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PRP


PRP is a natural product created from our own body. A small amount of blood is drawn in a sterile tube that is centrifuged to separate the different components of the blood. Red and white blood cells are divided into the platelets and the plasma (the clear fluid). This plasma now contains a higher than the normal number of platelets and is called platelet-rich plasma, or PRP. Since PRP is made from the patient's own blood, there is no risk of rejection, infection, or an allergic reaction.
Platelets are the cells in the blood that help tissue to heal and grow new cells. PRP aims to deliver into skin various biologically active substances such as growth factors, fibrin that promotes collagen formation, tissue regeneration and remodelling. The results are subtle, with gradual improvement over a 3- to 5-week period. Further improvement occurs at 4-7 weeks and can last longer. PRP can be repeated, and better results are seen with a total of 2-3 treatments given 3-4 months apart. Patients can expect to see better results as they receive more treatments. With time, the results of PRP get better and better. PRP has been found to effective and acts synergistically when combined with other treatment modalities such as derma pen /dermaroller, and laser surgery. PRP is indicated in facial rejuvenation, acne scarring, male or female pattern hair loss, wound healing


Role in hair thinning and pattern hair loss
PRP which contains various growth factors helps control the hair cycle thus preventing hair thinning and promote hair growth.

Role in Skin Rejuvenation
PRP promotes collagen remodelling, tissue regeneration thus naturally smoothen and tighten the skin. PRP, when used with other substances, like hyaluronic acid, tranexamic acid or vitamin C can help improve skin texture and even out skin tone.

Role in acne scarring
PRP alone or in combination with other treatment modalities can help remodel and resurface acne scar in repeated sessions.

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