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Prp (Platelet Rich Plasma) means blood rich in platelet cells. While the PRP application is applied for hair transplant, the patient’s own blood is distilled.Platelet cells use plasma rich in growth factors.
The liquid part of blood is called plasma. Plasma carries important substances such as amino acids, carbohydrates and elements to tissues. Blood also contains platelets. In short, it accelerates wound healing in the body. Therefore, platelets in the blood are distilled. And it is injected into the scalp for wound healing and rapid growth of hair follicles after hair transplant.
Who does not apply Prp?
It does not apply to those who have a family history of cancer in their mother or father, who constantly use blood thinners, those who have blood-related diseases, and those who have an infection or inflammation in the scalp.
Why is prp used in hair transplant?
Its primary purpose is to accelerate tissue healing. It is to artificially increase the number of platelets in the hair transplant area. In this way, the hair is aimed to grow stronger and faster.
Who is Prp needed for?
Prp may be beneficial in patients with thin hair after hair transplant. It can also be used in patients with wound healing problems. It can be used in patients who have difficulty in creating a hair front line.
How many hours does Prp take?
Prp application is done 3 days after hair transplant. It may take approximately 5 hours to draw blood and apply it to the head. This may vary depending on the size of the area to be treated on the head.
How many sessions should be done after prp hair transplant?
This is completely determined according to need. This process can be repeated at certain intervals up to 3 sessions. The thickness of the hair and the patient’s head lesson determine the number of these sessions.
Is Prp a harmful process?
Prp has no side effects. Because the blood taken is yours. So no external material is used. Therefore, it does not have any side effects. Distilling the blood taken and transferring it to the scalp is also done. Therefore, no side effects are observed after the procedure, except for some known temporary problems. These;
- Dull ache at the injection area
- Sensitive scalp for a while and headache
- Temporary bleeding