PRP treatment can help support wound healing in trauma and joint injuries. The technique can address male pattern baldness, stimulate hair transplant growth, and improve other cosmetic procedures. Advanced PRP treatment uses a high concentration of platelets that are rich in growth factors. PRP therapy helps reduce pain and increases repair of damaged tissue.
It can also help boost the healing process for injuries. PRP stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which thickens and tightens thin skin, effectively smoothing wrinkles and fine lines. Because it increases collagen, it's also an excellent treatment to improve overall skin texture and tone. It's especially good for people who suffer from rosacea or acne.
There is ample evidence to suggest that PRP injections can help heal sports injuries that affect joints, tendons, and other soft tissues in the body. While the many new applications of the PRP continue to expand, research on the PRP is ongoing. When it comes to orthopedic conditions, there is already a decent amount of evidence that PRP and regenerative medicine can have many benefits from PRP.