PRP during hair transplantation is a method used to accelerate wound healing and hair growth after sowing.
PRP Application in Hair Transplantation
PRP during hair transplantation is a method used to accelerate wound healing and hair growth after sowing. The goal of PRP treatment is to revitalize the hair follicles that have lost their strength and healthy structure. It has been observed that hair loss is reduced in the PRP treated individuals and the hair fibers are thickened in the applied area.
In patients who underwent PRP following hair transplantation, wound healing takes place in a relatively short time. The red spots and crusts that occur after the surgery are eliminated very quickly and the hair extension potential of the sown roots increases.
PRP What Does It Mean
PRP refers to the individual’s own natural plasma fluid, which contains more than one platelet. In the PRP, it is the person’s own blood. It is not possible for any immune reaction to occur because of the person’s own blood. PRP does not cause an allergic reaction.
PRP hair treatment is a treatment modality that is applied with the principle of tissue regeneration, reducing hair loss and strengthening of weakened hair follicles.
PRP hair treatment method; 10 cc scale blood obtained from people who have problems with their hair is separated in laboratory conditions and red blood is obtained. Located in this red blood provided; By subjecting white blood cells, platelets, clotting agents and PGFs to a specific application, the plasma needed for PRP treatment is made ready. The resulting plasma is injected into the part where hair loss begins or the hair follicles lose strength and the PRP application is completed.
This method of treatment of PRP is completed in approximately 30 minutes. There is no pain or trauma to the operation performed after the application. After the prepared plasma is injected into the scalp, the person can return to his daily life. It is recommended that the application be renewed once a year, so that the results of this renewed practice can be long term once a month for three months.
PRP Treatment Technique
PRP, Platelet Rich Plasma treatment technique is a method applied in the treatment of skin rejuvenation, wrinkles, scar and acne scars. In the PRP treatment technique based on the stem cell principle, the first procedure is centrifugation of blood obtained from the person. Plasma from red blood is separated by centrifugation. These plasmids are applied in the skin of the person by mesotherapy and filling technique. Plasma applied to the skin by this process, the stem cell migration and proliferation of the growth agent that acts in the secretion.
In the PRP treatment method, the administration of a specific plasma taken from the individual’s own blood eliminates the risk of disease and allergy that can pass through the blood to the person who is being treated. The procedure is painless and there is no trace. This makes PRP treatment technique advantageous over other methods.
Other features of the PRP treatment method that can be performed in hair, face, neck and décolleté regions are as follows:
It is very practical and safe to apply in patients.
The results of the PRP treatment technique are long-term.
-There are rejuvenating and constructive effects.
– Supports all vital functions of the skin except that it creates new collagen.
Re-rejuvenates by filling-out. In this way, the removal of wrinkles and lines are involved in the removal.
Who Should Use PRP Treatment?
For genetic or seasonal reasons, the hair is spilled and complaining about, hair lost its strength, anyone weakened can be a suitable candidate for PRP application.
PRP has three functional applications for hair transplantation:
To ensure the persistence of hair follicles after hair transplantation. (PRP supported FUE).
After hair transplantation, complete the recovery in a very short time.
After hair transplantation, rejuvenate and revitalize the newly planted hair follicles.
There is a certain period of time during which hair follicles are obtained from the donor area and transferred to the recipient region. It is very important to ensure the survival of hair follicles during this time. Roots obtained with this aim are kept in a cooled area and in special prepared solutions.
It is useful to add PRP into resting solutions or to wash the hair follicles directly with the PRP solution and allow the effects to occur more quickly. The desired effect can be explained by increasing the survival of hair follicles, accelerating wound healing, and triggering of hair follicles to produce hair.
What are the side effects of PRP?
There is no possibility of an allergic reaction or infection since the person administered in the PRP is his / her own blood. The person can be defined as donating blood to himself.
The effect of PRP can be observed differently in each administered patient. PRP is a totally helpful method, it is important to avoid disappointment when the person’s expectations are realistic. For recovery, it is a support method that is implemented only as an adjunct.