Hair loss is one of the problems men have been trying to solve for centuries.
The fact that the Ebers Papyrus - the first known medical document in history - written in 1500 BC, contains formulas that can be used to treat hair loss is the greatest proof that humanity has been looking for a solution to hair loss for hundreds of years.
For example, the Roman ruler Julius Caesar who lived in the 100s BC tried various methods of treating baldness throughout his life. When none of them succeeded he began wearing a bay leaf crown to disguise baldness.
Fortunately, we don't need a bay leaf now.
In the treatment of hair loss, we have strengthened our position with methods that bring lasting results, such as hair transplant and procedures that improve hair quality, such as PRP and mesotherapy for hair.
Details you need to know about plasma therapy:
You may obtain detailed information about the hair loss process and its treatments:
You may find some of our before and after results, below;
What is PRP for hair? How is this procedure performed?
PRP treatment is the process of separating the therapeutic part of the blood taken in small amounts from the patient and introducing it into the patient’s skin by injection.
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma.
Platelets are microscopic blood cells that prevent blood loss in the event of a possible rupture or injury.
Platelets contain over 30 proteins called growth factors which are responsible for repairing, regenerating, and slowing down aging. These secreted proteins help revitalize hair follicles.
The most important of these growth factors that are naturally found in platelet-rich plasma are:
This reparative function of platelets which are separated by laboratory methods under sterile conditions and injected back into the skin helps slow or stop hair loss and increase the vitality of hair follicles.
What are the benefits of PRP for hair?