About PRP therapy for hair regrowth

Androgenetic Alopecia or ‘male pattern-baldness’ is a common cause of hair loss that affects both men and woman, and is often linked to depression and low self-esteem. PRP was recently developed as an effective treatment.

 

An independent study of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia over few years period by doctors found that PRP was an effective treatment for both men and women, with a high patients’ satisfaction rating and without remarkable adverse effects.

With a thin needle, your own Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is injected into the scalp. Then the growth factors in your blood cells do their job and hair growth is naturally stimulated.

It is a state of the art, non surgical, totally natural, alternative medical procedure used for the treatment of hair loss or hair thinning. It is an injectable treatment which uses the patient’s own blood.  

Our blood plasma (PRP) contains active growth factors which can promote hair growth. Helping to restore one’s confidence, the end result is a fuller, healthier looking head of hair.

FAQ

As the patient’s own blood is used, there are no adverse effects. Slight swelling and bruising are likely after the injections, but these subside in a few days. To avoid infection, the injected area should be kept clean for 24hrs.

The actual procedure normally takes about 50 minutes, depending upon the areas being treated.

Everyone is eligible for this treatment, except patients with skin disorders, or undergoing anti-coagulant therapy

For skin rejuvenation and hair growth we advise that you have 3-4 sessions which must be taken a month apart. You will find that immediately after the procedure, you may feel that the skin is smoother to touch. However the body needs time and you will begin to notice the difference once the growth factors have become established and start the healing process. 

PRP THERAPY FOR HAIR REGROWTH PRICES

Hair Regrowth

PRP Therapy For Hair Loss (Regen Lab BCT-3) £350

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