What is PRP Treatment?
Hair PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) application is the application of plasma rich in reparative cells called platelets in the blood to the scalp. Platelet-rich serum obtained from the patient’s own blood is injected into the area where hair loss is intense. The main purpose of the application is to reduce hair loss to normal levels by nourishing the scalp. Better nourished hair has a more lush, healthy and fuller appearance than before. In addition to these, hair PRP application is also applied as a solution to people with oily and dandruff problems.
Can PRP Treatment Be Applied With Hair Transplantation?
Hair PRP treatment can be applied as a supportive and complementary measure to the FUE hair transplant method. It can expedite the compatibility process between the scalp and hair follicles after hair transplantation, allowing the transplanted hair to receive better nourishment.
It reduces the likelihood of re-shedding by ensuring that the transplanted hair adheres more tightly to the scalp. When applied within 15 to 20 days after hair transplantation, it maximizes the yield from the procedure and contributes to achieving the desired results. Additionally, it is known to accelerate the healing process after hair transplantation. The visible effects typically become apparent after the third session.
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How Many Sessions Is PRP Treatment Administered?
Hair PRP application is an effective treatment method for a long time. But it should be known that it is not effective for life. Although it varies from person to person, it can be effective for 1 year on average.
This process can also be prolonged depending on the person’s hair care and nutrition. Hair PRP application is reasonable to be applied more frequently in people with genetic hair loss. Apart from this, if it is applied at 1-year intervals, its positive effects will continue exponentially.