PRP treatment

PRP-Tubes | VI - Density Life Platelets | PU 10 pcs.

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VI - Density Life Platelets PRP tubes provide the simplest and most efficient method of collecting and preparing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from patients' blood. Attention! Please note our graduated prices!   
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€105.04

PRP starter set for hair treatment

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Get a head start for your practice with our PRP HAIR Restoration Starter Set! It is the most comprehensive hair restoration therapy kit on the market. Perfect for those who want to offer the benefits of PRP treatment after hair transplantation to their patients. This all-in-one solution also includes one of the most powerful hair growth formulas in Hair...
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€1,506.72

PRP Cream | Vi Serum

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Content 25ml | Unique regenerative PRP cream! Can be combined with your own plasma. Personalized cosmetics. The serum for PRP promotes cell renewal, provides the skin with nutrients, moisturizes, prevents skin aging and fights inflammation.  Especially effective in combination with blood plasma! All the plasma from a PRP tube is mixed to the cream. The...
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€16.76

PRP tubes - with melatonin for hair treatment - PU 4 pcs.

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PRP tubes - with melatonin for hair treatment PU 4 pcs. Melatonin is a sleep hormone that plays a major role in repairing your hair. PRP is platelets rich plasma, which is responsible for the renewal of skin cells and hair growth. Get the benefits of both in just one PRP tube.  
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€62.00

PRP/CGF tubes - VPE 20 pieces | without anticoagulants

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The latest generation of tubes are made of soda-lime glass. The choice of material is important for the quality of the blood sample. The blood sample is taken by vacuum method and ensures one and easy blood collection. Made in France, without additives. 10 ml tubes for approx. 4-5 ml plasma preparation.   *Information on the calculation of the delivery...
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€240.00

PRP Centrifuge Medifuge

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High quality PRP centrifuge Medifuge CGF from Silfradent - specially designed for Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) production with PRP tubes - fractional centrifugation with preset 6-part program. Medical device class IIa.   For efficient platelet/growth factor yield.       *Information on the calculation of the delivery date  
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What is PRP treatment?

PRP treatment is the restoration of slowed cell regeneration with plasma derived from the person's own blood. PRP treatment can be used to treat skin rejuvenation, hair loss, and orthopedic conditions.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is the process by which blood plasma is separated by a special procedure and returned to the body by injection after a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient.

Platelets, whose main role in the body is to ensure blood clotting, play an important role in wound healing thanks to the growth factors they contain. The slowing down of cell regeneration is prevented mainly due to environmental and genetic factors. It is used in the treatment of many diseases such as hair loss, skin rejuvenation, pain management.

For which diseases is the PRP treatment used?

PRP treatment is the restoration of slowed cell regeneration with plasma derived from the person's own blood. PRP treatment can be used to treat skin rejuvenation, hair loss, and orthopedic conditions.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is the process by which blood plasma is separated by a special procedure and returned to the body by injection after a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient.

Platelets, whose main role in the body is to ensure blood clotting, play an important role in wound healing thanks to the growth factors they contain. The slowing down of cell regeneration is prevented mainly due to environmental and genetic factors. It is used in the treatment of many conditions such as hair loss, skin rejuvenation, pain management.

Treatment with PRP, in which cells called platelets play an important role, has found application in many areas of medicine. Today, PRP is used for non-healing wounds such as diabetes on the legs, varicose veins, tendon injuries and tendonitis such as tennis elbow and to speed up the wound healing process after dental implants.

There are many visible changes in aging skin due to age and environmental factors. The elasticity of the skin decreases, wrinkles increase and the skin sags. The decrease in collagen and elastin fibers in the skin and the deterioration of their structure are responsible for this. The anti-aging PRP treatment aims to increase the production of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin through the growth factors contained in the blood

Thanks to the PRP procedure, a completely natural rejuvenation is achieved without adding any foreign substances or drugs to the body, with 3-4 application sessions 2-4 weeks apart. Those who have had PRP notice an improvement in the dry and dull appearance of the skin after the first few sessions. With subsequent applications, wrinkle reduction and an increase in skin elasticity is observed in PRP sufferers.

How is a PRP treatment performed?

PRP is a treatment method used by medical specialists. First, the blood taken from the patient is filled into a special PRP tube under sterile conditions and centrifuged. The plasma portion of the blood, which is rich in platelets and growth factors, is separated by centrifugation. The resulting mixture is applied to the appropriate area through the injection procedure. PRP is applied with an average of 3 - 4 sessions at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks.

Frequently asked questions about PRP treatment

What are the reasons for a PRP application?

  • - Gives the skin elasticity and shine
  • - Prevents hair loss, strengthens the hair
  • - Prevent wrinkles and dimples
  • - Reconstruction of the skin in case of wounds, cracks and skin damage
  • - Ensure rapid structuring of the skin after procedures such as laser
  • - It is used in areas such as the face, hands and arms, inner legs, neck and décolleté in medical aesthetics.
  • - PRP offers a non-surgical solution for Achilles tendon rupture.
  • - The PRP method is also used for pain.

How does a hair treatment with PRP work?

