PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) is a therapy of blood taken from our patients by removing red blood cells and applying them to the areas determined by your doctor. The effect obtained in the application of Prp is a cellular effect.

When prp is applied for aesthetic purposes, it is mostly applied in many areas including face, neck, décolleté, hand, inside leg and arm, especially in many areas for the following purposes:

For faster repair of the skin after laser, radiofrequency, roller, peeling, and to increase the efficiency of these applications

Elimination of skin depressions, dullness and wrinkles caused by years, UV rays, environmental factors and smoking, and recovery of flexibility and brightness,

Ensuring the control of long-lasting wounds, cracks, scars and conditions that disrupt the skin integrity,

Preventing the hair loss and providing support for scalp treatments.

Does PRP therapy cause pain?

No greater pain is expected from the discomfort of the needle during blood collection. Prp is a highly fluid substance, although injection is applied as a filler, it is less painful. In addition, the pain is reduced with anesthetic creams.

Who does Prp not apply to?

PRP cannot be applied to patients with serious diseases related to the immune system and cancer.