PRP treatment involves using one's own blood cells;hence it usually do not result in to any side effects or adverse reactions after the treatment, however one may experience slight irritation, pain or bleeding at the injection site.
PRP is a promising therapy for those suffering from tissue damage or hair loss. The effectiveness of the treatment procedure has still need to be established by the medical authorities.
Start with a diagnosis with our expert Trichologist who will assess the hair loss and share details of PRP hair loss treatment with you.1
Just as you give a sample of blood for your routine check-ups, a small amount of blood is collected. Around 20 ml is enough for the PRP procedure.2
Get started on our treatment with a consultation with one of our expert who will analyse and assess and schedule3
Separating the Platelets
Platelets are separated from the collected blood by centrifugation process. The collected serum has five times the number of platelets contained in normal blood.4
Introducing PRP into the scalp
Using thin needles the collected PRP is introduced into the scalp. Local anaesthesia is administered in the scalp area to avoid discomfort during the therapy.5