Platelet Rich Plasma injections rely on a technique both simple and safe, using the regenerative and healing properties of platelets.
They have the ability to locally release growth factors, small molecules that act as messengers to initiate the process of skin regeneration.
Injections of A-PRP into the dermis, support, accelerate and increase the tissue regeneration process.
A-PRP stimulates the synthesis of the different components of the extra cellular matrix (including glycosaminoglycans, collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and fibronectin). A-PRP induces stem cell division and differentiation, and stimulates neoangionesis.1, 2
A-PRP stimulates the patient’s cells to regenerate the skin’s connective tissue, resulting in accelerated healing post laser and chemical peels. It also improves the skin texture and elasticity and contributes to the remodeling of collagen fibres.3
Its antalgic effect helps to reduce pain and allows the skin to feel cool and fresh.
Local application of a solution of plasma enriched with platelets derived from the patient’s blood intents to trigger the healing process in non-responsive chronic wound, increase the wound repair rate and reduce pain. A-PRP has also been claimed to have bactericidal properties that allows the use of it for the prevention of infections after surgery or the treatment of infected wound.4
The application of A-PRP® in gel form is particularly effective in the treatment of ulcers (neuropathic, venous and pressure ulcers), triggering the healing process even in chronic non-responsive wounds.
It decreases pain and inflammation and reduces the duration of hospitalisation.
Adipose tissues are an abundant source of regenerative multipotent cells: preadipocytes, mesenchymal stem cells, which are able to survive and integrate into the host tissue.
To diminish partial resorption of fat after transplantation, Regen Lab proposes to mix A-PRP with the collected fat.
Functional and numerous platelets contribute to the success of the procedure, providing the essential growth factors (PDFG, TGF, IGF, EGF, VEGF, FGF) involved in stem cell proliferation, differentiation and, fibroblast and endothelial cell proliferation.