraphy?
A quantity of blood taken from you is processed and then injected into the targeted area for rejuvenation. PRP Injection Therapy promotes the production of new collagen and hyaluronic acid by using growth factors in the blood. PRP Injection Therapy helps the body to regenerate itself, improve the body’s self-renewal, improve sagging skin, fill flow and wrinkles, and replenish areas where volume is lost over time.
What is PRP theraphy used for?
It is used to reduce wrinkle, rejuvenate the face, import elasticity and shine to the skin, ensure rapid structiring of the skin, reduce all kinds of scorring (age spots, sun spots, eye wrinkles, acne scars, surgery scars, non-healing wound treatment like diabetes, burn wounds, skin scrack.
It is mainly used the area of the eyes, cheek and middle face, loosened skin neck loose skin, chin, hands on top, revealing, upper arms, postpartum abdominal region, fine lines and wrinkles, textural development, full face rejuvenation.
What are the main application areas of PRP theraphy?
PRP theraphy, lightening of wrinkles in all face, neck, decollete region and hands, including detention, decreases sagging, healing of damage provides a lighter, younger and lively skin formation.
- Skin blemishes.
- Treatment of acne scars.
- Treatment of fractures in the abdomen in the basen region.
- Laser, Peeling, Radiofrequency, Light Treatment and after the applications such as Roller, to provide faster healing of the skin
- It can be applied alone or combined with hair mesotherapy in hair loss.
To whom PRP theraphy can not be applied?
- Pregnant women
- People with coagulation disorder
- People with platelet dysfunction
- Cancer patients.
What are the side effects of PRP theraphy?
In the treatment of PRP, there is no risk of side effects and allergic reactions as the person’s own blood is used. During PRP therapy, it must be avoided from sun bath and solarium.
It is applicable for any age. PRP theraphy is widely applied in many area fields of dermotology for its ability to treat skin wrinkles, stimulate wound healing and rejuvenate the skin. Recently, PRP has drawn the attention of people for its application of PRP as an anti-aging therapy.
How long does PRP theraphy take?
Depending on the region and the process to be performed, treatment with PRP applied with mesotherapy, 3-4 sessions are performed at 2 week intervals. And after 8-10 months, a cure of 3-4 sessions are performed again.
In another protocol in which the filling and mesotherapy are applied together, PRP theraphy is applied 3 sessions with 21-28 day intervals. After 6 months, the dermatologist checks patient and the second one is performed after 1 or 2 years.
Is PRP a type of stem cell therapy?
PRP is not stem cell therapy, but indirectly stimulates stem cells. Growth factors in the platelets transmit the message of producing fibroblasts to the skin cells. This triggers collagen and fibrin production. After PRP filling, the fibrin networks formed in the skin collect the stem cells in their structure.
What is the advantage of PRP theraphy?
While the life of Hyaluronic acid-containing fillers is generally 6-8 months, PRP triggers a biological process that initiates a countdown against skin aging and not only serves as a filler but also serves as a support in repairing the skin.
What is our Dermatology Doctors Tuğba Türe and Eda Tiftikçi’s comments on PRP treatment?
Do not rely information on the internet regarding to the method of treatment without having an examination by dermatology doctors. You can contact our dermatologist Tuğba Türe and Eda Tiftikçi if you have any questions or for the examination.
How much does PRP theraphy costs?
The cost of treatment, what kind of products and techniques being used will be shared with details after your examination by dermatologists Tuğba Türe and Eda Tiftikçi.