What is PRP, Platelet Rich Plasma?

PRP is a special preparation made from autologous blood. For this purpose, approximately 15 ml of blood is drawn on the day of treatment and a separate platelet-rich plasma is immediately obtained from it. Own maintenance system! Platelets contain growth factors that can promote the production of cell-retaining substances such as collagen and hyaluronic acid. In addition to closing wounds and accelerating healing, platelets also stimulate cell regeneration and metabolism.

What is PRP used for in aesthetic medicine?

  • general improvement of the complexion
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Bags under the eyes
  • Tear trough
  • Acne scar improvement
  • Neck and décolleté rejuvenation
  • back of Hand


Examples of PRP therapy in aesthetic medicine

Vampire Lift - skin rejuvenation with PRP treatment

Vampire lifting is a relatively new, extremely safe and well-tolerated method that can slow down the aging process of the skin. This is not a physical lift, but the introduction of the patient's own plasma under the skin. This method has found many followers.

Especially for Hollywood female stars, due to its undeniable advantages: facial skin, as well as the neck, back of hands and cleavage areas have been significantly rejuvenated after surgery. Especially in the areas around the eyes and periorbits that are difficult to treat by aesthetic medicine, the vampire lifting operation has a good response and few complications.

he rejuvenates and improves the vampire lift the skin condition?

 The medical treatment of autologous blood has long been known. The beneficial effects on the body are well documented. This includes firstly improving or accelerating wound healing. Skin regeneration is achieved through the regeneration of skin components elastin and collagen. In addition, serum components stimulate the formation of connective tissue. In other words, the skin becomes visible and gains the desired "gloss".

How does vampire face lift work? 

Before direct treatment, a small amount of blood is taken and specially prepared. At the same time, a locally effective anesthetic cream can be used. The resulting platelet-rich plasma is injected into the treated skin area in a very thin layer. Hypodermic needle.If you need to treat a large area such as the entire face or shoulders, you can also use the puncture method to apply PRP to a larger area under the skin. From blood collection to preparation of blood, the whole process takes about 30 minutes with prp tubes.

Before the real vampire rebellion, and in the clinic. With proper pretreatment, the therapy is painless. There will be slight swelling after treatment. To reduce the swelling associated with the injection, we apply a mask on the treatment area. It is recommended to use masks continuously at home for the first 1-2 days. Generally, a socially acceptable appearance is achieved in about 1-2 days.

When can you notice the improvement in skin condition and how long will the effect last? The first result can be seen a few days after treatment. The skin is constantly regenerating. The mild PRP boost is fully unfolded in 4-8 hours. Weeks, especially for frequent use. Lasts from 6 to 12 months.

When and how often should the vampire rebellion be repeated? For best results, PRP treatment should be performed regularly twice a year. , It is recommended to perform 3-5 "blood-sucking lifts" every 4 weeks to stimulate the skin's regenerative ability as much as possible. What are the risks and side effects of the vampire elevator? In PRP therapy, such as vampire lifting, only the body's own substances are used and processed.

Are you still unsure or still have unanswered questions about PRP therapy or the vampire elevator?

Make a non-binding appointment and conduct a personal consultation with PRP for hair loss. Hair has great symbolic power, exuding health, youth and charm. For many patients, thinning hair, bald spots, or bald spots are not just a cosmetic problem; on the contrary, hair loss is often a psychological burden.

With PRP therapy, there is now an effective treatment option for hair loss. Hair loss The production and overall effects of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) have been discussed earlier in this article. In particular, PRP has a positive effect on hair growth, regeneration and density.

Hair roots PRP is based on the knowledge that adequate supply of hair roots with essential nutrients is a prerequisite for healthy hair growth. How does PRP hair care work? Other parts of the skin. Wash your hair before dating.

Before direct treatment, a small amount of blood is drawn and special training is performed. At the same time, local anesthesia can be given if necessary. The resulting platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the treatment area of ​​the scalp with a very thin injection needle. If the entire scalp is treated in the case of diffuse hair loss, the application is painless and quick.

With a special injection device ("MesoGun"). The entire treatment takes about 30 minutes, from blood collection to blood production to injection, which is carried out in the outpatient clinic.The treatment is usually painless. After treatment, the scalp may have a small amount of spotting bleeding due to acupuncture, usually immediately after treatment, a sociable appearance.

Can PRP therapy prevent hair loss?

Yes, especially at the beginning of hair loss, PRP treatment can prevent progressive hair loss, and in some cases can even reverse it. Use PRP hair care to significantly reduce hair loss and even stop hair loss altogether. Thin and dull hair can become stronger and thicker again.

PRP therapy for scalp and hair roots uses the body's own stem cells from the body's own blood to stimulate the roots and improve the overall quality of the hair. Thanks to PRP, the growth of the transplanted hair is also stimulated after the hair transplant.

PRP treatment is not useful for people with chronic baldness. There are no longer any hair follicles that can be positively affected. For this treatment, hair transplantation is required in these cases.

Does PRP treatment help hormone-related baldness or baldness?

Yes, in general, PRP treatment can be used for the most common types of baldness. These include hereditary or hormonal premature hair loss. PRP treatment will only strengthen the hair roots that are currently in the growth phase. On the contrary, dormant hair roots have only negligible benefits. Therefore, for best results, PRP hair care should be performed 3-5 times a day.

The initial period is about 6 weeks apart. The same applies here: the more frequent and regular the treatment with platelet-rich plasma, the better the effect. It is recommended to have a course of treatment every 6 months as maintenance treatment.

How much does PRP hair care cost?

Cost and price. PRP hair care costs start from 400 Euros. When booking multiple treatment courses, the package price can be negotiated.