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Platelets, a kind of blood cells promote blood clotting so that a person does not excessively bleed when they are cut. They also contain numerous growth factors, such as platelet-derived epithelial growth factor and vascular endothelial growth factor for tissue regeneration; so they heal wounds.
PRP is a treatment with patients own blood. PRP treatment has been used to support wound healing in trauma and joint injury. It is becoming a popular complement to hair transplants and for revitalizing facial areas and counterbalancing ageing effects, also for scar treatments.
PRP can help accelerate the growth of transplanted hair roots while also thickening existing hair. Certain amount of blood form patient is centrifuged, red blood cells are removed and the PRP is obtained. It is enjected to the skin. PRP effects the subcutaneous collagen and elastin fibres, regenerate tissue as well as speeds up the skins repear process.
As a result patients get smoother, tighter skin, less scarring, and improved skin tone. Side effects of PRP are mild nausea, passing out and dizziness