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PRP Supported Hair Transplantation

PRP Supported Hair Transplantation

When should PRP treatment be performed after a hair transplant?

 

PRP is a treatment method that has been used for many years. It is known that hair development is supported by this procedure. Therefore, it is recommended to have a PRP treatment after a hair transplant. 

 

When is the PRP treatment performed after a hair transplant? How long does it take? Why is PRP treatment recommended after a hair transplant? In which situations can this therapy be necessary? We try to answer all these questions in this article. 

When should PRP treatment be performed after a hair transplant?
When should PRP treatment be performed after a hair transplant?

Hair Platelet Rich Plasma treatment is a very effective solution against hair loss. The method applied to thin or weak hair allows you to have a healthy and strong appearance. With PRP hair treatment, hair loss is prevented by preventing slowing cell renewal due to environmental and genetic effects.

 

What is PRP Hair Treatment?

PRP is an application for healing some diseases in the body and rejuvenate the skin with one’s own blood. PRP, which is very effective in hair treatment, stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. Platelets, namely thrombocyte cells in the blood have a healing, restorative and regenerating effect on the body. It is called PRP hair treatment when the blood taken from the person is separated into its components after centrifugation, enriched in thrombocyte and injected into the hairy area. While PRP hair treatment prices are determined, the amount of PRP to be applied is important.

 

What are the Benefits of PRP Hair Treatment?

PRP hair treatment, which is used as a cellular treatment method, is especially used to prevent hair loss. PRP, a natural, easy and reliable method, is an application that strengthens your hair. Platelet in the blood allows hair to grow. Thanks to the treatment that helps awakening and strengthening of the hair follicles while sleeping, new hair strands can grow and existing hair strands can also thicken. With PRP hair treatment, you can have healthy, strong and voluminous hair.

 

How is PRP Hair Treatment Applied?

Some blood is taken from the person for the treatment. Red cells in the blood are separated by centrifugation and microfiltration. After this procedure, a plasma material rich in platelet cells emerges. The material obtained is injected into the scalp. The PRP application, which takes for about 5 minutes, helps the hair follicles to repair themselves and return to their healthy days after a while. With the application, the results of which are evident after the second or third session, you can achieve the hair that decorates your dreams.

 

Who Is Suitable For The PRP Hair Treatment?

The risk of allergy and side effects of PRP, which is the injection of blood taken from the person’s own body into the same body after various processes, is very low. The treatment applied to both categories, young and middle age, can be applied regardless of men and women. PRP, which is applied every 2 or 3 weeks for 5-6 sessions, is recommended for everyone who has hair thinning or loss and does not have any discomfort. PRP hair treatment is not recommended for those who receive chemotherapy or radiotherapy, those who use blood thinners, those with inflammation or infection at the application site, those who have survived cancer, those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, those with insufficient platelet count, blood or autoimmune patients against any adverse situation.

 

Is PRP Hair Treatment Necessary in Hair Transplantation?

The day after the hair transplant operation, PRP can be optionally applied. PRP, which provides a rapid recovery of the tissue in hair transplantation operations, prolongs the active growth phase of the hair in the transplanted area. The application, which facilitates the adaptation of the transplanted hair to the region, supports the hair follicle to remain intact. Growth hormone, which provides micro-vessel formation in the transplantation area, significantly accelerates the oxygen and nutrient intake of hair follicles. One of the most curious questions on this subject is the question of whether PRP treatment will grow hair. In response; We can say that the optional application significantly increases the hair growth rate during and after hair transplantation.