PRP Stem Cell Therapy

Sometimes (erroneously) referred to as the Stem Cell Therapy, PRP is a popular cosmetic procedure, advertised for its rejuvenating and recovering properties. Research has proven that PRP is a useful addition to hair transplantation. This treatment can shorten healing times, stimulate the transplanted grafts and improve the long-term results of surgical hair restoration.
What is the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?
Platelet-rich plasma (or PRP) therapy leverages the body’s natural ability to heal. More specifically, the process of preparation of this solution involves extracting plasma from a small quantity of a patient’s own blood with the help of a laboratory centrifuge and concentrating it. This component of blood contains elements that are crucial during a healing process.

The final PRP solution is then injected into the affected area of the scalp. During a hair restoration procedure, PRP is administered after the implantation stage. This solution is injected into the scalp tissue. Injections during a hair transplant are done under local anaesthesia.

Benefits of PRP Therapy

PRP Therapy has a number of applications: it is even used by athletes to treat injuries. At PENFUE Clinic in Turkey, we use PRP Therapy improve the regrowth rate of transplanted grafts, speed up healing, as well as to treat androgenic alopecia.

Price of PRP Therapy

PRP Therapy is already included in the price of hair transplantation packages at PENFUE Clinic. You can also visit us to get a stand-alone PRP Therapy course for a fee.

PRP Therapy Process
Step 1: Blood Collection
Patient’s blood is collected prior to the hair transplantation procedure by one of the nurses at the PENFUE Clinic in Antalya. Our clinic follows the strictest standards of hygiene.
Step 2: Centrifugation
A laboratory centrifuge is used the separate the different elements in the blood and separate the platelet rich plasma. This plasma is then collected into a syringe.
Step 3: PRP Therapy Application
Once the solution is ready, it is injected into the patient’s scalp. The surgeon makes many small PRP injections to cover the entire area. When this is done during a hair restoration surgery, the patient benefits from local anaesthesia and the injections are almost completely painless.

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