Hair loss of 100-150 strands per day is considered normal If it is more, hair loss should be taken seriously PRP also provides successful results in hair treatment Patients have been found to have very effective results, especially with hair loss In the PRP procedure, the patient's own blood is taken and passed through an instrument Here the part that nourishes and develops the roots becomes the Called platelets is separated and injected into the spilled area This method is particularly effective for genetic spills Hair mesotherapy can can also be used in combination with PRP in patients with genetic loss.

In PRP application for hair, 10 ml of venous blood is first taken from the patient (1/10 of 1 tea glass) The centrifuged blood is divided into two parts as white and red blood Red blood contains white blood cells, platelets, clotting factors, PGF (platelet-derived growth factor) After the red blood has undergone a special treatment, it is injected into the diluted area by nap The basis of this application is tissue regeneration Hair treatment with PRP 30 min As long as it lasts, there is no pain in applying it After PRP, there is no trace and the person can immediately resume his usual life.

How long does a hair treatment with PRP take?

Hair treatment with PRP is applied in a maximum of 30 minutes every 15 days and usually lasts 3-4 months After that, it is enough to apply it once a year The most important advantage of this method is that the special plasma is obtained from the patient's own blood and does not involve any allergy risk.

How is the skin rejuvenation method with PRP applied?

Skin aging is caused by the loss of some of its properties, just like an injury Skin rejuvenation methods mimic various methods used during wound healing The structure that can repair skin damage most effectively, quickly and naturally is also a part of the whole of which the skin is a part For this reason, PRP has evolved as a method to activate this magical power circulating in our veins.

Skin rejuvenation with PRP is usually considered for various parts of the body such as the face, neck, décolleté, hands, inner sides of the legs, arms Especially immediately after applications such as laser and peeling, a quick structuring of the skin is possible.

On the skin exposed to UV rays can remove wrinkles, spots and depressions Restoring flexibility and brightness to the skin is one of the most important results of skin rejuvenation with PRP PRP can also be used to control the healing of wounds that take a long time to heal in the body and conditions where the quality of the skin is damaged, such as cracks.

How many sessions does the skin rejuvenation method with PRP take?

PRP, which causes rejuvenation by injecting your own blood into your body, can take 3-4 sessions with an average of 2-4 week intervals The most striking feature of the PRP method is that it offers completely natural rejuvenation without adding any foreign substances or drugs to the body.

Thanks to PRP, dry and dull skin texture is improved from the first sessions From the bee is observed a reduction in wrinkles and an increase in the elasticity of the skin PRP doesn't just help alleviate the signs of aging At the same time it acts as "youth inoculation." by slowing down the ageing process For this reason, it is a method that can be used by any adult who wants to slow down the aging process without waiting for signs of aging.

How long does the effect of PRP on the skin last?

The bright and healthy complexion that appears on the skin after PRP may lighten after some time Therefore, it should be supplemented with additional skin rejuvenating applications A repetition of the cures every 10-12 months after 3 or 4 cycles of PRP application makes the rejuvenation effect almost permanent.

What is the significance of PRP in pain therapy?

Prp is the sample from a person's own blood that is enriched with proteins and growth factors after certain processes Growth factors and proteins are substances that reduce the inflammatory process, relieve pain and support tissue healing Successful results can be achieved with PRP treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and inflammatory diseases PRP can be used to treat shoulder pain, anterior cruciate ligament injuries, joint calcifications, ankle sprains The fluid used in PRP treatment, which is obtained by separating the sample from the patient's own blood, is applied as a serum to the painful or sensitive area.

As proteins and growth factors activate silent local stem cells, plasma fluid acts as a natural remedy and accelerates the healing of injured structures such as tendon cartilage.

In what areas is PRP most commonly used in pain management?

  • - Knee calcification
  • - Calcification of the hip joint
  • - Shoulder pain,
  • - Tennis elbow, golfer's elbow,
  • - Anterior cruciate ligament injuries Knee shoulder,
  • - Ankle sprains,
  • - Heel spur,
  • - Treatment of muscle tension, known as grip pain

Does PRP have side effects?

In the area where the PRP treatment is applied, there may be minor swelling, pain and bruising where the injection stings Care should be taken to ensure that the treatment area is sterile so as not to cause infection However, these side effects are not very common and do not cause any side effects because they are the patient's own cells Those who use blood thinners, have cancer, have various blood disorders, have an infection or inflammation in the area where the PRP is performed, pregnant and breastfeeding women are not suitable for PRP It is also recommended not to take a bath on the first day after PRP treatment and to protect yourself from the sun.

How is knee osteoarthritis treated with PRP?

PRP is often used for knee osteoarthritis Knee cartilage wears down due to age, trauma, and various reasons This wear and tear triggers an inflammatory process Factors that cause inflammation cause pain and swelling in the knee joint, accelerate cartilage wear and lead to calcification Protein and growth factors applied to the knee with PRP reduce this inflammatory process, prevent destruction of the cartilage and promote healing PRP applications increase patient comfort.

How does PRP work in IVF treatment?

PRP is administered by injecting the precipitate, prepared after a special separation procedure of the patient's own blood, into both ovarian tissues under ultrasound guidance.

The reaction of the ovarian tissue usually begins in the 3rd month after use Although pregnancies beyond oocyte retrieval have been achieved in some patients who are hopeless or whose ovarian response has worsened after PRP treatment, there is not yet sufficient data to conclude that the PRP method has been statistically significant in these cases.

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