What is PRP therapy?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a preparation with a particularly high concentration of platelets (PLT) in a limited plasma volume. PRP contains growth factors and bioactive proteins that regulate differentiated cells, modulate cell growth and cell activity, all of which are critical for tissue regeneration and the production of engineered tissues. In PRP therapy, autologous PRP is obtained from the patient's own blood. During the course of PRP therapy, concentrated PRP is either injected or applied locally to improve tissue conditions and wound healing.
Advantages of PRP therapy.
- Wide range of application
- The body's natural ability to heal itself - autologous agents
- High efficacy, proven results
- No risk of transmissible infections
- Very low risk of allergic reactions
- Suitable for an office or smaller clinic
- Affordable price compared to alternative treatment options