PRP treatment is applied to restore slowing cell renewal with plasma obtained from the person’s blood. With PRP treatment, skin rejuvenation, hair loss, and orthopedic disorders can be treated.
What is PRP Treatment?
PRP, platelet-rich plasma, is the process of taking a small amount of blood from a person’s body, then separating the plasma with a unique process and returning it to the body by injection. The plasma obtained is rich in cells called “platelets.” Platelets, whose main task in the body is to ensure blood coagulation, have an essential role in wound healing thanks to the growth factors they contain.
With PRP treatment, it is possible to heal some diseases in the body and rejuvenate the skin with one’s blood. In PRP treatment, where the person’s blood is used instead of medication, slowing cell renewal is prevented, especially with environmental and genetic factors. PRP is used to treat many orthopedic diseases, from hair loss to skin rejuvenation, pain treatment.
How is PRP applied?
PRP is a treatment method that specialist doctors should apply. First of all, the patient’s blood is placed in a special tube under sterile conditions. Afterward, the blood is placed in a tube that is containing gel. The substances in the blood in the tube placed in the centrifuge are separated within 5-8 minutes.
The plasma part of the blood rich in platelets and growth factors is separated. The mixture obtained is applied to the area related to the injection method. PRP is applied in an average of 3-4 sessions at 2-4 weeks, combined with mesotherapy according to the person’s needs. After the PRP cure is completed, the process can be continued with 1-2 injections a year.