What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
PRP Therapy is…
Platelet is one of the blood elements that usually flows along the blood stream as an inactivated
form. But when it gets activated by wounds or damages of tissues, it performs its original functions
of blood clotting and wound healing. A method that maximizes these abilities by concentrating the
platelets and applying it to treatments is called PRP therapy.
Since there are a lot of Growth Factors in platelets, PRP can be used for various types of treatments
by triggering cellular proliferation, collagen production, hyaluronic acid production, epidermal cell
growth, angiogenesis, and etc.
Where to Apply PRP?
- DERMATOLOGY INTERNAL MEDICINE GERONTOLOGY
Cutaneous reconstruction and transplantation, Re‐implantation of Autologous cells, extemporaneous or
cultivated in‐vitro, Ulcer and chronic wound therapy (e.g. after radio therapy)
Pain relief, Cardio‐vascular surgery, Abdominal surgery, Maxillo‐facial surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Plastic &
cosmetic surgery/dermatology, Treatment of severe burns
- RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Healing remodeling, autologous cell culture, autologous stem cell culture, Cell differential, Tissue
regeneration, Cell Separation
- DENTAL MEDICINE
Dental extraction, Dental implantation