PRP is the procedure of separating the components of a small amount of blood to make it rich in platelets. PRP treatment is injecting this obtained fluid that is rich in platelets, leukocytes, cytokines and growth factors to the region that requires it.
PRP is used for various medical purposes in the United States, Europe, and the Far East.
These include wound and soft tissue healing and hair loss treatments.
What can PRP hair treatment be utilized for?
PRP is an effective method of treatment for male pattern hair loss. PRP helps strengthen hair and prevents hair loss. When combined with hair transplantation operations, PRP will help ensure rapid healing and will help the hair to grow and strengthen.
How is PRP treatment applied?
The first step of the treatment is withdrawing a certain amount of blood from the patient. This blood sample is separated into its components with centrifuge to obtain a platelet-rich plasma component. This platelet-rich plasma also contains leukocytes, growth factors and cytokines and is injected to the skin with a procedure that takes approximately 90 minutes.
Who should prefer PRP Hair treatment?
All men and women with thinning hair or hair loss can benefit from PRP Hair treatment. PRP Hair treatment is repeated every 2 to 3 months for one year. If the patient requires a more intensive treatment, PRP can be combined with hair mesotherapy. However, it should be noted that there needs to be at least 15 days between the two treatments.
How is PRP treatment combined with hair transplantation?
The purpose of combining PRP with hair transplantation operations is to ensure rapid healing and better adaptation to the recipient region. PRP treatment also ensures healthy hair follicles by increasing oxygen and nutrient supply to the tissue. This helps the hair grow faster.