Platelet-rich plasma and usage methods
Platelet-rich plasma and PRP treatments are used for a very long time treating different types of illnesses and injuries in Europe, Asia and the United States. Platelet-rich plasma made from the patient’s own blood is primarily applied for the treatment of diabetic leg wounds or sports injuries. The treatment area extends and applies to hair loss treatment, pain management, speed up recovery after surgery, burns and even cosmetic surgery. Research data on the usage of PRP is abundantly avaialble on the world wide web. Please contact us for further details.
- Treatment of wounds
- Dental surgery
- Eye illnesses: bloodrecycling.net and an article on the subject
- Hair loss
- Sports injuries
- Animal treatments, especially horses
- Aesthetic treatments
- Plastic surgery: anti-aging and PRP treatment
- PRP and fat transplantation can be combined.
GLO PRP is the most effective PRP system on the market
GLO PRP is the most effective PRP system on the market to produce high quality platelet-rich plasma. The compact PRP system with small footprint is highly suitable for all medical centers, private offices and hospitals. Glofinn Oy, which operates from Salo, Finland is responsible for the sale and the marketing of the products in Finland and the rest of European countries. On the Retailers section, you can find our co-operative partners in the European nations and you can also contact us via e-mail or phone for additional questions.
PRP for dental use
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a new approach to tissue regeneration and it is becoming a valuable adjunct to promote healing in many procedures in dental and oral surgery, especially in aging patients. The method is to use a concentrated suspension of the growth factors found in platelets. These growth factors are involved in wound healing and function as promoters of tissue regeneration. Accelerated healing is a goal in implant dentistry. Glofinn has the solution that activates the natural healing process using GLO PRP system.
In the procedure after suturing the wound, the dentist will apply the GLO PRP to the surgical area. This will enhance healing and decrease the amount of discomfort following the surgery. The dentist will provide aftercare instructions and possible prescription for a pain medication. GLO PRP is sterile and risk free of contamination, easy to harvest and apply, it is used in many procedures in oral and dental surgery.
GLO PRP protocol for dental use (in English)
(Dr. Ferenc Döri, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary)