Platelet-rich plasma has been used for many years in many cases such as improving bone grafting, accelerating wound healing, and reducing the risk of infection.

Today, PRP is used in the beauty field. In this method, the physician collects your blood with special kits. After collecting blood, the tubes are placed in a centrifuge to separate its different parts, and finally, your plasma which is concentrated with platelets and lymphocytes and is rich in growth factors is injected into the treated areas.

PRP contains a large number of growth factors to accelerate tissue repair, collagen synthesis, and new blood vessels. The growth factor in platelets plays an important role in tissue repair and regeneration.

For example, if platelets inject next to the hair follicle, they strengthen these follicles, normal hair regrowth, and remove them from the dormant phase. Platelet injection into the skin increases collagen, elastin, and intercellular substance, nourishes the skin vessels, and finally strengthens and refreshes the skin tissue and removes wrinkles. Platelet injection into bone or cartilage repairs fractures and prevents abrasion.

PRP is used to rejuvenate the face, hands, and décolleté, reduce wrinkles around the eyes and lips, scars, and inactive acne.

An annual reminder injection is required after performing a 2-3 treatment protocol.


Delicate wrinkles around the eyes and lips

Improving the skin bed

Shallow dry skin

Stimulate hair growth

Arthritis and tendonitis

Wounds caused by diabetes and high blood pressure

Complete rejuvenation of the face, chest, décolleté, and hands

Application prohibitions:

Family history of platelet disease

Severe platelet decline to less than 50.000

Fever, systemic infection, and local infection in the injection point

Infection or history of leukemia, lymphoma, metastasis, and active phase of other cancers

Using drugs (aspirin, piroxicam, Gelofen, Plavix, Ticlid, moderate and high doses of corticosteroids)

Excessive tobacco consumption

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