Hair Transplant In Turkey Blog
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a treatment prepared from one's own blood. A blood sample is taken from the patient, centrifuged using a special kit to get a special concentration in a small volume that contains a high concentration of platelets and then this concentration is injected into the human body for various purposes.
The traditional way in the Western world to price hair transplants is "price per graft". There are both technical and ethical problems about it. Paying per session is healthier.
Hair transplant procedures are relatively safe procedures with as few as possible complications. However there are some worth mentioning. These complications should be rarely or even never encountered if hair transplant is done professionally.
We have to distinguish two things, hair looking "good or bad" and hair looking "natural or unnatural". If hair restoration surgery is done in a professional way, even though it may not give you a full head of hair if you have an advanced hair loss pattern, it should still give you a natural appearance.
Patients frequently ask "I want it all covered" or "How much can you cover?". You have to always keep in mind that there are two aspects of a hair transplant: coverage and density, and they are opposite.
If you are suffering from male pattern hair loss, using medication such as minoxidil and finasteride reduces or prevents your hair loss. However hair transplant is a different issue, hair transplants improve the appearance of the hair by re-distributing some of the remaining hair.
This is the second part of the "Are Hair Transplants Permanent?" topic. The first part was "Are Transplanted Hairs Permanent?". Now the question is "Are Hair Transplant Results Permanent?". Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz answers that question.
This is a sophisticated question and needs a thorough understanding of more and less permanent zones. There's no zone that is totally permanent, there's no zone that is totally non-permanent and there's no distinction line between the two zones.
We don't instantly start losing hair, the initial stage is what we call the miniaturization phase and in this phase the hair becomes thinner. The hair is not immediately lost, the thickness of the hair is lost and thus the coverage is reduced.
'How many hairs or grafts do I need?' is a very sophisticated question and the reality beneath that question may be much more complicated than you think.