Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is a substance that’s thought to promote healing when injected.
Plasma is a component of your blood that contains special “factors,” or proteins, that help your blood to clot. It also contains proteins that support cell growth. Researchers have produced PRP by isolating plasma from blood and concentrating it.
Thrombocytes are known to contain growth factors responsible for regeneration and growth of young tissue.
The patient’s own plasma does not cause an allergic reaction and is 100% biocompatible.
The procedure is performed by taking a small amount of blood from the patient’s vein into a special sterile disposable test tube. The centrifuge then separates the blood into the erythrocyte mass and the plate, enriched with platelets. The resulting plasma is injected into the treatment zone.
After the procedure, the skin will become moisture and nourish, it’s color improves, pigmentary stains disappear, surface and moderate-deep wrinkles decrease, the oval faces are tightened – there is a significant lifting.
The patient should be aware that the procedure normalizes the function of the sebaceous glands, provides anti-inflammatory action, and is effective in acne, skin rehabilitation after photo-injury and peeling, as well as a preparatory process for plastic surgery and post-operative period. Researchers are trying out PRP injections across a number of applications as a Hair loss – PRP was injected into the scalp to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss.
We can do what plastic surgery can’t do. We influence the quality of the skin.
No plastic surgery will make the skin denser or better in color.
Recommended for patients with chronic liver disease aged 18 to 65 years:
Duration of the course of the detox program – 10 days, daily – up to 30 minutes of your time
Necessary examination before starting Detox program – doctor’s consultation, ultrasound examination of abdominal organs and laboratory diagnostics (blood tests)