WHAT’S THE PRP TREATMENT?
PRP treatment (Platelet Rich Plasma) contains growth factors that can stimulate dormant hair follicles, promote hair growth, and improve hair density.
Thicker and Stronger Hair: PRP can enhance the thickness and quality of existing hair by improving the health and vitality of the hair follicles.
Natural and Safe: PRP is derived from the patient’s own blood, making it a safe and natural treatment option. It minimizes the risk of adverse reactions or rejection.
Also, Non-Surgical: PRP for hair is a non-surgical procedure, avoiding the need for invasive surgical methods. It is a minimally invasive option with little to no downtime.
Further than hair
PRP Treatment For The Face
PRP treatment for the face is a cosmetic procedure so that uses the patient’s blood to make the skin look younger and boost collagen production.
Here’s how it works:
Blood Collection in PRP Treatment
Firstly, A little blood is taken, just like for a regular blood test.
Platelet Separation in PRP Treatment
Secondly, The blood is spun in a machine to separate the platelet-rich plasma from other parts.
PRP Application in PRP Treatment
Finally, The concentrated PRP, which has growth factors and proteins, is applied to the face using different methods like tiny needles or injections.
The growth factors in PRP help create more collagen, which improves skin texture, reduces fine lines, and makes you look more youthful. So, PRP for the face is usually safe since it uses the patient’s blood, lowering the risk of bad reactions.
HOW MANY PRP TREATMENT SESSIONS SHOULD I GET?
The PRP treatment is typically recommended for 4 or 5 sessions, with each session lasting 30 minutes. However, the exact number of sessions may vary depending on your consultation with our specialist at Cremna Health Group.
PRP TREATMENT IN ANTALYA OR ISTANBUL AT CREMNA HEALTH GROUP
Cremna Health Group provides 2 cities for all treatments in Turkey. You can get prp treatment in Antalya or Istanbul. Get a free consultation with our specialist and book an appointment for prp treatment.