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PRP Method

PRP Method

PRP Method

PRP, the abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plasma, denotes a biological medicine obtained from your own blood.

In PRP treatments, platelet based autologous protein is mixed with rich plasma fluid from platelets and applied to those areas that have thin hair.

PRP is an excellent method that saves time and stops hair loss especially if the loss is sudden and fast, regardless of the reason.

10cc of blood is needed for PRP treatment. The platelets are distilled through 45 minutes of lab work.

The platelets contain tissue enzymes and nutritive factors that have a big role in tissue repair. It creates a vitalizing and rejuvenating effect on the hair roots when applied to the scalp. The effects will be felt and observed within 3 weeks to, at maximum, 3 months after the operation.

Using the fluid obtained from the patient’s own blood eliminates the risk of contagious diseases and allergies.

The method and sessions are determined according to the type and size of the area to be operated. PRP treatment takes, on average, 3-6 sessions. The treatment must be repeated once a year to have long-term results.

PRP is applied after hair transplantation to maintain the vitality of the follicles and ensure minimum damage during the completion of transplantation.

PRP can be applied to males or females who have problems of thin hair but not full hair loss. It is applied to treat regional hair loss called ALOPECIA AREATA.

The patient will spend an hour at Transmed Clinic. He may return to his social routine right after the operation.

PRP treatment is based on FDA certified applications and the results of the research carried out by the Transmed R&D team, which are all accepted in medical literature. They do not include experimental practices and they are totally safe. The International Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) has declared positive results of PRP treatment in hair transplantation through published scientific works.

 

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