Difference's between fat-derived stem cell and PRP?

PRP is the method where a certain amount of patient’s own plasma is put into a special tube, centrifuged and growth factors that are separated out of the blood cells are applied on the patient’s skin. On the other hand, the fat-derived stem cells method is the injection of stem cells after liposuction of the fat from patient’s body and cultivating it with certain procedures to produce the stem cells that produce those growth factors continuously. PRP treatment needs to be repeated in order to achieve the desired result. Stem Cell treatment is a one-time procedure. Depending on the area of application, add-on-therapies can increase the persistence.  

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