PRP Treatment (Platelet Rich Plasma)
PRP stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma, which is a concentrated form of plasma that contains a high number of platelets. Platelets are blood cells that are responsible for healing damaged tissues and promoting growth factors. PRP is obtained by drawing a small amount of blood from a patient and processing it using a centrifuge machine to separate the plasma, which contains a high concentration of platelets, from the other components of the blood. PRP has a variety of medical and cosmetic applications. In medical settings, PRP is often used to accelerate the healing of injuries, such as tendonitis, arthritis, and ligament injuries. In cosmetic settings, PRP is used to promote skin rejuvenation, hair regrowth, and wound healing. PRP can be injected directly into the affected area or applied topically after microneedling or other cosmetic procedures.
- Blood is drawn from the patient
- Blood is processed in a centrifuge machine
- The specilist use anesthesya cream in the area for 20 minutes
- PRP is prepared
- PRP is injected be injected directly into the affected area