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Enriched plasma (PRP) has been used in medicine (including surgery, orthopedics, and ophthalmology) for over 30 years.
It is produced as a result of a procedure in which a patient’s platelets are concentrated in a small volume of blood plasma. It contains growth factors— substances that stimulate repair processes.
In therapy, platelets are used to stimulate the wound-healing process through the release of active substances (growth factors).
Administration of PRP gives a signal at the puncture site to begin repair processes, as normally occurs after the skin is wounded.
Cell division is induced, the synthesis of collagen and elastic fibres is stimulated, and stem cells flow in. This is important for the regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin.
The procedure consists of several stages, none of which are unpleasant. Topical anaesthesia is administered.
The aim is to rejuvenate the skin or to prevent wrinkles on the face, neck, and hands.
PRP is also used on area of the scalp to improve the density and quality of hair, to stop hair loss, and to stimulate hair regrowth.