PRP (General, Hair, & Face)

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) contains healing elements that give exceptional support to the body’s repair processes. PRP affects cells that create both soft and solid tissues that rebuild collagen and elastin. Also, PRP renews the eroded parts of the joints, eases movement, helps to repair torn cartilage and even bone. Within a few weeks after PRP treatment, the patient can notice significant developments in the injected area.

The PRP serum is prepared from the patient’s own blood. For PRP, a small amount of blood is taken from the patient and processed. Natural agents can be added to the blood to stop the serum from clotting before being injected. These agents help minimize the possible ailments.

Any person can be treated with PRP. There is no possibility of problems such as allergy or side effects caused by PRP because the serum is prepared from the patient’s own blood.

PRP injection can alleviate for knee and other musculoskeletal pain, inflammation, and difficulty of movement. Cosmetic surgeons use PRP injections to fasten healing after rhinoplasty.