Anyone who decides to go through a hair transplantation is most curious about whether the procedure is painful or not. In the process of hair transplantation, local anesthesia is applied to the related area in order to avoid pain and ache.
There are two types of anesthesia in hair transplantation;
Needle-free local anesthesia
In local anesthesia without needles, local anesthetic active substance is given subcutaneously with special pressure devices. Since there is no needle intervention on the body, local anesthesia is applied without feeling any pain. This, in turn, leads to a comfortable transplantation process.
Local anesthesia with sedation
If the pain threshold of the person who decides to have a hair transplantation is too low, local anesthesia with sedation is preferred. In the first place, the patient is given intravenous medication to help the body relax. Then, both anesthetic and needle-free local anesthesia tips are applied to a level where anesthesia can not be felt.
It is an application performed with the person’s own blood to strengthen, repair and renew the scalp. After a certain amount of blood is taken from the person, platelet-containing natural plasma fluid is obtained by special centrifugation and micro filtration method. PRP assisted hair transplantation method also provides positive results in hair transplantation process. The obtained plasma is injected into the roots after hair transplantation and the grafts are strengthened. It is also known that prp contributes to the healing process after hair transplantation.