It seeks a solution to all diseases concerning skin, hair and nails. In dermatology, there is no certain age limit, and services are provided to people of all age groups. In addition, medical applications and laser treatments can also be applied.
What are Medical Applications?
- Skin care
- Chemical Peels
- Acne treatment
- Treatment of skin spots
- Dermapen – Dermaroller
- Regional Slimming
Which Diseases Does the Department of Dermatology Deal with?
- Acne and Similar Diseases and Treatments
- Intraoral Diseases and Treatments
- Nail diseases and treatments
- Venereal Diseases (Sexually transmitted diseases)
- Allergic Diseases and Tests
- Fungal Diseases
- Diagnosis and treatment of Psoriasis
- Viral eruptive diseases of the skin
What is PRP?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment is the application of plasma containing blood cells, which we call platelets or thrombocytes, by subcutaneous injection method in skin and scalp treatments.
Skin rejuvenation with PRP
Skin treatments with PRP are applied on the face, neck and décolleté areas. It is frequently used in the treatment of formations such as sagging, spotting and under-eye wrinkles on the skin. It can also be used for acne scars, underarm and leg wrinkles, and cracks and wrinkles in the hand area.
Treatment of Hair Loss with PRP
In order to ensure the continuity of a healthy hair follicle, it is necessary to feed it with the right materials and in sufficient quantities. The capillaries that feed the hair follicles carry the necessary restructuring materials to the hair follicles via the blood circulation. Today, unfortunately, there are many factors that interfere with the nutrition needed by hair follicles. We can divide them into personal and environmental factors. While personal factors primarily include genetic factors, circulatory disorders and aging, environmental factors include smoking, unbalanced diet and cosmetic products used etc.
Hair Treatment with PRP is based on the principle of eliminating the problems such as hair loss, oiliness and dandruff caused by the negative conditions mentioned above, by transferring the reparative substances present in the person’s own blood to the hairy area.