Effect of platelet-rich plasma on patients after blepharoplasty surgery.



Patient-reported data indicate that compared to the basal group, the PRP group showed no significant differences regarding pain, itching, or color, but had better values for stiffness and thickness (months 1 and 2) as well as scar irregularity (month 1). Data reported by the clinical observer showed that in comparison with the basal group, the PRP group showed no differences in vascularization or pigmentation, but had lower (better) scores regarding thickness, relief, and pliability (at all assessment times). The total assessment values from patients and the observer were significantly better for the PRP than the basal group.


Autologous PRP treatment enhanced some parameters associated with healing properties, suggesting a potential therapeutic value after blepharoplasty surgery.

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