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      PRP Frequently Asked Questions

      PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) has become a popular regenerative and restorative treatment method in medicine and aesthetics in recent years. PRP is based on the use of a portion of the patient's own blood that is enriched, particularly in platelets. This method is effectively used in various fields including healing damaged tissues, skin rejuvenation, hair loss treatments, and orthopedic disorders.

      PRP, or "Platelet Rich Plasma" therapy, may sound technical, but it's actually a fairly simple procedure. It's a three-stage medical treatment where a person's blood is drawn, processed, and then injected back into the scalp. PRP is particularly suitable for those who want to avoid major procedures like surgery. It's generally a painless process with very few side effects. However, as everyone's body can react differently, it's essential to consult a specialist before starting this treatment. PRP offers new hope in the battle against hair loss.

      PRP hair treatment is a relatively simple and quick process. The first step involves drawing a small amount of blood from the patient. This process is as easy and quick as any blood test.


      The drawn blood is then placed in a centrifuge and spun at high speed. During this process, different components of the blood are separated. Our focus is on the plasma rich in platelets, or PRP. After the centrifugation, the obtained PRP is prepared for hair treatment. This plasma is adjusted for injection into the scalp using special syringes.


      PRP is carefully injected into the areas of the scalp where hair loss is significant, using small needles. This process is usually painless or causes only mild discomfort. There are generally no serious side effects or a long recovery period after the treatment. Patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment.


      The effects of PRP treatment usually begin to be observed within a few weeks or months. Multiple treatment sessions may be necessary to stimulate hair follicles and reduce hair loss. The effectiveness of the treatment and the number of sessions required depend on the individual's hair structure, degree of hair loss, and overall health condition.


      This method can be considered an alternative to more invasive procedures like surgery. Also, the use of the patient's own blood significantly reduces the risk of allergic reactions or infections.

      PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) hair treatment is typically applied for two main reasons: to reduce hair loss and improve hair quality. So, how does it work, and does it really grow hair? PRP can help strengthen hair follicles, thereby reducing hair loss. When applied to the scalp, PRP stimulates and nourishes hair follicles, contributing to the prevention of hair loss.


      The growth factors contained in PRP help thicken hair strands and improve hair health in general. This can make hair look fuller and healthier.


      But does PRP grow hair? PRP therapy helps rejuvenate existing hair follicles, but it doesn't regrow completely lost hair follicles. So, if there are still active hair roots in the scalp, PRP can help these roots produce healthier hair. However, its effect can be limited in cases of complete baldness. Multiple treatment sessions are usually required to see the effects of PRP, and the results can vary from person to person.


      In conclusion, while PRP hair treatment has the potential to reduce hair loss and improve hair quality, its effect may be limited in cases of complete baldness. Before starting treatment, it's important for individuals to consult a hair treatment specialist regarding their own hair condition and expectations.

      PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) hair treatment offers several benefits. This method has become a popular option for those concerned about hair loss. PRP can help strengthen hair follicles, aiding in the prevention of hair loss. The treatment nourishes and stimulates hair follicles, promoting healthier hair growth.


      PRP treatment can contribute to the thickening of hair strands, thereby increasing hair density. This results in fuller-looking hair. The treatment can improve overall hair quality and health. Hair can become shinier, healthier, and more manageable.


      PRP treatment uses the patient's own blood, meaning no foreign substances are injected. This reduces the risk of allergic reactions or rejection. PRP treatment is less invasive than surgical interventions and is generally painless. The recovery period is usually quick, and daily life can be resumed immediately after the treatment. The use of the patient's own blood minimizes the risk of infection.


      However, the effectiveness and results of PRP treatment can vary based on the individual's hair structure, cause of hair loss, and overall health condition. Additionally, multiple treatment sessions may be necessary in some cases. Therefore, it's important to consult a specialist before starting PRP treatment to determine the causes of hair loss and the most suitable treatment methods.