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 blood plasma with a special 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 important role in wound healing thanks to the growth factors they contain.
With the PRP technique, it is possible to treat some diseases in the body and regenerate the skin with one's own blood. Moreover, by using the patient's own blood instead of medication, the slowing of cell regeneration, especially due to environmental and genetic factors, is prevented. PRP technique is used in the treatment of many diseases, such as hair loss, skin regeneration, pain management, and orthopedic diseases.
How is PRP Applied?
PRP treatment should be applied by a specialist. First, the blood drawn from the patient is put in a special tube under sterile conditions. The blood is then transferred to a tube containing gel. Then, the blood is centrifuged, and the substances are separated within 5-8 minutes. The platelet-rich plasma of the blood is obtained. The resulting substance is injected into the desired part of the body.
PRP treatment is applied in approximately 3-4 sessions with 2-4-week intervals, combined with mesotherapy according to the needs of the person. After the PRP treatment is completed, the process can be continued with 1 or 2 injections a year.
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