Platelet-rich plasma

Platelet-rich plasma

PRP Therapy is a technique that uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to improve the appearance and quality of the skin. A blood sample is drawn from the patient, processed to concentrate the platelets, and injected into the skin using microneedles to stimulate collagen and elastin production, improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles, and promote cell regeneration.
PRP Therapy

Who is a good candidate?

A good candidate for platelet-rich plasma seeks to improve the appearance and quality of the skin naturally and without resorting to invasive treatments. Individuals who wish to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, improve skin texture, treat scars or acne marks, and revitalize the skin.

Recovery Process

The recovery process after platelet-rich plasma is high-speed and requires no downtime. After treatment, you may experience slight redness or swelling in the treated area, but these symptoms usually disappear within a day or two. It is recommended to avoid direct sun exposure, apply sunscreen and avoid wearing makeup for at least 24 hours, among other specialist recommendations.


No anesthesia is required. If requested by the patient, topical anesthesia can be used.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. How many PRP Therapy sessions are needed to see results?
The number of sessions required may vary depending on individual needs and treatment goals. In general, 3 to 4 sessions are recommended for optimal results.
02. Is the PRP Therapy procedure painful?
PRP Therapy is performed under local anesthesia to minimize any discomfort. Patients may experience a mild pinching or stinging sensation during the injections but in general, it is a tolerable and well-tolerated procedure.
03. How long does it take to recover after cosmetic PRP Therapy?
Recovery time is generally brief. The treated area may have slight redness or swelling, which disappears within a day or two. Avoiding direct sun exposure and following the specialist's instructions for proper recovery is recommended.
04. How long do the results of PRP Therapy last?
The results of PRP Therapy may vary depending on the individual and the area treated. The effects are usually progressive and can last from several months to a year. Maintenance sessions are recommended to prolong and maximize results.


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