Aesthetic Medicine

Platelet Rich Plasma

Plasma is an autologous biological material (own tissue from the same person), that is, it is obtained from the same blood of the patient, and later is injected into the same patient. The Platelet Rich Plasma is obtained by taking a blood sample by venipuncture, then by a process which includes centrifugation, leaving the red blood cells at the bottom; white blood cells and platelets at the middle, and the concentrated product of Platelet Rich Plasma on top. The PRP, once activated, will release its proteins, which represent growth factors to regenerate, recover and rejuvenate the skin.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an incredible tool in expert hands for Facial and Integral Rejuvenation of the skin, including any area of ​​the body, therefore being highly requested by our patients for face, back of hands, neck and neckline skin. It is a procedure also requested to improve hair loss or Diffuse Alopecia (hair loss of the entire head).

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Treatment

This treatment consists of 3 steps:

  1. Blood extraction.
  2. Centrifugation.
  3. Application of the PRP.

Post-Treatment

After 7-14 days of the PRP treatment to optimize the results, it can be combined with Mesotherapy. It is recommended to perform a cycle of 3 sessions per year; at your option and depending on the needs of your skin, every 6 months can be combined with other treatments,

Patients may develop some inflammation that will be interpreted as a sign of reactivation on their skin. At some points, the needle may produce some small marks, which disappear on the next day. Usual makeup and cosmetics can be applied.

Side effects

  • It is a very safe treatment since the used blood is extracted from the patient himself. It is a simple and ambulatory procedure, but it should always be applied by medical professionals.
  • The procedure should not be carried out if the patient has any blood disease and/or a skin disorder in the area to be treated.