PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma):

PRP is a procedure that utilizes your own blood plasma rich in platelets to stimulate tissue regeneration and improve skin condition. The process is simple – a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and then processed in a specialized device to obtain concentrated platelet-rich plasma. This plasma is then administered in specific areas of the body, leading to the stimulation of regenerative processes and improvement in skin quality.

PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin):

PRF is an advanced version of PRP that additionally utilizes fibrinogen and other growth factors present in the plasma. The PRF procedure also involves drawing blood from the patient and processing it to obtain plasma rich in fibrinogen and growth factors. Similar to PRP, this plasma is then applied to the appropriate areas to stimulate regenerative processes and improve skin condition.

Benefits of PRP and PRF:

  1. Tissue regeneration: Both procedures aim to stimulate tissue regeneration, which can lead to improved skin structure, reduced wrinkles, scars, and hair growth.
  2. Naturalness: We use the patient’s own biological materials, minimizing the risk of rejection or allergic reactions.
  3. Minimal side effects: PRP and PRF are relatively safe procedures, and side effects are usually minimal, including slight redness, swelling, or bruising.

Procedure of PRP and PRF Treatment:

On our website, you can find detailed information about the procedure, from preparation to the injections themselves. Our qualified staff will accompany you at every stage, ensuring comfort and professional care.

Feel free to contact our aesthetic medicine clinic to schedule a consultation. Our experienced specialists will answer your questions, tailor the procedures to your individual needs, and help you achieve the desired results.

Price: from 550 PLN – 1100 PLN

Procedure duration: approximately 45 – 60 minutes

Anesthesia: Yes, numbing cream

Recovery: 7 days

Description of the Procedure:

The PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) and PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin) procedures consist of several basic steps that may vary slightly depending on the specific aesthetic medicine clinic. Here is a general description of how the procedure may look:

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Consultation: You will initially be invited for a consultation with a doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist. During the consultation, you will discuss your goals, expectations, as well as assess your overall health and any contraindications to the procedure.


Blood collection: If you are a candidate for PRP or PRF treatment, a small amount of blood will be drawn from your vein, similar to a routine blood test.


Blood processing: The collected blood will be placed in a special centrifuge that separates the blood components, such as red blood cells, from the platelet-rich plasma or fibrin-rich plasma. This processed plasma will be used for the treatment.


Preparation of the treatment area: The doctor or specialist will prepare the area where platelet-rich plasma or fibrin-rich plasma will be applied. This can be the face, scalp, neck, décolletage, or other areas, depending on the treatment goals.


Application of the plasma: The processed plasma will be injected or applied to the skin using a thin needle or micro-needling technique. The procedure is usually minimally invasive and does not cause significant discomfort.


Conclusion of the procedure: After the application of the plasma, the area may be gently massaged to evenly distribute the plasma and stimulate absorption.


After the procedure: After the procedure, you can return to your daily activities. In most cases, there is no need for prolonged recovery, but you may experience mild redness, swelling, or bruising, which usually subsides within a few days.

It is important to remember that the above description is general, and specific details may vary depending on the preferences and protocols of the aesthetic medicine clinic, as well as the individual needs of the patient. It is crucial to discuss all the details and any questions with the doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist before the procedure, to have a full understanding of the process and expected results.

Absolute and relative contraindications for the procedure

Before undergoing PRP (platelet-rich plasma) or PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) procedures, there are contraindications that need to be considered. Contraindications can be divided into absolute and relative. Here is a list of example contraindications:

Absolute contraindications:

  1. Pregnancy: The procedure should not be performed on pregnant women due to safety concerns for both the mother and the fetus.
  2. Cancer: Individuals with active cancer should not undergo this type of therapy.
  3. Severe blood disorders: Patients with severe blood disorders such as aplastic anemia or leukemia should avoid the procedure.
  4. Skin infections: The presence of skin infections in the area where the procedure is to be performed is a contraindication.
  5. Active infections: Individuals with active infections, both systemic and local, should not undergo the procedure.

Relative contraindications:

  1. Autoimmune diseases: Individuals with active autoimmune diseases should exercise caution and consult with a doctor before the procedure.
  2. Anticoagulant therapy: Patients taking anticoagulant medications should consult with a doctor to assess the risks and benefits associated with the procedure.
  3. Severe chronic diseases: Individuals with severe chronic diseases such as heart failure or kidney failure should discuss the possibility of the procedure with their attending physician.

It is important to note that these are only example contraindications, and the final decision regarding qualification for the procedure should be made by a doctor after a thorough evaluation of the patient’s individual health status. A detailed consultation with a doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist is necessary before undergoing the procedure to assess your medical situation and eliminate any potential contraindications.

A few commonly asked questions that patients have before undergoing PRP or PRF procedures

What are the benefits of PRP or PRF procedures?

PRP and PRF procedures can bring various benefits, such as improving skin condition, reducing wrinkles, scars, and pigmentation, stimulating hair growth, and tissue regeneration.

How long does a PRP or PRF procedure take?

The duration of the procedure may vary depending on the area to be treated, but it typically takes between 30 to 60 minutes.

Is the procedure painful?

Local anesthesia or numbing cream is usually applied before the procedure to minimize discomfort. Most patients describe the sensations as minimal or mild.

How long is the recovery period after the procedure?

You can return to your daily activities immediately after the procedure. There may be mild redness, swelling, or bruising, which usually subsides within a few days.

How often should PRP or PRF procedures be repeated to maintain the effects?

The frequency of repeating the procedures depends on the treatment goal and individual patient needs. Typically, a series of treatments are recommended at intervals of a few weeks or months, followed by maintenance treatments to sustain the effects.

What are the potential side effects?

Side effects after PRP or PRF procedures are usually minimal and may include mild redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site. In rare cases, infections or allergic reactions may occur. It is important to follow post-procedure instructions and contact your doctor if you experience any concerning symptoms.

What are the expected results of the procedure?

The results of PRP or PRF procedures may gradually become visible over a few weeks or months, depending on the individual’s response. You can expect improvements in skin quality, reduction in the visibility of wrinkles, improvement in hair density and quality, and overall skin rejuvenation.

It is important to note that the answers to these questions may vary depending on the specific aesthetic medicine clinic and protocols followed by the doctor. It is always worthwhile to consult directly with a doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist to obtain detailed information and answers to individual questions.


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