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Hair Transplant in Turkey

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Hair Transplant in Turkey

The PRP, which was born as a regenerative technique for damaged tissues or scars, is used more and more often in the field of hair loss.

But how does it work and what are the consequences?

PRP, short for Platelet Rich Plasma, is a concentrate that is often used after an injury to accelerate cellular regeneration of tissues.

Over time, substance-based treatment is becoming more and more common in the world of hair loss. In fact, the nutrients contained in PRP can provide significant benefits to the scalp and hair.

It is the concentrate of growth factors contained in the PRP that arouses interest in aesthetic medicine, which treats hair transplant istanbul in particular. Among those dec have a more pronounced effect on hair are:

Platelet-derived growth factor, or PGDF, is able to stimulate the production of collagen and the formation of new blood vessels. These are necessary to keep the scalp healthy and allow it to grow back naturally.
Vascular endothelial growth factor, or VEGF, also stimulates angiogenesis and the development of endothelial cells.
Insulin-like growth factor 1 or IGF-1, which promotes the rapid healing of damaged tissues and stimulates the production of proteins necessary for the hair.
The transforming growth factor Beta, TGF-Beta, has the ability to anti-inflammatory tissue and activates the production of collagen.
"Thanks to these and other growth factors, PRP supports scalp health, promotes tissue repair, stimulates cell differentiation and promotes natural hair growth," says Emrah Çinik.

Furthermore, the use of platelet-rich plasma allows it to also have an effect on hair destined for permanent detachment due to progressive atrophy caused by advancing age, genetics or other factors.

For these reasons, PRP leaf treatment has special effects on increasing hair density, increasing hair diameter and regrowth.

In the link below is an in-depth analysis of a study conducted by a research team that published the results of the effects of PRP on some patients with androgenetic alopecia in 2014.

How to get a PRP based concentrate? And how long does the treatment last?

Protein-rich plasma therapy is divided into several stages.

First, the blood is drawn from the patient, usually from the arm, and then placed inside the tubes, which are placed in a centrifuge.

Activating the centrifuge allows the separation of the components that make up the blood, namely red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, in about 10-15 minutes.

In this way, it is possible to obtain a rich concentrate from platelets.

Then this concentrate is isolated and injected with the help of a needle into some areas selected by the doctor.

There is no danger of transmission or rejection of the disease, as PRP is obtained directly from the patient's blood and then injected.

But since it is an injection-based treatment, it should be performed by very experienced medical personnel. In fact, there is always the possibility of scalp damage or calcification at the injection sites, there are even scars.

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