Hair PRP

Platelet which is available in blood (i.e. thrombocytes) creates wound recovering, repairing and regenerative effect in the body. The main purpose of PRP is to benefit from this effect of thrombocytes. The aim of PRP applied on hair is to re-feed hairy tissue by using own cells of people. As it is known that thrombocytes in the blood has an encouraging effect to product collagen, it is benefited from this feature of thrombocytes in PRP treatment. Its security is most known between hair therapies.


Why do you lose your hair?

Millions of men and women are complaining of hair loss. This situation results from heritage and it may start any time after adolescence. In addition, we think that age, nutrition, stress, operation, drugs, social-life style factors, cures performed for hair loss trigger hair loss in women. Because hair follicles become weak and hair loss occur when hair stop to produce.

What is the reason of hair loss in men?

In addition to that hair loss in men results from heritage, we know that it is a very specific, multiple way triggered especially by dihydrotestosterone or DHT and hormones. In our country millions of men suffer from men-typed loss of hair. Hair follicles miniaturizes in this process and when getting weak, the potential cover scalp skin decreases, and this shows itself as thinning or hairless regions.

What is the PRP hair treatment and how does it work?

To regrow hair, PRP or Plasma that is rich of thrombocytes is an autologous treatment that can be performed approximately one hour and that can be derived from patient’s own blood. Blood is drawn with soft and sterilized techniques, centrifuged, separated and injection is created called prp. PRP contains growth factors and cytokines that are responsible for stimulating and increasing hair follicle function. Antiseptic solution is prepared for scalp skin and applied. Small injections of PRP send powerful thrombocyte- based growth factor to the skin at follicle level. Mechanic micron needling is performed

Who is the best candidate for PRP treatments in hair loss?

In case of PRP treatments, we concentrate on two types of hair loss: the patients who have thin-hair growth on haired skin in other words the patients whose hair follicles can be observed but have weak hair and who experienced alopecia and no hair, and those who have alopecia. In our experiences, these patients have great success with PRP hair extension treatments.

Hair PRP

Hair PRP