Supportive Treatment

Supportive Treatment Is it An Essential Role in Hair Transplant Surgery?

Supportive Treatment is an injectable solution used for the treatment of joint injury and delayed wound healing.

However recently hair restoration physicians have discovered its beneficial role in acquiring better hair transplant results.
Supportive is created by removing a small amount of the blood from the patient, separating the blood into the cellular and fluid-like plasma components, removing a portion of the plasma enhanced with platelets, and injecting it back into the patient.

The blood is separated into its cellular and plasma components via rapid spinning During the centrifugation process, the platelet enriched plasma becomes naturally enhanced with growth factors and anti-inflammatory elements,these components consequently contributes in the healing process and growth properties seen in Supportive therapy.

Because the therapy promotes cellular growth and healing, numerous hair transplant surgeons and researchers have investigated Supportive as an injectable hair loss solution.

How Does Supportive Therapy Work?

Supportive therapy is the injection of solution into the area targeted . The Supportive solution is obtained by taking a blood sample from the patient. The blood is placed in a centrifuge, which spins to separate the from the other factors in the blood.

The resulting Supportive solution is concentrated blood plasma that contains approximately three times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood in the body.

Supportive offers a natural approach to treating male and female hair loss conditions, using the healing power of your own body. The high level of concentration of growth factors in the Supportive solution stimulates dormant and inactive hair follicles into the growth phase and promotes improved blood flow to the area treated.

The results can include restored hair growth, with improved quality and thickness in thinning and miniaturized hairs. We recommend that clients should conduct a Supportive therapy sessions every 3 – 4 months.


is the part of our own blood. The main task of platelets is to provide blood clotting and play a role in stopping bleeding. It releases many growth factors into the environment of injury in order to ensure blood clotting. Supportive secretes growth hormones and some chemicals to activate the stem cells in the region. When applied subcutaneously, fibroblasts are activated to increase the production of substances called collagen and elastin. These substances make the skin look brighter and more vivid. After the hair transplantation, Supportive stimulates the hair follicles and provides more intensive hair follicles to be healthy.

Supportive application

should be done only by a specialist. Blood is collected and centrifuged into specially prepared tubes to obtain Supportive .

After centrifugation, the other cells in the blood are separated and platelet-containing serum is obtained. It takes about 15-20 minutes to obtain Supportive ready for injection from this stage ie blood collection. Supportive drawn into the injector is spread to the area to be applied with small amounts of injections.

Collagen production increases after Supportive injection. With new collagen production, the skin looks brighter and more vibrant. Provides a younger appearance by reducing streaks and smudges. Supportive is obtained from our own body is not added to an external substance or a drug.

Therefore, we can easily say that there are no side effects. To maximize the benefits of Supportive , it is recommended that 3-4 applications be performed at intervals of 15 days.