PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is an advanced technique becoming more and more popular in esthetic procedures all around the world. Due to its fully customizable nature and easy-application many clinics around the world have started to focus on PRP Treatment and its numerous benefits. In theory, the procedure is very simple: your own is used to further infuse the target area with platelets to prevent hair loss.

But “What is PRP Hair Treatment?” “Why is it so popular?” “Why should you get PRP in Turkey?” are some of the questions that you may be asking, continue reading to find out all about PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey.

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One of the most popular non-surgical treatments for hair loss is the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) method. PRP hair treatment in Istanbul, Turkey has especially become popular because of the successful results in hair thickening and great hair clinics in Turkey.

If you are also hesitant about more invasive hair treatment methods and have been looking for an effective alternative, the PRP hair treatment can be a great option for you.

How does the PRP hair treatment work?

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The logic is simple: blood is drawn and then re-injected into a target area after its plasma has been separated. However there are some important steps to this procedure no matter how simple it may look upon first glance. Firstly you need to consult your doctor on whether PRP is the best method for your hair treatment journey. Then your doctor will run some tests to determine whether your blood is viable for regenerating the plasma. After you clear these steps the actual PRP Procedure may begin.

PRP hair treatment is completed in 3 main stages:


1. A small portion of blood is drawn: This is usually one to two tubes or approximately 2 ounces depending on the target area.


2. Blood is placed into a centrifuge and platelet-rich plasma is obtained via separation of red blood cells: This part is done in a sterile lab environment and usually takes about 30 minutes.


3. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected into your scalp with a syringe: This area is determined in the consultation before the blood is even drawn out so the platelet plasma rich syringe is injected into the target area without further ado. Et voila! The procedure is done and the patient may leave with no post-op particulars. The patient may be advised not to shower for the day of the procedure. The doctor will make sure to tell the patient how to take care of their hair after the procedure.

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Who is eligible for PRP hair treatment?

PRP Hair Treatment is not particular to gender or age: anyone who has experienced significant hair loss may be eligible for PRP hair treatment. However there may be a time frame to get this procedure. Make sure to consult your doctor when you observe significant changes in the viability of hair like partial balding or extreme loss. After determining the cause of hair loss and checking the health of your hair your doctor may advise you to go through with the PRP treatment. However if the hair has lost its viability and overall health PRP may not be as beneficial as desired. If you feel like you need a consultation make sure to reach out to us for your own free consultation with our team of surgeons.

Why is PRP Hair Treatment necessary?

Amongst hair treatments PRP is the most popular as the procedure is easy, the cost is amicable and most importantly results can be seen rapidly. In cases where the patient refuses hair transplant but needs to strengthen their hair PRP treatment may be the best course of action. Since it is directly applied to the scalp the treatment takes effect fast and results may be seen soon enough. It accelerates cell production in the follicles and repairs damaged hair. PRP treatment is usually done in a few rounds depending on the significance of hair loss. Since the hair follicles are stimulated in consistent doses you’ll see more and more hair growing in the target area in the post 6 to 12 months of the treatments.

Cost of PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey

Cost of PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey

As the treatment does not require the patient to be sedated the cost of the PRP treatment in Turkey is very efficient. Usually the average cost of PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey ranges between 120 USD to 190 USD depending on the clinics pricing. At Vantage Hair our price range is between 100 USD to 150 USD depending on the the amount of PRP treatment sessions our patients will get.

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Step by Step Guide for PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey

You’ve decided that you want to get a PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey but you are unsure about which steps to take? Don’t worry,we’ve got you covered. Here is a step by step guide for PRP Hair Treatment in Turkey.


1. Don’t jump the gun just yet, get a consultation first: Make sure that before you make the trip you are informed about the treatment that is well suited to your hair. Depending on the desired length or a recovery of loss your doctor will suggest a few rounds of PRP treatment.


2. Decide on the clinic: The choice of clinic is probably the most important part of your hair treatment journey in Turkey. Make sure to choose a clinic that understands and prioritizes your needs and is able to communicate with you every step of the way.


3. Organize your trip: Check your calendar and book your tickets. PRP is a short treatment with little to no special after care. Your trip may be short accordingly but we suggest having a look around and enjoying the beauties Turkey has to offer if you are making the trip! At Vantage Hair we help our patients by making additional arrangements for accommodation if they so desire.


4. Talk to your surgeon about what you should be mindful of before the treatment: Your doctor will advise you to not color or heat treat your hair before the PRP treatment. Read on to the next segment to learn more about pre-care for PRP.

FAQs about PRP Hair Treatment

How should I take care of my hair before the PRP treatment?

Even though the treatment itself is simple, there are a few things you should be mindful of before your PRP hair treatment schedule. You should stay clear of dying, hair extensions, additional hair treatments like oils, serums or minoxidil at least a week before the PRP treatment. So be mindful of your PRP treatment date when you are making any appointments with your hairdresser.

Is Minoxidil better than PRP?

Use of Minoxidil is beneficial for some however as it is a topical treatment it has its limits. According to an experiment conducted by the National Library of Medicine (NIH) PRP treatment is an alternative procedure that is significantly more effective than Minoxidil with a success rate of 83%.

How should I take care of my hair after the PRP treatment?

There is not much to do when it comes to aftercare for a PRP treatment as your scalp will do everything for you in due time. However there are some crucial steps to be mindful of. You should avoid using any hair products on your hair 6 hours post the treatment procedure. Ask your surgeon to recommend a special pH balanced shampoo to use for a few days after the treatment, or as long as recommended by your doctor. You might want to avoid strenuous activity for the next week or so, like extreme sports and saunas.

How long will I need to wait for my next PRP treatment?

In order to improve hair viability and density your surgeon may recommend a few rounds of PRP. Usually the recommended PRP treatment is somewhere between 2-4 rounds depending on your hair density and volume of hair loss. Typically these treatments are placed in 5-6 week intervals. Make sure that your surgeon or clinic informs you about the interval that suits your schedule and hair health best.

Can you get PRP hair treatment on colored hair?

Yes, of course you can PRP hair treatment on colored hair however make sure that you have not colored your hair at least 2 weeks before the treatment and 2 weeks after. If you are unsure about the viability of your hair make sure to ask your surgeon for specific advice on when you can color your hair.

Article Review By: Dr. Jyothi Shenoy V
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