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Platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatments are a promising future prospect in veterinary medicine. Platelet therapy has been established in both veterinary and human medicine for the treatment of poorly perfused tissues.Read more
A PRP treatment for lips consists of a painless injection of platelet-enriched plasma into the skin. The resource for the procedure is the patient's blood, from which platelets are obtained in a concentrated form. These are responsible for stimulating cellular functions and inhibiting the aging process.Read more
What is PRP treatment? It is a medical technology that uses an injectable form of autoplasm derived from blood platelets.Read more