Platelets Rich Plasma Injections
Platelet Rich Plasma is a substitute taken from fraction of the blood of oneself and it is spun down to inject and reapply into the same body to create and improve the health of the tissue. The objective of using the same and one’s own tissue is to ensure that elimination of rejection, by one’s own body.
PSP injections help for treating wrinkles and fine lines on the face, including facial scars. When the face is at good condition, the treatment is also preferred to further rejuvenate the skin covering the skin under eyes, décolletage areas on the face.
How Is It Done?
Initially, 1 to 2 hours before the PRP therapy, a numbing cream would be applied on the face. It helps complete anaesthesia of the site of treatment.
Platelet Rich Plasma is given to the body as injections. Platelets are basic cells, which help the process of clotting the blood in the body. Once the cells reach back to the body, numerous enzymes are released that can promote the process of healing. Eventually, the tissue is responded that includes attracting the body’s stem cells and damaged area will be repaired. The ability of mobilizing would help the skin on the face to be rejuvenated.
After PRP Treatment
After the PRP treatment, recovery is faster and very soon, one can get back to regular and day to day activities. There are very few side effects, such as redness or pinkness of the skin and the effects are short lasting. Rarely bruising is possible at the sites, where PRP injection needles are used on the skin. In such cases, recovery can take 7 days.
Facial rejuvenation process takes usually 3 sittings or session, treated with 1 month gap, for visible results. After the treatment, maintenance can also be attempted after 6 to 8 months.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy helps to rejuvenate the skin, by improving the skin texture, naturally and gradually. It also helps the hair to grow faster. The therapy is also used widely for healing and repairing of the wounds.
The procedure is absolutely and 100% safe as the own cells of the patients are utilized.