PRP stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma,” which means a plasma application rich in platelets (platelet). PRP application involves taking a small amount of blood from the person to be treated, separating it through centrifugation, and then injecting it back into the same person for skin rejuvenation. It is a popular treatment method in non-surgical cosmetic operations for rejuvenating the skin. It provides highly effective results in repairing and renewing the skin for issues such as wrinkles, skin blemishes, acne scars, skin cracks, and sagging.

When Will the Results of PRP Application Be Seen?

Immediate results should not be expected from PRP treatment applied for skin renewal and self-repair. The skin’s process of renewal and repair takes time. Depending on the severity of wrinkles, sagging, or other issues, results begin to be seen after 3-4 sessions.

For effective results, the PRP application should be repeated at intervals of 2-4 weeks, and the results obtained should be maintained with applications done every 6-12 months.

PRP, which can also be used in serum form, is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation method that can be used in conjunction with other methods such as radiofrequency, mesotherapy, and light therapies. It is important that the PRP application is performed in a clinical setting by specialists.


Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How is PRP Application Done?

    For PRP stem cell therapy, initially, a certain amount of blood is drawn from the person and placed into special tubes. The blood in the centrifuged tubes is processed to obtain plasma rich in platelet cells. The plasma is then returned to the skin using tiny needles for skin rejuvenation and restructuring. PRP applied to problem areas can be used alone or in conjunction with other skin-renewing methods.

  • What is the Objective of PRP Application?

    With PRP, a serum unique to the patient is obtained, and the clot cells procured initiate the process of tissue renewal and healing. The goal is to initiate collagen formation and increase the intercellular substance, thus facilitating skin renewal. PRP application, which penetrates to the sub-tissues of the skin, ensures rapid restructuring of the skin.

    While wrinkles and spots caused by UV rays are being addressed, the aim is to regain the skin’s elasticity and brightness.

    Control over scars and stretch marks that take time to heal is achieved, accelerating the healing process.

    It is used alone in hair loss treatments as well as to enhance the effectiveness of other treatment methods.

  • Who is Stem Cell Therapy (PRP) Suitable For?

    It is suitable for patients with sagging and wrinkles caused by aging or other factors. It is used as a method that renews, repairs, and accelerates the healing process of the skin in cases of scar marks, acne scars, skin blemishes, and skin cracks.

  • How Many Sessions is PRP Applied?

    Even from the first application, PRP gives the skin a healthy glow, but for a lasting effect, 3-4 sessions should be repeated. Although there might be some regression after the first application, the permanent effect becomes significantly visible after 3-4 applications. The interval between sessions in PRP treatment is 2-4 weeks. PRP applications are performed at intervals of 2-4 weeks.