PRP THERAPY FOR SKIN REJUVENATION
Platelet Rich Plasma is a perfect treatment option for patients seeking natural results. The procedure is considered as very safe as there are no foreign substances such as Hyaluronic Acid or Toxis injected – thus the risk of inflammation or an allergic reaction is minimal. The result of the procedure is visible after 3 to 4 weeks.
The procedure can be applied on the
Independent patient review forums such as realself.com list PRP therapy for aesthetic applications among the highest rated. Your doctor will design an individual treatment plan of one or multiple treatments, according to the clinical expectations.
Studies have shown that PRP Therapy for Skin rejuvenation results in
– Skin texture improvement
– Higher skin hydration
– Glow (lumenscence) improvements
– Slight volume increase
Ask your doctor if PRP Therapy for the Skin rejuvenation is the right treatment option for you.
PRP IN COMBINATION WITH LASER
Laser systems are a popular tool in an aesthetic practice. These systems ablate the skin to kick-start the production of collagen in the skin. Depending on how aggressive the physician sets the parameter of the laser device, the social downtime varies.
PRP applied onto the skin right after the laser procedure has shown to reduce the wound healing, but also improved the cosmetic outcome of the entire procedure3.
Ask your doctor if PRP Therapy post laser treatment is the right treatment option for you.
PRP FOR THE TREATMENT OF HAIR LOSS
According to the American Hair Loss Association, two thirds of men above the age of 35 show signs of hair loss. Although more prominent in men, hair loss is a condition that affects also women starting in in their 50s and 60s. There are various types of hair loss. The most common is androgenetic alopecia, also referred to as male or female pattern baldness.
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy has established itself as an effective treatment option to treat hair loss. The procedure has been discussed on many patient forums like thebaldtruth.com or hairlosshelp.com and has a high patient review rating on realself.com.
The injected PRP is locally activated so that growth factors are being released. These are stimulating the formation of new blood vessels nearby the hair root, so that the supply of nutriens through the blood is re-enabled. The growth factors also shorten the rest-period of the follicle, so the growth phase is extended4.
PRP for the treatment of hair loss is not a one-time procedure but rather a treatment regimen. It is designed by the physician, according patients need, consisting of typically 4– 6 procedures.
A study has found PRP Therapy to be more effective than Minoxidil, of the most prescribed topical drugs for hair loss5.
PRP is also often used during a hair transplant procedure. It is used to maintain the viability of the graft. Studies have also shown that PRP injected into the scalp during hair transplant procedure has beneficial results for the patients6.
Ask your doctor if PRP Therapy for the treatment of hair loss is the right treatment option for you.
1: Readelli A. Face and neck revitalization with PRP. Clinical out come in a series of 23 consectively treated patients. Journal of Drugs and Dermatology 2010 2. Chawla S. Split Face Comparative Study of Microneedling with PRP versus microneedling with Vitamin C in treating atrophic post acne scars. J Cutan Aesth Surgery 2014 3. Na et al Rapid healing and reduced erythema after ablative fractional carbon dioxide laser resurfacing combined with with the application of autologous-platelet rich plasma. Dermatol Surgery 2011 4. Gupta AK. A mechanistic model of Platelet Rich Plasma treatment for androgenetic alopecia. Dermatologic Surgery 2016 5. El Taieb MA. PRP versus minoxidil 5% in treatment of alopecia arreata. Atrichoscopic evaluation. Derm Th 2017 6. Uebel C. The role of platelet plasma growth factors in male pattern baldness surgery. Plastic reconstructive Surgery 2006
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