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What is plasma therapy?

Plasma therapy, also known as PRP, is platelet-rich plasma therapy. In recent years, it has been applied in many medical fields in cases where repair and tissue regeneration is desired and successful results are obtained.

It has been determined that when any part of our body is injured, some cells collect in this region and their concentration increases compared to other regions. These cells initiate some reactions and provide healing in the tissues. In many tissue regeneration processes, we intentionally create controlled damage to the tissues, which increases cell aggregation in the area, initiates healing and rejuvenates the area.

Plasma therapy is a treatment based on this mechanism. As if a damage has occurred, some cells and growth factors are concentrated in the area and thus the repair process is initiated.


The treatment is done in sessions with an interval of 15 days. The number of sessions is 3 or more depending on the treatment to be applied.

There is nothing to be careful about before or after the application. No examination is required before the application. It does not require a recovery period after the treatment, the patient can immediately return to his daily activities.

There are kits specially developed for treatment, which are disposable. The patient’s blood is taken into these tubes and separated. While the unwanted part of the blood settles down, the desired part is collected at the top, this part is applied to the area planned to be treated with a very short procedure with fine-tipped needles. The separated part contains platelets and growth factors. These initiate a series of repair and healing reactions, causing stem cells to gather in the area.


It cannot be applied to cancer patients.


Since it is a procedure prepared by taking the patient’s own blood into special and disposable tubes, it does not carry the risk of infection and allergy. It is a very safe treatment.


One of the most important treatment areas of this treatment is skin rejuvenation. The application is done 3 or 4 times with an interval of 2 weeks, depending on the skin characteristics of the patient. Permanent results start to be seen after 1.5-2 months. The change in the skin is completely natural. No expression change or swollen appearance occurs.

Acne on the skin is reduced

Acne scars decrease or disappear.

Skin color is generally lighter. Spots and redness are reduced.

There is an increase in tightness. Facial oval is recovered.

Fine lines and wrinkles disappear or decrease.

Skin appearance becomes healthier and brighter. The skin becomes plump.

Used in the treatment of scars on the skin

These results become evident after 2 months and gradually increase. No deterioration is detected after 1 year. However, it is recommended to apply 1-3 sessions for better results.


Hair loss can occur due to a wide variety of reasons. When this problem is encountered, it is necessary to consult a dermatologist to determine the source and type of hair loss.

If hair loss is due to another reason, treatment should be applied for it.

Plasma therapy can be used as an adjunct to almost all types of hair loss treatment, and sometimes even its use alone leads to very successful results.

Its use on hair is at least 4 sessions with 15 days intervals. The results start after 1.5-2 months and continue to increase. It can be repeated after 1 year if necessary. If there is no need, there is no such requirement.

Hair growth accelerates.

Hair becomes stronger and more voluminous.

Shedding stops.

New hair starts to come.

Graying of new hair is reduced. It comes out in its natural color.


Is there a certain duration of plasma therapy? Does the effect disappear after a while?

Plasma treatment does not deteriorate after a certain period of time. Depending on the patient’s condition, repeated sessions increase the results of the treatment.