Application of PRP Plasmolifting in dermatology
Dermatology represents one of the central medical applications of platelet-rich plasma. For many years, the PRP Plasmolifting procedure has shown very good results here and enjoys well-deserved popularity among patients.
Global statistics show that skin diseases account for about 5% of the total number of all diseases in recent years. This is not much compared to diseases of the hematopoietic, musculoskeletal and urogenital systems. However, dermatological pathologies cause significant discomfort in the affected patients and are also difficult to treat.
In recent years, scientists have found that treating patients with platelet rich plasma (PRP) is effective for a range of dermatological conditions. While this therapy does not help skin conditions caused by pathogens, doctors have found that PRP dermatology is helpful for naturally occurring skin problems. By injecting PRP plasma into the affected areas of the skin, dermatologists stimulate the skin's self-regeneration and restore its smooth and youthful appearance.
Application of PRP Plasmolifting in dermatology
PRP Plasmolifting is a method of treating medical or cosmetic pathologies, using the blood of the patients themselves to create a special serum.
The doctor takes a small amount of blood from a vein and centrifuges it.
Centrifugation helps separate platelets and other elements from red and white blood cells. The obtained PRP plasma is injected into the problem area. The plasma then triggers a series of regenerative reactions in the skin. PRP Plasmolifting is therefore one of the therapy areas that specialize in skin problems.
The PRP Plasmolifting procedure is only used by certified dermatologists.
If you wish to make use of the procedure, please consult one of our trained and certified dermatologists. Doctors learn the application and preparation methods for the PRP Plasmolifting procedure and receive certification after several hours of practice under the guidance of our specialists. Depending on the condition of your skin, they will suggest an optimal number of injections and a suitable method of plasma administration. This can be a treatment with microneedles or an injection of a small amount of plasma. Your dermatologist may also use this therapy in conjunction with other treatment methods to achieve desired results.
The PRP Plasmolifting procedure against hair loss
The PRP Plasmolifting method against hair loss is used equally in both men and women. Alopecia can be triggered by genetic or age-related changes. It can also occur as a result of an illness or as a side effect after taking certain medicines.
The PRP Plasmolifting procedure can stop hair loss and stimulate new hair growth.
Using derma rollers, microneedles, or injections, doctors administer PRP plasma along the hairline. This stimulates the growth of new blood vessels that nourish the scalp. Soon new hair follicles appear, and a little later - a lush head of hair.
PRP Plasmolifting against acne and scars
The procedure is used to treat acne or the consequences of injuries. In the latter case, injections of platelet-rich plasma make the scars less visible, and in the case of acne, they help prevent new scarring. Atrophic acne scars (blackheads) can be wedge-shaped, rectangular, or punt-shaped. PRP injections restore the lower collagen layer and stimulate new cell growth. The influx of fresh blood removes accumulated toxins from the skin and prevents acne formation. A similar effect takes place in the treatment of scars resulting from injuries. As the treatments are repeated, you will notice that the scars fill in and become lighter. PRP Plasmolifting is not able to completely "erase" the scars, but thanks to it they become inconspicuous.
PRP Plasmolifting against age-related changes
The use of mesotherapy in connection with injections of autologous blood plasma effectively eliminates signs of skin aging such as mimic wrinkles, furrows and other skin folds. The PRP Plasmolifting procedure for the face also effectively eliminates age-related pigment spots and dark rings under the eyes. Finally, plasma restores lost radiance to dull, tired skin. This treatment is known as the "vampire lifting" and is very popular with celebrities.
PRP Plasmolifting against stretch marks
Stretch marks, or striae, often form after pregnancy and as a result of rapid weight gain. Stretching of the subcutaneous fibers causes collagen rupture in the upper layers of the skin. When the stretched tissue is restored and returned to its normal state, the damaged skin takes on a whitish tint, which can be eliminated with the PRP Plasmolifting procedure. Dermatologists typically inject PRP into specific areas to rebuild collagen and stimulate cell regeneration. Over time, the skin will look smoother and more nourished. To achieve a better result, doctors can combine PRP therapy with ultrasound therapy (Ultherapy).
PRP Plasmolifting to heal wounds and burns
All skin wounds, burns and caused by diabetes ulcers can be excellent healed. It heals quickly and minimizes the number of scars. By using a platelet-rich gel, one of the four types of PRP Plasmolifting procedures, doctors can speed up the healing process. It is because growth factors in plasma form a fibrous scaffold on which new tissues and skin are formed. PRP Plasmolifting also prevents the formation of ulcers in diabetics. Depending on the type of wound, a doctor may combine PRP Plasmolifting with hyaluronic acid for achieving better recovery.
Applying the PRP Plasmolifting procedure to the treatment of skin diseases: a modern and effective solution
Dermatologists and scientists are looking for ways to combine the PRP Plasmolifting procedure with other treatments to help patients as much as possible. For example, PRP use can be combined with laser therapy to remove acne scars.
Treatment of skin diseases in the clinics of Dr. Renat Achmerow®
Our specialists complete professional training and undergo regular further training in order to be able to better serve our patients. You can always register for a preliminary diagnosis and discuss the necessary treatment. We also follow scientific developments in the field of autologous blood plasma, carry out our own research and share further information and research results with you. Our patients improve their health, increase their medical competence and thereby achieve better results using the PRP Plasmolifting procedure.