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PRP Treatment
in Turkey


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The process of the treatment

PRP Treatment for hair loss

Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP treatment, is a hair loss procedure that perfects the revitalisation of an area thanks to the platelets contained in the blood.

This hair loss treatment allows the regeneration of hair tissue by acting on the cells of the pill follicles. It consists of slowing down the ageing of cells and thus revitalising the scalp.

Thus, thanks to this treatment, we obtain younger and stronger hair.

It is a treatment used for years for other pathologies, dental, bone, etc.

Today, scientists have shown that it is very effective in the fight against alopecia.

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PRP treatment

Hair treatments

200 € / session

Rejuvenate your hair with our PRP package. The number of sessions will be determined by our dermatologist.

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    How does PRP treatment work?

    To carry out the PRP treatment, a blood sample is taken from the patient and then, using state-of-the-art scientific equipment, we obtain a mixture of platelet-rich plasma.

    The second step is to inject this solution into the scalp into the hair tissue. Thanks to this, we act directly on the cells and prevent them from ageing. This has a stimulating effect on all the follicles in the treated area and helps to have strong and resistant hair.

    By stimulating the follicular units and the vascularization, as well as the production of collagen, we obtain incredible results, allowing us to obtain greater volumes of hair.

    The benefits of PRP treatment

    PRP treatment is utilised in nearly all cases of alopecia, with a particular focus on female alopecia or post-traumatic alopecia. Over time, it has emerged as one of the primary treatments for alopecia.

    This treatment is suitable for all patients and can be used both before and after hair transplant surgery to help maintain results for an extended period. The number of sessions required may vary and should be determined by a dermatologist.

    One crucial aspect to consider regarding PRP treatment is that the injected solution is derived from a blood sample obtained from the same individual, ensuring the body’s non-rejection of the treatment.

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