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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

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What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
There is in our blood called platelets are cellule. These contain intense molecules that regulate wound healing. The PRP is the method of giving to the region where we will be able to distinguish, concentrate and benefit from these valuable molecules. For many years, it has been used to accelerate the healing of tissues such as bone and cartilage. In recent years, it has become a preferred treatment, especially in the field of cosmetics.

How to obtain PRP?
PRP is obtained from the blood of the person to be treated. The blood taken from special tubes is separated by centrifugation. After dissociation, the blood PRP fraction is withdrawn sterile through the syringes.

How often is the PRP applied?
The procedure is carried out every 2-4 weeks, depending on the procedure. The number of sessions varies from person to person. Sessions take about 30 minutes on average.

What are the side effects of PRP?
Since PRP material is prepared from one's own blood, there are no problems such as allergy, disease infestation. There is no known side effect.

Usage areas of PRP
Prevention and recovery of hair loss, revitalization of the skin, tightening, elimination of traces, crack treatment. PRP increases the effectiveness of other therapies made with it, accelerating the healing period. For this purpose, laser applications are combined with roller and mesotherapy applications.

PRP for Skin
In general, collagen increase, tightness, revival, rejuvenation is achieved in the skin. On the trail, there is a decrease in the pits. For many years, many areas have been used, especially for PRP skin problems, which are used in the treatment of fractures and injuries for the quick return of athletes to the field.

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