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Platelet-rich plasma - what kind of treatment is it?

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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment is a procedure using a preparation obtained from the patient's peripheral blood, with up to four times the number of platelets, which stimulate tissue rejuvenation and regeneration processes.

Three stages of platelet-rich plasma treatment

The treatment proceeds in the following stages:

  • Collection by the doctor of between 9 and 60 ml of the patient's peripheral blood into vacuum tubes.
  • Preparation of platelet-rich plasma through a centrifugation process.
  • Platelet-rich plasma containing platelets taken into a syringe is then administered by the method of choice - through a mesotherapy treatment, either linearly or by cannula, following the application of local anaesthesia.

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The most popular platelet-rich plasma therapy regimens

Platelet-rich plasma treatment, like other revitalisation treatments, should be performed in a series for better results.

  • For mesotherapy - 4 treatments every 2 weeks,
  • When these are linear or cannula-applied fillings -2 treatments every 3 weeks,
  • If it is a mask to accelerate healing processes after aesthetic medicine procedures - disposable,
  • When it is a cyclical treatment - 1 to 3 times a year in a series.

Platelet-rich plasma - what does the treatment offer?

The injection of platelet-rich plasma directly into the wrinkle area provides biostimulation and triggers the process of stimulating stem cells to proliferate and activates fibroblasts to produce collagen. As a result, this leads to skin cell regeneration and renewal, hydration and visible rejuvenation.

All blood components used for platelet-rich plasma treatment are autologous - they are the patient's own material, so the risk of a negative local immune system reaction, intolerance or allergy is excluded in this case.

Platelet-rich plasma lift treatment allows:

  • Set in motion a process of deep skin revitalisation,
  • Achieve a smoothing effect, unifying skin tone, improving elasticity and skin tone and density,
  • Smooth out wrinkles and skin folds,
  • Improve blood supply to the skin,
  • Rebuild collagen fibres,
  • Accelerate healing processes after aesthetic medicine procedures.

The first effects of treatment with platelet-rich plasma obtained from peripheral blood are visible after approximately 2 weeks. The process of tissue remodelling and visible rejuvenation begins as early as 48 hours after injection.

Treatment - to whom is it advisable and recommended?

A platelet-rich plasma lift is a treatment for those who want:

  • Get rid of signs of skin ageing such as folds, wrinkles, sunken skin, reduced skin density,
  • Revitalise the skin of the face, décolleté, neck or hands,
  • Improve the condition of skin that is tired, lacking in tone, patchy, dry, flabby and lacking in radiance,
  • Accelerate recovery from more invasive aesthetic medicine procedures,
  • Combat male pattern baldness,
  • Achieve a filling effect on acne scars,
  • Minimise the risk of allergies that can occur with other forms of lifting.

Platelet-rich plasma - who should not benefit from the treatment?

Contraindications to doing this type of treatment are:

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding,
  • Blood diseases,
  • Cancers,
  • Taking blood-thinning drugs - aspirin, etc.

Platelet-rich plasma lift - what's next?

The treatment is safe and requires no special procedure. Immediately after the injection of selected body parts with platelet-rich plasma, you can return to your daily activities. Small injection marks, which can easily be covered up with make-up, disappear the very next day.

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