Dr. Ahmet Hamdi AYTEKİN
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

PRP (Skin Rejuvenation)

PRP (Skin Rejuvenation)

Although skin rejuvenation methods have a long history, they have advanced to a much higher level in today’s modern world. The PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) treatment is a trendy method for skin rejuvenation in recent years.

For PRP, initially, 8-20 cc of blood is drawn from the patient and then centrifuged. The PRP treatment is performed in combination with serum. Similar to the mesotherapy method, it is injected into the skin in small amounts to spread evenly. The basis of PRP treatment is to deliver more platelets to the targeted tissue through the bloodstream compared to what is naturally transported. This leads to a fast and robust healing process in the targeted tissue.

What is the Purpose of PRP Treatment and Which Areas Can It Be Applied to?

A personalized serum is prepared for each patient for PRP treatment. The aim is to accelerate tissue regeneration with the created serum. The injection performed under the skin promotes the production of collagen and intercellular substances.

The application can be used for different areas, not limited to a single region. It is an aesthetic method applicable to the face, neck, décolletage, arms, scalp, back of hands, and inner thighs. It is highly successful in treating blemishes, under-eye dark circles, and achieves high success rates.

PRP treatment, which is generally used for deep wrinkles, yields visible results. Since the prepared serum contains the patient’s own blood, there are no side effects. It activates the body and enables a natural rejuvenation process. PRP treatment is completed within a 10-minute application process. One of the most advantageous aspects of this method is undoubtedly its painless and easy application. The procedure begins and ends at a single point. With its long-lasting effects, the desired results start to become noticeable after 3-4 sessions. If performed every 10 months, the effects are permanent.
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