Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been successfully used in medicine for many years, focusing on areas such as wound healing, tissue repair and in orthopaedics, dentistry, neurosurgery and ophthalmology. Defined as an autologous concentrated preparation of platelets, PRP therapy is a great procedure for your aesthetic clinic either as a standalone treatment or to compliment other procedures such as dermal fillers and derma roller with an increased demand for our Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course.
This system uses your bodies own growth factors in order for the skin to repair and rejuvenate itself. Using the platelets in the blood are concentrated in clear plasma. Once this plasma is injected into the skin, a large amount of growth factors are released to stimulate the soft tissue regeneration for skin rejuvenation and hair loss.
- Facial aesthetics & Hair loss – why use PRP?
- The history of plasma rich protein and its use in medicine.
- Pharmacology and Toxicology
- Anatomy and physiology
- Patient management – expectations
- Obtaining valid consent
- How to achieve safe and predictable outcomes
- Complication management and indemnity insurance information
- Extraction, Preparation and Dosage Management
- Injection techniques – face, neck and head (hair loss)
- How to maintain predictable outcomes
- Hands on practical session – skin rejuvenation and hair loss.