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What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
PRP is the shortened name of the treatment method called rich plasma from thrombocyte. PRP is an autologous blood cure and it is a cure which the thrombocytes responsible for clotting, obtained from the person’s own blood stimulate the recovery process in the damaged area.
What is the purpose in PRP?
The purpose in the PRP application is to send more active cells more than the thrombocytes which can go to the damaged tissue or area with blood circulation and to start and to quicken the tissue recovery there. PRP is a cure on the cellular basis, thus, another name of the PRP cure is the REGENERATIVE CELLULAR CURE.
Platelets (thrombocytes) are the blood components which contain the ‘’growing factors’’ necessary for the repair of the damaged tissues in our body and enabling them to return into their natural situations. The structure which will repair the damage in the skin in the quickest, most effective and most natural way will be again a part of the whole the skin belongs to.
This method which is commonly used in Europe and it is approved by FDA.

Areas of Usage
• Prevention of hair loss
• Rejuvenating the face (face, neck, forehead, areas surrounding the eyes and the nose, under the chin, cleavage)
• Body Rejuvenation (hands, inner parts of the legs, arms)
• Wrinkle treatment, removal of the collapsed areas, making the skin gain flexibility
• Treatment of the wounds which don’t recover
• Treatments for controlling the cracks and the situations which the quality of skin is damaged
• Removal of the scars
• Acne treatment

PRP for hair restoration?
At Doctors Beauty center, we have been performing PRP therapy as a proactive therapeutic option for male and female patients experiencing hair loss. PRP is an exciting non-surgical therapeutic option for patients who require stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions.
In the field of hair restoration, evidence supports PRP therapy as a promising treatment option to promote hair growth. No claim can be made of its efficacy. While PRP is in the early stages of scientific research in hair restoration, PRP is not meant to replace current FDA approved therapies such as DHT blockers and Minoxidil. But it is a promising non-surgical therapeutic option for those patients with hair loss.