What is PRP Therapy?
Correctly, “PRP” means plaque rich in platelets and is a new and new way to treat skin and hair problems. The growth rate of platelets-rich cells may move the growth of any cell, which may be rooted hair cells (papillary cells) or collagen cells (fibroblasts) or fusion cells (synovial membranes).
How it is prepared?
PRP is ready for blood, about 20-25 ml. The blood is blown into PRP bits or small bottles and centrifuges used in a centrifuge machine. This rotation divides the blood into its various parts; At the bottom, like red blood cells, flat blood layer, called “bright layer”, blood blood cells in the blood (platelet plasma called Plasma) and platelets in the middle. The fur coat remains fast to be vaccinated in the skin of the skull, then activated with calcium and placed in small injections that have grown further.
Who can get PRP therapy?
PRP is an induction therapy that promotes hair growth. In principle, it should fall out of all hair types. But usually this male and female sample is in haircut, after hair damping and allopic.
What are the side effects of PRP therapy?
Because your own blood is used in PRP, therefore, there are no serious side effects. Mild pain and bleeding are common in cases. To avoid the reaction, allergies should be treated with local anesthesia before treatment. At some points this can cause a slight wrinkle reduction, which ends within 3-4 days.
What precautions should I take after the PRP treatment?
This is a process in the office. Injection is done only in deep skin, so there is no major complication. You can also join the office the next day. She likes to do this Friday so she can rest on Saturday and Sunday. Avoid sweating, exercise and pressure for 2 to 5 days.