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Personal Cell Therapy


Platelets Rich Plasma PRP

Personal Cell Therapy or Platelets Rich Plasma DERMATOLOGY CENTRE Dr. Cathy Dierckxsens Brussels is specialised in cosmetic procedures and lasers treatments for face and body. For medical dermatology the practice is specialised in medical laser treatments, mole- and skin cancer screening and in surgical dermatology. Dermatology Centre Avenue des Nerviens 41, 1040 Bruxelles, Belgium +32 (0) 2 735 94 42

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is a method in which autologous (= body's own) platelets are injected.

These platelets release certain substances, namely growth factors. The plasma is obtained by centrifuging

your own blood, immediately after blood draw, the PRP is then injected into the area to be treated.

The best indications for PRP treatment are skin rejuvenation and hair loss and it is also used after laser treatment.

`Injections of PRP into the skin or scalp initiates a healing process by releasing growth factors. This stimulates the synthesis of collagen in the skin, and the proliferation and differentiation of stem cells in the hair follicles.

PRP injections will boost the skin, improve texture and fine lines and are particularly indicated for treatment

of under eye area. PRP therapy can offer a solution for severe hair loss or before and after a hair transplantation. By injections of PRP into the scalp, hair follicles become stronger again and hair growth. will be stimulated.

Because PRP is extracted from our own blood, this innovative treatment for hair loss is seen as a safe and

effective technique. The growth factors in the PRP can make thin and damaged hair stronger again. 

It is important to realize that lost hair will not come back, but PRP treatment can have

a preventative effect on further loss.

Using PRP offers many advantages. It is a treatment with body's own substances, and therefore a safe and

well-tolerated treatment. PRP offers a natural alternative to conventional methods.

The treatment can also be combined with other different therapies.

It is important that you do not take blood thinners or anti-inflammatory medication one week before

treatment (eg. Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Voltaren, etc.) and that you drink enough water 24 hours before the

treatment. Anti-inflammatory drugs should also not be taken in the first week after treatment.

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