Mechanism of hair loss treatment by plasma
A specific amount is withdrawn from the patient’s blood and inserted into a centrifuging device that separates plasma cells from the rest of the liquid component of blood. Then plasma cells will be mixed with calcium, which is the primary catalyst that transports stem cells from hibernation to active status.
PRP injection are made under the skin in places where you want to activate hair growth.
Plasma works to stimulate cell division and reproduction, where these cells are considered responsible for the production of collagen and tissue regeneration, it also delays aging of the skin and stimulate the stem cells in the scalp.
PRP treatment has been declared safe for multiple reasons, and the most clear one is that the blood is taken from the patient himself. Having no cells from outside the body whether pharmaceuticals or organic.
Side effects and results
- Swelling may occur in the skin after the injection and may last for 24 hours
- Itchy sensation
- Redness of the skin
Which appear as a result of plasma treatment 15 to 20 days, depending on the nature of each person’s skin.
The results of PRP treatment are non-permanent and may lasts from 6 months to 1 year. For best results out of PRP, treatment must be done in multiple session during specified time intervals which set by the doctor.
Other uses for plasma treatment
- Skin wrinkles and facial freshness
- Acne scars surface young
- Activate and re-growth of hair
- Auras and also hands
- Refreshing skin in the elderly
Is PRP suitable for everyone?
Each qualified person for hair transplant operation can have a PRP injection, But patient with the following conditions must stay away from it:
- Liver patients
- Blood problems must be treated in the beginning
- Patient with chronic diseases (Doctor’s consultation is required)
- In cases of inflammation or infection which should be treated first.