HOW DOES PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP) TREATMENT WORK?
Cosmetic Clinic Dubai | 1 September 2022
The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, sometimes known as the “Vampire Facelift” or “Dracula Therapy,” is based on the idea that the body’s own healing mechanisms may be able to slow down and, shockingly, reverse the maturing process.
The specific location where we maintain that the skin should repair and revive itself is where development components are placed in a progressive fix framework.
High concentrations of “development factors,” or proteins that help heal damaged skin or tissue, are found in platelets. When the platelets are re-infused, they release their growth factors, which cause the surrounding cells to divide and animate the fix, increase volume, and revive the skin.
An avant-garde With the use of the concentrated platelet rich plasma system, I am able to treat large volumes of whole blood, allowing me to treat more areas in a single appointment and reducing the frequency of visits for patients. The patient’s blood is drawn during the procedure, processed (in a rotator) to isolate the platelet-rich plasma, and then injected once again into the targeted area. The procedure offers the skin a plumped appearance, smoothes out minor variances and kinks, and makes the skin appear overall more radiant. Additionally, the method is fantastic for healing wounds.