What is Plasma Injection?
Plasma is the fluid and protein-based liquid component of your blood. It allows red, white, and platelet cells to circulate freely throughout your circulation. Platelets are blood cells that help your blood clot. They also aid in the recovery process. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is prepared to be used in certain indications in Cosmetic Dermatology.
The plasma is extracted and prepared for injection by the medical practitioner. Injecting platelet-rich plasma into regions of inflammation or tissue injury can stimulate new tissue development and overall cellular repair. I
What is Plasma Injection (PRP) used for?
Torn tendons, tendonitis, muscle injuries, and joint problems are all treated with plasma injections. They’re also becoming more popular in cosmetic procedures. Plasma injections are used by dermatologists and hair restoration specialists to treat alopecia, commonly known as male and female baldness. Plasma injections are also used for facial skin rejuvenation.
What are the benefits of Face Plasma Injections?
Plasma injections have sparked great attention due to their possible anti-aging and regenerative advantages. Plasma injections can be utilized as a cosmetic therapy because of the healing capabilities of the blood components. Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced, skin is tightened and toned, acne scarring is reduced, and new cell development is stimulated, which improves skin tone.
What are the benefits of Hair Plasma Injections?
Hair plasma injections have shown to be quite successful. Platelet-rich plasma contains growth factors that are excellent for activating hair follicles. After only a few months, the majority of people see a difference. Please keep in mind that seeing benefits usually necessitates many sessions. Periodic treatments are advised as needed once good results have been achieved.
How many treatment sessions?
Depending on the situation and also the patient’s response we need an average of 3 to 6 sessions, at a rate of one session per month, and can be repeated in the future if necessary.
Is plasma or PRP injection safe?
It is considered to be safe as it is extracted from the patient’s own tissue thus avoiding transmission of disease.