The amount of blood taken from the individual is separated into its components after a centrifugation process by platelet enrichment is called PRP. PRP treatment, the content of platelets, leukocytes, cytokines, growth factors are given by injection into the area of the person needs.
PRP is used in different branches of medicine in America, Europe and Far East. For example, it is a method of healing wounds, hair loss treatments or soft tissue healing.
What are the uses of PRP Hair Treatment?
It is a method used to prevent thinning of hairs seen in male pattern hair loss. PRP helps to strengthen hair or prevent hair loss. In hair transplant operations, as a supportive treatment, it provides fast healing and growth and strengthening of the transplanted area.
How is PRP treatment performed?
The application starts with taking the person’s blood in the hospital environment. The person’s blood is separated from the platelet-rich components and other components of the blood by centrifugation. Platelet rich, leukocyte, growth factors, and cytokine are injected into the skin of the person in a process that lasts no more than one and a half hours.
Who should prefer PRP Hair Treatment?
All men and women who experience hair thinning or hair loss may opt for PRP Hair treatment. PRP Hair treatment is applied during one year in repetitive sessions, every 2 months or 3 months. Although intensive treatment is preferred, it can be applied together with hair mesotherapy. However, it is important to note that a period of 15 days has elapsed between treatments.
How is PRP treatment applied in hair transplant?
The aim of PRP in hair transplant operations is the rapid healing of the tissue and the ability of the transplanted hair to adapt easily to the transplanted area.
PRP treatment also ensures that the hair follicle remains intact and the hair follicles receive oxygen and nutrients thanks to the growth factors it contains. Therefore, the hair grows faster after the procedure.