PRP: PRP (platelet rich plasma) treatment for hair loss consists of three stages;
1. Taking the person's blood (ml varies depending on PRP tubes),
2. The blood taken is separated with the help of a centrifuge device,
3. The separated platelet-rich product is applied to the problematic area.
According to some opinions, PRP applications are thought to trigger natural hair growth and protect it by increasing circulation and increasing hair thickness. Sometimes it can be combined and applied with vitamin medications.
There has not been enough scientific research to say that PRP stops hair loss. PRP (Paleteal Rich Plasma) application has been used since the 1980s. It has been used for tendon ligament repairs and muscle problems.
According to a current study, “PRP's application in hair transplantation is still in the proving phase. Clinical practices in hair transplantation are still very weak.
Hair Mesotherapy: Mesotherapy is a treatment that slows down hair loss. The drugs used for mesotherapy are applied subcutaneously.
It is a form of treatment applied to improve the quality of hair and activate dormant cells.
Medications used for mesotherapy are administered subcutaneously in small doses with special needles. Mesotherapy is a local treatment method applied to the problematic area. The advantage of this method is that the drugs are effective and have low side effects.
While Hair Mesotherapy can be applied manually, special tools known as Derma Pen can be used for an effective treatment. This featured pen allows injection to a larger area in a shorter time, minimizing complications.
Mesotherapy hair should not be washed or any other medication should be applied.
Finasteride (Propecia): It acts through the 5 Alpha Reductase Type 2 enzyme, which converts the male hormone Testosterone into Di Hydroxy Testosterone (DHT). It is a product with antiandrogen effect. Finasteride prevents this transformation by inhibiting (suppressing) the 5 Alpha Reductase Type 2 enzyme. It is not suitable for use in individuals under the age of 18, those who have not completed their development, and pregnant individuals.
Hair loss and hair loss can be prevented with this treatment, but hair loss may occur again after stopping the treatment. Giving it as a supportive treatment after hair transplantation greatly helps hair growth.
This drug, which is normally used in prostate treatment, may therefore cause a decrease in sperm production and some sexual disorders, albeit at low rates. In some individuals, decreased ejaculation, intensity and intensity, decreased sexual desire may be observed.
The dose and time should be adjusted under the supervision of the doctor and according to his recommendations.
Minoxidil (5% Male Form - 2% Female Form) Spray:
It is a treatment applied to the problematic area in the form of a spray, adjusting the dose and time according to the doctor's recommendation. It causes hair loss and revitalization if there are dormant roots under the skin.
It expands and nourishes the capillaries that feed the hair follicles, and as we said, it stimulates thinned hair strands and dormant hair follicles and helps them grow.