Hair Transplant

PRP

PRP is one of the non-surgical applications applied to make sparse and weak hair stronger and healthier. Hair follicles are revitalised with PRP method. Thus, the necessary cell renewal support is provided to thinning or weak hair and it is possible to make them stronger. As one of the non-surgical treatment options, PRP treatment can both prevent hair loss and contribute to the results of hair transplantation when performed simultaneously with hair transplantation.

Thanks to the PRP method for hair, which is applied to repair weakened and thinning hair, hair follicles thicken and gain a more voluminous appearance. In addition, PRP treatment protects the hair against hair loss. PRP treatment also has the ability to increase hair follicle vitality.

It undertakes the task of stimulating hair growth by revitalising sleeping hair follicles and repairing hair tissue. Especially in skin areas with fine hair, it is possible to obtain successful and effective results with keratinocyte and epithelial growth factors provided by platelets. Since PRP treatment provides significant benefits in a short period of time, it has managed to become one of the most preferred methods for the prevention of hair loss.

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is a popular treatment method used in many different fields of medicine and for different purposes. PRP hair treatment is applied to people with sparse and weak hair to prevent hair loss, strengthen the hair and make them healthier. For this, blood is taken from the person and processed. Hair follicles are repaired by applying the obtained thrombocyte-rich plasma to the scalp. 

PRP method should be applied by specialised physicians. Since it is applied in the form of processing and using the blood taken from the person, undesirable situations such as the development of an allergic reaction or the transmission of any disease are not encountered. After PRP application, hair follicles begin to revitalise. As the hair tissue develops, thinned and damaged hair follicles are repaired. At the end of this process, the person who undergoes PRP treatment has healthy and vibrant hair.

PRP is not a method that regrows hair. The only method that provides hair growth in the balding area is hair transplantation. PRP contributes to the thickening and strengthening of hair that has weakened and weakened due to various reasons. PRP, which promotes hair growth by providing tissue repair in the hair, also plays an important role by acting as a stimulant to revitalise sleeping hair follicles and stimulate new hair growth. 

Who is PRP Suitable for?

PRP hair treatment; It can be applied to people with male pattern hair loss, thinning and thinning hair.

How is PRP done?

Between 10 and 20 ml of blood is taken from the person to be applied PRP and this blood is processed by microfiltration and centrifugation methods. Thus, the red cells in the blood are separated. The plasma material rich in platelet and platelet cells obtained as a result of the process is injected into the hair follicles to provide tissue regeneration. The PRP method, which is completed in about 30 minutes, does not cause pain or pain in the patient. 

The number of sessions of PRP treatment and the frequency of the sessions are determined individually for the patient. Generally, a treatment is planned in which 3 to 5 sessions are completed within 2 to 4 weeks. Although the effect of PRP treatment on hair follicles begins to occur immediately, the effect obtained can be seen definitively after an average of 3-4 weeks after the application.

Recovery Process After PRP

PRP is not a treatment that is painful or requires a long healing process. There is no interruption in the daily life of the patient after PRP treatment.  If there is no pain or irritation in the injection area, there is no obstacle to washing the hair in the normal order. 

Hair should not be coloured and perm type procedures should be avoided for 72 hours after PRP treatment. In addition, harsh chemicals should not be used due to the risk of irritation and various complications at the injection site.

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