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Bostan Sok. No:2/6 Nişantaşı İstanbul Turkey 34367

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+90 532419 4868

E-Mail Adress

support@wellesclinic.com

Hair Loss Treatment in Turkey

Hair Loss Treatment

In hair loss, the type and severity of hair loss are determined first, and if necessary, the underlying causes are investigated. After that, a treatment protocol specific to the person is created. 

Hair is made up of a protein called keratin and are produced in the hair follicles located in the outer layer of the skin. Hair grows about 15 cm each year. This occurs when old hair cells are pushed out from the surface of the skin by new hair cells produced by follicles.

Hair grow almost everywhere in the human body, except for the palms, soles of the feet, and eyelids under normal circumstances. Many types of hair found in the human body are too small to be seen with the naked eye. A person’s head is where the most hair and feathers appear.

An adult person has an average of 100,000 to 150,000 hairs on their head. It’s normal to lose up to 100 of this hair a day. At any given moment in life, about 90% of the hair follicles on a person’s head continue to grow.

Each follicle has its life cycle, which is divided into three stages. In the first anagen stage, the hair grows actively. This phase lasts two to eight years. The second catagen phase, followed by this, is a transitional phase at the end of the anagen phase, in which the hair transforms and lasts two to three weeks.

Finally, the telogen phase is a resting phase that lasts about two to three months. At the end of this resting phase, the hair falls out naturally and takes its place to start a new hair cycle again. This life cycle can be affected and shortened by age, disease, and various other factors.

What Is The Goal Of Hair Loss Treatment?

It is aimed to repair the skin and hair follicles with hair using materials in the person’s blood with PRP applied to the hair. The goal is to achieve a healthy hair cycle and strengthen strands of hair by stopping hair loss with rich material.

In hair mesotherapy, hair roots are activated so that they can produce hair strands that are healthier and have a longer life span. 3 sessions are applied 3 weeks apart.

It is the regional use of hair mesotherapy in other classic doses. This has a side effect. In hair mesotherapy, drug mixtures selected according to the purpose are delivered into the skin in small doses regionally, with special needles.

Who Applies?

The PRP method and hair mesotherapy are applied to people who complain of hair loss.

What Is Hair Mesotherapy?

Hair loss is one of the biggest problems experienced by men and women. Hair mesotherapy, one of the effective methods that can be used against hair loss seen in women and men, can make the hair look much lusher. In addition, hair mesotherapy helps make baldness history. You can also eliminate your baldness problem with hair mesotherapy application. Because with this method, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in the hair follicles are increased. In this way, existing hair roots are put into a much stronger form.

What Are The Benefits Of Hair Mesotherapy?

Hair mesotherapy, which provides strengthening and accelerating cell metabolism, not only helps your hair to grow, but also to be strong and bulky. The application of this method is carried out with the help of very thin needles. Healing of hair follicles is achieved with vitamins, minerals and other boosters injected 2 to 3 mm below the scalp. In general, about 6 months after hair transplantation, the most basic goal in hair mesotherapy is to strengthen and protect newly released hair.

Causes Hair Loss?

The condition of hair loss is called alopecia. There can be many different causes of hair loss, and there are also several different types that depend on their causes. Nutritional factors, genetic predisposition, hormonal factors, exposure to chemicals, diseases of the immune system, hair development disorders, drug use, psychological stress, and skin diseases common in areas with anxiety disorders can cause temporary or permanent hair loss scalp.

Androgenic alopecia, also called baldness, is a genetic condition that can affect anyone. This condition is called male pattern baldness for men. This type of hair loss for men can first begin in adolescence or early 20s. It usually begins as the gradual disappearance of hair from the crown and front scalp with a regressive hairline.