What is PRP Treatment?

PRP stands for platelet rich plasma. Plasma is a part of the blood which is rich in many nutritious cells such as proteins. PRP Treatment was initially used as a transfusion product to treat patients with thrombocytopenia. Then, it started to be used in maxillofacial surgeries to stimulate cell proliferation, skin rejuvenation and anti-aging. Nowadays, PRP applications are common in treating musculoskeletal injuries and restoring hair.

How does PRP Treatment work?

At MedicalHair Turkey Clinic, PRP is applied to patients complaining about hair loss. And the steps of the application are as listed below:Blood collection from an easily accessible vein such as forearm
Separation of blood platelets into 3 parts in centrifuge for about 8 minutes: platelet poor plasma, platelet rich plasma, red blood cells
Injection of platelet rich plasma into areas where we want to trigger hair growth

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PRP for Hair Loss

When platelet rich plasma is injected into an area where we want to trigger hair growth it works similar to a fertilizer fed into a plant. PRP injections trigger and maintain hair growth by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and this supports following activities:

Natural hair growth activation
Faster healing post hair transplant operation
Stronger hair follicles
Thicker hair shaft

PRP after Hair Transplant

Due to the hair loss preventative benefits of PRP Treatment explained above, at MedicalHair Clinic we strongly recommend this application to patients who have had hair transplant procedure. PRP sessions may be included in their hair transplant packages and this will enhance their hair growth with supplements similar to natural and organic fertilizers.

How Often Should You Get PRP?

In order to get the best results it is recommended to get a PRP application for at least 4 to 6 sessions. When it is applied once a month for 4 to 6 months, hair growth, hair shaft thickening and rejuvenation is enhanced at a maximum level. 

For maintenance of the positive effects, it is known as best practice to repeat this routine for every 6 to 12 months.

Does PRP Have Any Side-effects?

There are no PRP related dangerous side effects observed at clinical trial studies. However, PRP is not recommended to patients who are heavy smokers, heavy drinkers or have some specific medical histories. 

If you would like to get a free consultation regarding PRP; you can contact MedicalHair Clinic via: +1 (734) 660 7108 or [email protected]

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