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PRP Treatment

PRP Treatment

PRP (platelet rich plasma) or Platelet Enriched Plasma in Turkish means plasma rich in clot cells. Clot cells, or platelets, are found in a certain number in the blood. Inside these cells is a large amount of growth factors. The aim of the treatment is to apply these cells regionally in a more concentrated way and to benefit from their skin regenerating properties.

 PRP is a medical application and should only be performed by a doctor..


How is PRP applied?

The process is actually very simple. With simple methods, 10-20cc of blood is taken from the patient. This blood is put into special tubes. In a special centrifuge device, after ensuring rotation in the appropriate speed and time, it is broken into layers of blood. The plasma obtained as a result of this process is dense plasma from platelets and this part is applied to the area to be treated with special needles.

After microdermabrasion (dermo-roller) applications, PRP serum can be applied to the skin and PRP is easily absorbed from the opened pores.

PRP application can also be performed in combination with applications such as filling, botox, laser and peeling according to your needs to be determined by your doctor.

How does PRP work? 

Under normal conditions, when there is an injury to the skin, clot cells, namely platelets, come to the site first for tissue repair. In this area, the growth factors secreted from the clot cells attract stem cells to the area and initiate tissue repair. With PRP, clot cells are obtained in amounts that cannot be provided by normal blood flow. In this way, an average of 2-4 times more clot cells are introduced into the tissue with PRP and thanks to this process, plasma rich in clot cells and growth factors triggers skin repair and allows the skin to regenerate.

PRP application areas

  • Skin rejuvenation (especially on the face, under the eyes, neck and décolleté areas and on the back of the hands)
  • Reduction of sagging and wrinkles in the face area
  • Stain treatment
  • Reduce hair loss and strengthen hair follicles
  • Alleviation or removal of stretch marks
  • Treatment of acne scars
  • Non-aesthetic application areas: It is used as an accelerator for healing in dental treatments, orthopedic disorders, athlete injuries, tendon diseases, chronic wounds that do not heal.

When are the results of PRP treatment seen?

PRP treatment is based on the self-renewal of the skin. From the first session, a renewal and brightness of the skin is noticeable. However, the best results appear after the 2nd or 3rd application.

After PRP application, tightening of the skin due to skin renewal, reduction in sagging, lightening of wrinkles, brightening of the spots on the skin and a visible brightness of the skin occur. After the applications to the scalp, an increase in hair thickness and condensation in sparse areas are observed.

How often should PRP be performed?

PRP treatment is performed in 3-4 sessions at intervals of 2-4 weeks. After 6 months, a single strengthening dose can be made.

The effects of PRP on the skin continue for 1-1.5 years.

PRP application can be repeated 1 time per year according to the need.

To whom is PRP not applied?

  • Those who use blood thinners,
  • Those with a history of cancer,
  • Those with blood diseases,
  • Those who have signs of infection in the field of application,
  • It does not apply to pregnant and lactating.

How long does PRP application take?

After the blood is taken, PRP preparation takes 10-15 minutes. The application of PRP to the skin takes 15-20 minutes.

Is pain felt in PRP application? 

Before the procedure, anesthetic cream is applied to the area to be applied. The application is done with very fine needles. For this reason, not much pain is felt.

Are there any side effects of PRP application?

  PRP treatment is a natural form of treatment that does not have side effects because it is made with the person's own blood. . Redness, bruising and a slight state of edema may occur at the application site. Redness on sensitive skin may continue for a few days. Generally, the patient can continue his daily normal life after the application.

What should be considered in PRP process?


  • Do not drink vitamins C and E a few days before application.
  • Do not drink blood thinners such as aspirin during the application period (at least 5 days).
  • Do not rub the application area after application.
  • Avoid activities such as hot shower, hammam, sauna for 24 hours after application.
  • Avoid heavy exercise for 24 hours after application.
  • Do not do it during pregnancy and lactation.
  • Sunscreen should be used after the procedure.