General Information

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What do the terms Platelet, Prp, and Autologous Cellular Regeneration mean?

Platelets are a special blood cell involved in tissue healing and blood clotting. When they come out of the damaged vein, they become activated, collapse into the damaged area and form a clot. At this stage, they secrete more than 30 biologically active proteins that contribute to coagulation and tissue healing and thus play a key role in wound healing. It also activates white blood cells to remove dead cells from the tissue.

The application is based on the separation of blood, which is taken from a person, to its components into a special tube by centrifugation and the return of “platelet-rich plasma” to the same person by means of special mesotherapy techniques and needle tips via injection. In this sense, PRP treatment is an autologous cellular treatment. Scientific research has shown that the injection of PRP into the injured area constitutes a stimulation that initiates the healing process.

Autologous cellular regeneration is the biological stimulation of dermis cells by means of an injection technique utilizing plasma enriched in bioactive platelets, in other words PRP. The aim of these injections is to regenerate the dermal layer by stimulating the aged and damaged skin and supdermal tissues. At this point, it should be emphasized that PRP treatment is an autologous cellular treatment and not a real stem cell treatment.

In which areas is PRP used and when is it effective?

The areas of application of PRP treatment starting with dental implants are rapidly spreading in areas such as aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery, orthopaedics, cardiovascular surgery, colorectal surgery, ophthalmology and sports medicine, including non-healing chronic wound treatment and facial aesthetics.

PRP treatment in aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery is safely used in the structuring of the whole skin, to achieve a bright and healthy appearance of the skin; after hair transplantation or alone in the treatment of hair loss or as an adjunct to other treatments; aesthetic treatment of face, neck, cleavage and hands; to eliminate wrinkles and loss of elasticity in skin caused by exposure to ultra-violet lights for years; support of the healing of scars and fractures; in the treatment of hyperpigmentation and blemishes; to help the skin structuring after laser or chemical peeling application.

What should be the expectations of PRP treatment?

PRP treatment revitalises and restructures the skin naturally. It is easy and safe to apply. It is long-acting, it supports not only the formation of new collagen, but also all vital functions of the skin, and wrinkles and lines are not treated by filling the skin but they are rejuvenated. The appearance of bright and healthy skin immediately after application may be slightly regressed after a while; for this, consecutive applications should be made and cumulative effects should be ensured. A permanent effect is observed after the cure of the treatment including 3 sessions. Cures of 3 applications should be repeated every 18-24 months. The effect of the cures applied in this way will be long enough to be considered permanent.

Which kit/product is used for PRP treatment?

I use the product TrayLife PRP system of Italian firm Promoltalia in my applications. First of all I think the only aesthetic CE certified PRP system in the world is important. The kit has 2 different presentations: Liquid tube or gel tube. The sterility of all materials, including the tubes available in the kit, provides a significant advantage in terms of compliance with the injection and avoiding the risk of injection in practice. We should also mention the DNA activator that comes with the unique kit and the content that increases the efficiency of the application.


The aim of PRP treatment is to stimulate fibroblasts to perform a biological stimulation to produce new collagen. Autologous cellular therapy with PRP allows patients to be treated effectively and reliably. Autologous tissue regeneration by means of the cells present in plasma and the growth factors contained in these cells is a candidate for the future of this century’s medicine.