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  1. Scarring is a common side effect that occurs after the Follicular Extraction Unit or Follicular Unit Transplantation. Thankfully, these scars are temporary in nature which means that with age, the scars fade. However, if people are looking for faster remedies, they can consider some medicines or some procedures that can disguise the scar. Some of these include laser treatment, scalp micropigmentation, and tricopigmentation. Also, there are some home remedies that can lighten the scars. Moreover, one should know that with the Direct Hair Implantation procRead more

  1. After a week or 10 days, there should not be any traces of dried blood or scabs on the scalp. The patient should shampoo their hair on a daily basis to remove the scabs. After a fortnight of the hair transplant, the patient can wash their hair normally. It is completely safe to wash the hair more than once after the hair transplantation. For the initial 48 hours, you need to keep the hair dry. On the third day into the recovery, the patient can start washing the hair. However, one should be extremely gentle while washing the hair on the initial 5 days. PRead more

  1. People suffering from alopecia areata or any other scalp infection should not consider undergoing hair transplantation. Also, individuals with complete baldness and has no donor area from where hair follicles can be extracted cannot undergo hair transplantation. Moreover, scalp with not enough hair follicles or hair which are too thin, are not suitable for hair transplant. Furthermore, persons with diffuse hair loss conditions are not suitable for hair transplant. At Pristyn Care, our doctors diagnose the patient thoroughly before deciding if he can undeRead more

  1. The platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) for hair loss includes the following steps generally- A healthcare expert extracts a blood sample from one of the veins in the arms. This blood sample is then put into a centrifuge (special instrument that spins rapidly and separates fluids of different densities ) As the centrifuge rotates the blood, the blood components including platelets gets separated The experts take these platelets and process them into vials. After this, they take these platelets and inject them into the bald areas of the scalp.  It takes about almoRead more

  1. The number of Platelet-Rich-Plasma injections required for hair loss depends on extent of the baldness, type of scalp and patient’s genetic factors. Generally, after proper diagnosis, doctors prescribe three sittings each with a gap of 4-6 week and maintenance treatments every 4-6 months. However, the number can vary and the number of sittings can only be decided once the doctor physically examines the patient’s scalp. Consult with Pristyn Care doctors to know the exact number of PRP injections you may require. Also, they are also highly experienced in tRead more

  1. Hair fall Platelet-Rich-Plasma is one of the methods of stimulating hair growth that can treat male pattern baldness. The results of a PRP procedure are evident almost after six months. However, the results are temporary in nature which means the patient has to go for touch-up procedures at least once a year. If you are looking for permanent results, then they should consider hair transplantation that stimulates natural hair growth in the bald area. Out of the several methods of hair transplant, the most effective method is Direct Hair Implantation or DHRead more

  1. Hair transplantation of any technique offers permanent results for hair loss. The reason being that it aims to stimulate hair follicles to grow by implanting in the bald area. Conventionally, the Follicular Extraction Unit (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) were the two methods for hair hair transplantation. At present, more and more people are opting for the most advanced Direct hair Transplantation that involves neither any cuts nor any bleeding. The patient can resume work on the day of the procedure itself and the results are permanent iRead more

  1. Several primary factors such as  severe illnesses, emotional damage, deprivation of protein while dieting strictly, hormonal imbalance during puberty, pregnancy and menopause are major reasons for hair loss. Also, numerous health problems including iron deficiency, thyroid problems, anemia and secondary syphilis can also contribute to hair loss. Another reason for hair loss includes genetic factors as well as age. Alopecia areata and scalp infection such as ringworm can also result in excessive fall. If someone is taking medicines for cancer, high bloodRead more

  1. Hair loss platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) is a safe procedure as compared to other cosmetic procedures. Other than a prick on the head, the patient is unable to feel anything. Hair loss PRP should be performed by qualified, board-certified doctors who are highly-experienced. This is easily curable with medicines. However, during the discharge will provide preventive measures to ensure none of these occur. If you follow these measures judiciously, there’s nothing to worry about. At Pristyn Care, our doctors recommend some precautions to take after the procedurRead more

  1. One single sitting of hair platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) tends to stay for four to six weeks. Hence, for effective results one has to go for repeated procedure for once in a month. Also, this has to go for at least 6-12 months to maintain hair growth. While some doctors recommend 3 PRP injections within a six month period, each being two to three weeks apart. At Pristyn Care, doctors recommend the number of procedures required on the basis of the extent of hair growth and individual’s hair growing capabilities. Furthermore, doctors also provide set of instrRead more