Safe and reliable results
Quick recovery periode
Takes about 60 minutes
No surgical procedure
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an effective and proven treatment against hair loss. Blood is taken from the patient’s arm and put into a tube that contains a separation gel. The blood is then placed in a centrifugal machine to separate the red blood cells from the plasma that contains the platelets.
The PRP, which has a high concentration of platelets, is then injected into areas of the scalp that exhibit hair thinning. This stimulates hair growth by encouraging the rejuvenation of follicles and also extending the growth cycle of the hair.
The PRP containing a high concentration of platelets is then injected into areas of the scalp that show hair thinning. This stimulates hair growth by encouraging the rejuvenation of follicles and also extending the growth cycle of the hair.
The actual procedure normally takes about 60 minutes and depends on the areas that are being treated.
Downtime or a recovery period after the PRP procedure isn’t required. Patients can continue their everyday life after undergoing treatment.
Depending upon the patient’s individual needs and treatment plan, PRP treatment can be repeated until the desired result has been achieved. Our experience shows that regular PRP treatment every 3 to 6 months can be very beneficial.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is concentrated blood plasma (a component of blood), that contains approximately five times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood. Platelets are components of our blood, besides red blood cells and white blood cells. The function of platelets is to promote healing and clump together to form a blood clot at the site of a wound. Platelets also contain growth factors that promote regeneration of the cells in the body.
PRP originates from your blood, so adverse reactions are rare. Nevertheless, you may experience slight redness and swelling but those reactions usually pass in a day or two.
There is no risk of an allergic reaction with PRP therapy since the enriched plasma has been produced from the patient’s blood. A concentrated amount of white blood cells, which are the body’s natural defenders against infections, make up part of the PRP. Infections are therefore extremely rare.