Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrated platelet and bioactive proteins derived from the patients own blood. After activation, platelets release growth factors that stimulate cell regeneration and accelerate tissue repair. In addition to protein ,minerals and vitamins PRP contains: platelet growth factor, transforming growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, epithelium growth factor. Initially, PRP was used for wound healing, in dentistry and in the treatment of sports injuries. In recent years, the use of PRP has evolved to solve aesthetic problems, restore hair growth and physiological dysfunctions that cause sexual changes and disorders. PRP is one of the most advanced, effective natural cellular rejuvenation products that can be safely used throughout the body.
How to get PRP?
PRP is made from a small amount of your own blood. the blood is processed in a medical device that separates platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood. This process takes 10-15 minutes. PRP is collected in a syringe and injected back into your tissues, where it is necessary .The growth factors released during injection stimulate stem cells to create new young tissues in areas such as the face, scalp, genitals, muscles and joints.
Is PRP safe?
- PRP is obtained from your own blood, its use reduces the risk of infection to zero and makes its use in
treatment absolutely safe and hypoallergenic for you.
- PRP therapy is quickly becoming one of the most popular treatment methods for solving a variety of
medical and cosmetic problems, including: skin rejuvenation, hair loss treatment, scars, rosacea, acne,
- PRP is a very simple, but incredibly effective strategy for skin rejuvenation, especially when combined
with micro needling therapy. Micro-needles create a small punctures on the skin, thereby activating the
collagen and elastin cascades to create new cells and rejuvenate.
- PRP is added topically to stimulate new blood vessels, collagen and elastin, thereby accelerating and enhancing rejuvenation and
Dr. Waled Abdel Malak