PRP Hair Treatment

PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma is a medical procedure that involves taking a patient's own blood, processing it to concentrate platelets, and then using this platelet-rich plasma to promote healing and tissue regeneration. PRP has a wide range of applications in medicine, including esthetics.

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What is PRP Treatment?

PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma is a medical procedure that involves taking a patient's own blood, processing it to concentrate platelets, and then using this platelet-rich plasma to promote healing and tissue regeneration. PRP has a wide range of applications in medicine, including esthetics.

How is PRP Done

How is PRP Done?

Blood Collection

The patient's blood (usually 30-60 milliliters) is usually taken from the arm.


The collected blood is processed in a centrifuge machine, which separates the platelet-rich plasma from other blood components such as red blood cells.

Platelet Concentration

After centrifugation, platelet-rich plasma is removed, leaving red blood cells and other components behind.


Concentrated PRP is injected into the targeted area or applied topically, depending on the medical condition being treated.

How is PRP Hair Treatment Done?


The patient usually consults our professional team at our center to evaluate his suitability for PRP hair treatment.


The patient's scalp is cleaned and, if necessary, local anesthesia can be administered to minimize discomfort during the procedure.

PRP Injection

Concentrated PRP is carefully injected into areas of the scalp where hair thinning or baldness occurs.

Post-Treatment Care

After the procedure, patients are usually advised not to wash their hair for a certain period of time and to follow the specific post treatment care instructions provided by the clinic.

How is PRP Hair Treatment Done

How Long Does PRP Hair Treatment Last?

The duration of effect of PRP hair treatment may vary from person to person. Typically, patients may need multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart to achieve best results. Maintenance sessions may be required to maintain benefits. Permanence of results may also depend on factors such as the underlying cause of hair loss, genetics, and individual response to treatment.

Advantages of PRP Hair Treatment

Non-Surgical: It is a non-surgical procedure and a less invasive option for hair restoration compared to surgical methods such as hair transplantation.

Safety: PRP uses the patient's own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or adverse effects.

Stimulates Hair Growth: PRP stimulates hair follicles, promotes hair regrowth and increases hair density.

Natural Look: Because it strengthens existing hair follicles, the results often look natural.

Minimum Downtime: Patients can usually resume their daily activities shortly after the procedure.

Customizable: PRP can be combined with other treatments such as hair transplantation for better results.

To whom is PRP Hair Treatment Applied?

PRP Hair Treatment is applied to people experiencing hair loss or thinning:
Male and Female Pattern Baldness

Individuals with hereditary hair loss.

Hair Thinning

People with thinning hair who want to improve hair density and overall hair health.

Alopecia Areata

In some cases, PRP may be considered for individuals suffering from alopecia areata.

After Hair Transplantation

It is widely used after hair transplantation to support healing and improve transplantation results.

Side Effects of PRP Hair Treatment

PRP Hair Treatment is generally safe, but possible side effects may include:

Mild Discomfort

Some patients may experience mild discomfort or pain at the injection site.

Swelling or Bruising

Temporary swelling or bruising may occur at the injection sites.


Although rare, the risk of infection is minimal.

Allergic Reaction

Since the patient's own blood is used in PRP, the risk of allergic reaction is minimal.

Patients should discuss potential side effects with their healthcare provider and concerns should be addressed before the procedure.

PRP Hair Treatment Prices

The cost of PRP Hair Treatment can vary greatly depending on a variety of factors, such as the location of the center, the expertise of the medical professional, the number of sessions needed, and any additional treatments or services included in the package. It is important that you contact our team directly at Lygos Clinic to receive an accurate price estimate tailored to your specific needs and location.

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PRP Treatment FAQ
(Frequently Asked Questions)

A: We offer a wide range of services including hair transplants, dental esthetics and smile design, botox injections, dermal fillers, plastic surgery, and more. Our goal is to offer comprehensive esthetic treatments to help our clients look and feel their best.

A: You can call us at our clinic’s phone number or make an online appointment by visiting our website. Our team will contact you to help you find a suitable time frame for the treatment you want.

A: At Lygos Clinic, we prioritize the safety and well-being of our customers. In our clinic, we work with highly trained and experienced professionals who follow strict safety protocols. We also use only FDA-approved products and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the highest level of safety in all our treatments.

A: The duration of each treatment will vary depending on the specific service you choose. During your consultation, our specialists will provide you with an estimated time frame for your chosen treatment.

A: While everyone’s pain tolerance is different, we try to make our treatments as comfortable as possible. Most of our teeth whitening or procedures are usually painless. In treatments such as Botox or dermal fillers, we can apply a topical numbing cream to minimize discomfort. Our team will ensure that you are knowledgeable and comfortable throughout the entire process.

A: The time it takes to see results may vary depending on the treatment you receive. Some treatments, such as chemical peels or laser hair removal, may require more than one session to achieve the best results. During your consultation, our specialists will discuss the expected timeline for your specific treatment and answer any questions you may have.

A: Treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers should only be performed in a clean, safe, and appropriate clinical setting to prevent infection and permanent physical damage. While some treatments are suitable for use at home, many are best done by trained professionals in a controlled clinical setting.