21 April 2021
Rejuvenation techniques never stop innovating. This is evidenced by an astonishing medical cosmetic procedure, but the effectiveness of which is becoming increasingly popular: the PRP injection (Plasma rich in platelets). How does this method work? Dr Didier Van Den Broeck, cosmetic surgeon in Mauritius, tells you more.
The PRP injection requires above all a blood test, done either by your surgeon or his assistant. The goal of this step is to obtain two 10 ml tubes of blood.
The next step is to run the tubes of blood through a centrifuge, which will spin. After 5-6 minutes, the blood is separated into two solutions: plasma and blood cells.
The plasma is collected in a syringe and then reinjected into the areas requiring anti-aging treatment. It can be on the cheeks, temples, under dark circles, the oval of the face, neck and / or décolleté.
In the case of very deep wrinkles, the cosmetic surgeon can use a derivative of the technique, PRF (for Platelets Rich Fibrine), the latter then becoming thicker, and therefore able to better fill the areas that require it.
Skin rejuvenation: PRP injection restores youthfulness to the skin, which regains tone and elasticity. The complexion becomes brighter and the skin firmer. Areas that can be treated: face, décolleté, neck, inside of arms and legs, stomach, hands.
Hair growth: PRP stimulates the stem cells of the hair bulb.
Presence of stretch marks: PRP helps reduce red stretch marks.
It takes about three to six weeks after the PRP injection to start seeing anti-aging results.
The cosmetic surgeon performs "platelet rich plasma" (PRP) injections in people who want a non-invasive procedure to regenerate the skin and improve its texture. Seek advice from Dr Didier Van Den Broeck if you are looking for an anti-aging cosmetic surgery solution capable of:
PRP injection may seem like an amazing technique, but its effectiveness is acclaimed by America's biggest stars. It can be coupled with laser or LED treatments. If you are looking for an anti-aging cosmetic surgery technique in Mauritius, seek advice from your usual doctor or Dr. Didier Van Den Broeck, who will explain clearly and fully how Platelet Rich Plasma works.