(Trombosit Zengin Plazma)
PRP is the platelet concentration. Platelets; Our body is located in the key stages of wound healing, tissue repair and regenerative processes.
Before the application, some blood is taken from the patient to a special tube system and centrifuged. With this centrifugation, platelets in the blood are separated and collected.
AREAS OF USE
PRP has benefits in the treatment of acne, scarring (scars), alopecia (hair loss) and scalp reconstruction. Collagen regenerates and regenerates the skin for smoother skin. PRP is injected into the damaged area to stimulate the tissue. As a result, the skin gains tension, allowing the dangling and ageing skin to recover. It removes fine lines and wrinkles, regulates skin texture and skin tone, minimizes pores and creates a more dynamic and younger skin. The development, recovery and improvement of this action in the skin tissue can be seen noticeably within 2.5-3 weeks. Full regeneration can take up to 3.5 months. PRP applications can be applied to all skin.
When combined with PRP laser treatments, it facilitates the effectiveness of laser sessions and makes the skin calm after the procedure.
HOW MANY SESSIONS SHOULD BE APPLIED?
PRP is administered in the form of sessions. The number of sessions varies according to the purpose of application and the severity of the disease. 4-6 sessions at 2-3 weeks intervals for hair loss treatment, 2-3 sessions at 2-3 weeks intervals for skin regeneration, 3 * 5 sessions for acne and surgery scars are planned.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS AFTER THE PROCESS?
We recommend avoiding water contact for 6 hours after the procedure and then moisturizing and sunscreen for 1 week.
HOW LONG IS THE PROCESS?
Blood collection, centrifugation and administration are completed in approximately 25-30 minutes. The area to be applied is prepared with cream anaesthesia while the blood is centrifuged. Then, PRP is injected with very thin needles of 3-4mm. The procedure can be easily tolerated with cream anaesthesia. Minor redness may occur after the procedure. 16-24 hours is largely declining.