Neural therapy for hair is a treatment method applied to hair follicles to prevent or treat hair loss. In this treatment, a very low dose of anesthetic is injected into the nerve endings around the hair follicles.
Neural therapy is basically the application of zonal anesthesia. This treatment reduces the stimulation on the scalp by injecting a very low dose of local anesthetic into sensitive nerve endings.
Thanks to the injections to the nerve endings, the blood circulation of the hair follicles increases and the necessary oxygen and nutrients reach the hair cells, allowing them to grow healthier.
The neural therapy procedure is usually painless and the risk of infection is very low, as it is done by a local injection. The process is usually short and completed quickly.
Neural therapy is usually applied to people with problems such as hair loss or thinning hair. However, the effects and results of this treatment may vary from person to person and may not always yield positive results.
This treatment usually consists of a series of injection sessions and the duration may vary according to the extent of the disease. The treatment process usually ranges from 10 to 15 sessions and these sessions are completed within a few weeks.