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PRP (Platelet Riched Plasma) Dermapen

Day Treatment

Average Length of Stay in Istanbul

Depends on treatment

Average Session Required

Day Treatment

Length of Stay in Hospital

1-2 hours

Operation Duration

No Anaesthesia


Day Treatment

Recovery Time

PRP (Platelet Riched Plasma) Dermapen

What is PRP Therapy?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a regenerative medical treatment that uses a patient's own blood to stimulate healing and rejuvenation in various tissues. It involves concentrating platelets and growth factors from the patient's blood and injecting them into targeted areas to promote tissue repair and regeneration.

Preliminary Assessment and Consultation

Before undergoing PRP therapy, patients undergo a thorough consultation with a plastic surgeon or dermatologist. The medical history, current health status, and treatment goals are discussed to determine if PRP therapy is suitable for the patient.

Preparation and Blood Collection

During the PRP therapy procedure, a small amount of the patient's blood is drawn, typically from the arm, similar to a routine blood test. The blood sample is then processed in a centrifuge machine to separate the platelets and growth factors from other blood components.

PRP Injection Procedure

Once the PRP is prepared, it is injected into the targeted areas requiring treatment. Common areas for PRP injections include the face (for facial rejuvenation), scalp (for hair restoration), joints (for pain relief and tissue repair), and skin (for wound healing and scar reduction).

Recovery and Post-Treatment Care

After PRP therapy, patients may experience mild redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection sites, which usually resolves within a few days. Patients are advised to follow specific post-treatment care instructions provided by their healthcare provider to optimize healing and results.

Results and Long-Term Benefits

The results of PRP therapy may vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. Some patients may notice improvement shortly after treatment, while others may require multiple sessions for optimal results. Long-term benefits of PRP therapy may include improved skin texture, increased collagen production, reduced inflammation, and enhanced tissue repair.

Side Effects and Risks

PRP therapy is generally considered safe, as it uses the patient's own blood components, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or rejection. However, as with any medical procedure, there are potential risks, including infection, bruising, pain at the injection site, and minimal bleeding.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is PRP Therapy Painful?

Discomfort during PRP therapy is typically minimal, as a local anesthetic may be used to numb the injection site.

How Many PRP Sessions are Needed?

The number of PRP sessions required depends on the individual patient, the condition being treated, and the desired results. Your healthcare provider will recommend a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

Why Consider PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy offers a natural and minimally invasive approach to stimulate tissue regeneration and improve various aesthetic and medical conditions. It may be an attractive option for individuals seeking non-surgical solutions with minimal downtime and long-lasting results.

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