Completely natural, no risk of allergy
Readily used to reduce wrinkles, give elasticity and vitality to the skin, healing persistent wounds and burns, PRP is also frequently used in hair loss treatment. Hair PRP is a natural, non-allergic, easy-to-perform and reliable procedure. We regard Hair PRP as a strengthening support treatment. Keeping in mind that hair transplant is a tedious and challenging procedure, hair PRP is a scientifically proven method that increases the success rate of hair transplants. The use of hair PRP is not only limited to patients undergoing hair transplant; it is an effective method we use on patients who wish to nourish existing hair follicles or those who complain of hair loss. After hair transplants, the nourishing agents inside the hair PRP solution support the recipient site and implanted hair follicles, thereby increasing the affectivity of the hair transplant procedure. PRP feeds hair follicles, improves follicle survival rates and contributes to immediate nourishment through capillary vessels. The VEGF hormone found inside the PRP solution doubles the positive effect by promoting the development of new blood vessels around the follicles.
Application of Hair PRP
In hair PRP, the patient’s blood is collected inside a tube during the transplant procedure. This blood is centrifuged in laboratory conditions before being enriched for thrombocytes. If necessary, certain additives are added into the solution based on the patient’s needs. Depending on the patient’s preference, it is possible to apply a local anaesthetic cream before the procedure. This pre-prepared PRP solution is injected into the recipient site using very fine needles. Hair PRP protocols are developed according to the patient’s individual needs and are usually performed in 3 to 4 sessions with one week intervals. On average each session lasts about 30 to 45 minutes. It is possible that the patient develops rashes, however this only lasts for a few hours. To prevent irritation, refrain from using make-up, skin contact or exposure to direct sunlight.