Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a skin care treatment that uses an extract of your own blood — which contains three to five times more platelets, growth factors and active proteins for tissue and injury healing.

When PRP is placed back into the skin by injection or micro-needling, it prompts a localized stem cell response. The stem cell response recruits collagen-producing cells known as fibroblasts.

The fibroblasts replace tissue that has been damaged due to the aging process with healthy skin that appears refreshed, replenished and rejuvenated.

Who best qualifies for PRP in Turkey?

Patients who wish to use this procedure as a preventative option to improve skin texture, tone and overall quality of their skin are good candidates for Platelet rich plasma PRP in Turkey.

PRP gives patients of all ages a rejuvenating experience. Patients with chronic liver pathology, acute and chronic infections, platelet dysfunction syndrome are not good eligible for PRP in Turkey.

What to expect during PRP Treatment

One of our skin care doctors at Estegulf will assess the degree of skin aging and perform a simple skin analysis before performing PRP treatment.

Your skin is first cleansed and prepared with a local anesthetic cream. Blood is taken from your arm and put in a test tube to be filtered. The Platelet Rich Plasma is then injected into any obvious lines or wrinkles. The remainder of the plasma is then injected over other areas of the skin.

The full procedure lasts about 45 minutes and is completed in three-course treatments spaced 4 weeks apart. Touch-up treatments are recommended after 18 months to enhance and maintain the results.

General risks of PRP

There have been no known risks or side effects reported using PRP skin treatment. Because the treatment is derived from the patient’s own blood; it minimizes any type of adverse risk. Although very rare, some mild bruising may occur. The corners of the mouth tend to bruise a little more.

Most of these side effects are temporary and will resolve on their own within 72 hours.