Prp therapy!!

PRP treatment for anti-aging

PRP skin resurfacing treatment is the process of using elements called platelets in the patient’s own blood to regenerate the skin. It is a method developed based on innate wound healing ability. The process is applied by injecting the elements collected from the blood into the skin. There is no risk of allergy and infection. This method is used in orthopedics and plastic surgery in trauma and burns, and in dentistry for implant treatment.

Uses in cosmetic medicine

Face and neck wrinkles

acne scars


Hair loss

Mechanism of action of PRP skin resurfacing treatment

Platelets in the blood are used in the treatment of PRP. Their job is to stop bleeding and repair damaged blood vessels and cells. These platelets contain various growth factors. These growth factors stimulate and renew the body cells. When they are secreted from platelets, they stimulate the production of collagen and provide skin regeneration by developing new capillaries.

Skin regeneration with PRP

Injection of platelet content (PRP):

Aging skin has less collagen and less elasticity. Since the amount of hyaluronic acid has decreased, the moisture holding capacity has also decreased.

Release of growth factors from platelets:

Cell development and collagen formation have begun.

Regeneration of skin tissue:

Collagen has been formed and the elasticity of the skin has increased. The moisture holding capacity has increased.

Treatment process

Blood is taken.

Platelet-rich serum is obtained by centrifugation.

Platelet-rich serum is injected into the skin.

The time between blood draw and injection is approximately 30-40 minutes. As a result of the injection, various growth factors are secreted from the platelets. Wound healing begins with the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. It is aimed to correct the symptoms such as wrinkles and acne.

As a result of this treatment, there is a natural change in the applied area. Good effects occur slowly in about 2 months.