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PRP, or platelet rich plasma, is a simple medical procedure that uses a patients blood to accelerate healing. Platelet Rich Plasma procedures are used in aesthetic, hair loss, sports rehabilitation, orthopaedic, veterinary, and dental settings. The procedure involves taking a blood sample (typically between 10ml - 20ml) from the patient and separating the sample into whole blood and plasma by using a centrifuge. Once separated, the plasma will have a high-concentration of platelets - small blood cells responsible for the healing of wounds. This platelet rich plasma is collected from the sample and reinjected into the patient in a localised area.
For a far more detailed account of How PRP works, please follow the link to a helpful article here