The PRP treatment is a three-step process.
A small amount of blood is taken – usually from your arm – which is placed in a special centrifuge machine (a machine that spins rapidly to separate liquids of different densities).
About 10 minutes after centrifugation, your blood will have been separated into three layers:
- Platelet-poor plasma
- Platelet-rich plasma
- Red blood cells
The platelet-rich plasma – which has 10 times more growth factors than simple blood – is drawn into a syringe and then injected into areas of the scalp that need increased hair growth.
The treatment is performed under local anaesthesia and takes about 30 minutes. After the treatment, you can return to your daily activities.
PRP is effective in both the treatment and prevention of hair loss and in promoting the growth of new hair.
- Noticeable hair loss reduction
- Enhancement of existing hair growth
- Stronger, thicker hair
- Healing hair follicles
- Long-lasting results
- Prevention of hair loss
- Enhancing the effect of hair transplantation