What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
PRP is a concentrated blood plasma comprising platelets, growth factors, leukocytes and cytokines. The PRP treatment method has been used in Europe, the United States, the Far East for many years in different specialties. It is used for indications of wound healing, soft tissue restoration and hair loss.
What is PRP hair treatment used for?
PRP treatment for hair is an innovative treatment for hair loss or weakening of hair caused by androgenic alopecia.
PRP helps prevent hair loss and strengthen hair follicles.
PRP is also used at all hair transplants performed in the Easy Greffe Cheveux clinic to improve hair transplant results. PRP treatment helps the post-operative healing process, it also positively affects hair growth and thickness after hair transplant surgery.
How is PRP applied?
The process begins by drawing the patient’s blood and continues by spinning the blood sample in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the other components of whole blood. Then, this concentrated plasma is injected into the patient’s scalp.
The whole process takes about 45 minutes.
Who can receive PRP treatment?
Men and women with weakened hair are good candidates for PRP hair therapy.
The treatment must be repeated in several sessions according to the doctor’s order.
How is PRP used in hair implantation?
The next day after a hair transplant, after the medical dressing, Easy Hair Greffe can apply PRP hair treatment in addition to laser therapy or just PRP instead of laser treatment.
PRP-supported hair transplant operations allow tissues to heal faster, make hair follicles in the growth phase active for a long time and help them adapt to the transplanted area after the operation.
PRP with growth factor increases the speed of hair growth after the operation since it generates new micro-vessels in the implanted area and induces hair follicles to receive oxygen and nutrition in a short period.
For this reason, it is effective in increasing the rate of hair growth after the procedure.