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PRP injection or cortisone injection? - Which is the best option?

PRP injection or cortisone injection? - Which is the best option?

Before the development of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections, doctors generally used cortisone injections to relieve moderate to severe muscle / joint inflammation and (some) pain. However, with the creation of PRP injections, doctors can now relieve inflammation and pain as well as help the damaged tissue heal. read more
The right care after PRP treatment

The right care after PRP treatment

If you have PRP therapy applied as a topical serum for skin problems, your doctor will probably recommend no strenuous physical activity or exercise for about 48 to 72 hours after treatment. Recommendations may differ for other PRP applications, including orthopaedic injuries and hair loss. The best way to ensure proper healing and ideal results is to follow your provider's post-operative guidelines closely, including temporarily interrupting your exercise routine if recommended. read more
Density Platelet Gel PRP-Kit

Density Platelet Gel PRP-Kit

High-quality platelet gel PRP glass tube with separating gel and anticoagulant High Platelet Plasma (PRP) Therapy is an innovative procedure that stimulates the body’s natural healing process and uses the patient’s own cells to heal certain musculoskeletal Diseases, sports injuries and arthritis accelerate powerful growth factors to stimulate and improve blood flow in damaged areas, as well as nutrients needed for cell regeneration in damaged tissues. read more
PRP Online Kurse

PRP Online Kurse

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Treat dark circles with Vampire Lift / PRP therapy

Treat dark circles with Vampire Lift / PRP therapy

Injecting the platelet-rich plasma under the eyes gives the skin below the eye the vital nourishment it needs. Once injected into your skin, the platelets promote the growth and regeneration of your own collagen, resulting in increased smoothness and firmness of the skin. read more
PRP therapy for injury scars

PRP therapy for injury scars

PLATELET GROWTH FACTORS derived from blood (plasma) and responsible for repair processes can regenerate the skin in injury scars. The concentration of platelet growth factors in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is about 95%, compared to only 4 to 5% found in normal-forming clots. Therefore, PRP can stimulate tissue regeneration much faster than normal. read more
Wound healing through PRP therapy

Wound healing through PRP therapy

Many elements such as cytokines and growth factors are involved in the regeneration process of injured tissues. The growth factors contained in platelets represent an important physiological mixture of factors that may be involved in the healing process. read more
PRP treatment for acne

PRP treatment for acne

Platelet-rich plasma is injected into the acne-damaged area of ​​the face to stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin, reduce the appearance of scars, and make the skin look brighter and smoother. read more
Density Platelet Gel - PRP-Tubes

Density Platelet Gel - PRP-Tubes

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PRP injection for facial beautification

PRP injection for facial beautification

Is platelet-rich plasma the secret to younger-looking skin? What exactly are PRP injections for facial beautification? read more
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