Can I have PRP treatment and use Viviscal to improve donor area before Hair Transplant to avoid Finasteride?
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PRP treatment and use Viviscal to improve donor area
Actually there is no way to improve donor area. Using viviscal and PRP treatments also dont work about that purposes.Number of grafts in donor area is related with your genetics and you can not improve or increase the number of it. plus , it is almost impossible to get 4500-5000 grfats in one single session of operation /harvesting period.ıf you make strong hair by using finasteride and doc use them for hair restoration , you lost all these weak, finasteride reinforced hair in d future.
It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen.
It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen. In general there is no conclusive proof (at least not the ones accepted by most doctors) that PRP works. Finasteride does not help with transplanted hairs and it does not stop genetic hair loss completely.
In a very small subset of patients, using finasteride or PRP can help the donor area. PRP sessions are typically scheduled no sooner than 6 weeks apart. When planning for a hair restoration, your donor area may not have enough hair to cover your entire head or all of your loss over time, and when dealing with a limited donor situation, one must be careful not to over harvest the donor area. In this case, you should be sure to focus on the front area as this is the area that people see when they interact with you. You can also consider having scalp micropigmentation (SMP) done in both the recipient and donor areas.
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The donor area is resistant to medications of all types and should be strong in any event. The use of finasteride is valuable both before and after a hair transplant as this drug will prevent shock loss, see below
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