Applying the technique of platelet rich plasma in both the rejuvenation of the skin as in the treatment of alopecia has proven effective.
After application on the skin resurfacing PRP increases the density of the cells that synthesize collagen in the skin, increasing the density of the collagen and elastic fibers (causing wrinkles and sagging), increases the thickness of the skin layers and diminishes signs of photoaging, as solar elastosis.
Thus, after treatment of PRP skin it has attenuation of the signs of aging in addition to improving the general quality of it and to increase its hydration.
Specialists in Dermatology recommend that treatment is about three separate sessions for about three weeks, and its additives and progressive effect from the first injection.
As for the application of PRP in stimulating and improving the quality of the hair follicle, it has proven effective in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia and alopecia areata. The effects obtained result in an increased number density of hair follicles grosos thereof.
Differences platelet rich plasma over other techniques
- Security. There are virtually no side effects since it is a product obtained from the patient's blood.
- No filling effect, as having the injection of hyaluronic acid. -
- Nor it has effects on reducing facial wrinkles such as botulinum toxin or surgery.
Risks of the technique of platelet-rich plasma
Treatment of platelet-rich plasma has not been associated with any serious side effects. The most common application for skin rejuvenation is the emergence of low-intensity small bruises that disappear after a few days of treatment.
On the other hand, there is the risk of infection in the treated area, which is a result of an incorrect application of the treatment and is avoided by using medical devices and protocols for obtaining PRP approved by regulatory agencies, to be managed by a experienced medical team.