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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a non-surgical procedure for hair regrowth, best used for treating thinning hair and slowing or stopping the progression of hair loss. Losing your hair can be a hugely distressing thing to go through and it can have an impact on your self-esteem. 
PRP treatment can tackle both male/female pattern baldness and alopecia as it encourages the growth of existing hair follicles, making your hair appear fuller and healthier without resorting to surgery. It is therefore the most natural way to stimulate hair growth. 
The PRP treatment does more than provide you with a naturally growing full head of hair; it helps to return your self-esteem and confidence. 
Why choose PRP? 
Hair loss is generally caused by a lack of cell renewal in the scalp – which makes PRP the perfect treatment as it stimulates the production of new healthy cells. It is a simple and totally natural. PRP provides safe and reliable results and has a very quick recovery period. Only a small amount of blood is taken as though you are having your routine blood testing and local anesthesia is used, so you experience very minimal discomfort. PRP Hair treatments provides effective results with high success rate. 
What can PRP achieve? 
Fuller and healthier natural-looking hair 
Significantly increase of hair regrowth 
Production of new healthy cells 
Decreased hair dystrophy and burning or itching sensation 
What are the alternatives to PRP? 
Hair loss is very individual and individual results vary with each patient. As such, everyone responds to PRP differently. There are alternative non-surgical treatments available, all can be discussed during a consultation. 
Before your PRP treatment 
You will always be invited for a consultation first before any procedure to make sure everything is clear. The targets are agreed in writing and you are fully aware of the possible risks and complications associated with PRP. 
The PRP procedure 
PRP is prepared from an extract of your own blood. 
PRP treatment will commonly last between 30 minutes and 60 minutes 
To do this, blood is drawn from your arm 
The blood is then placed in a centrifuge. The centrifuge spins and separates the platelets from the rest of the blood components 
Platelet-rich plasma will then be extracted 
The concentrated and growth factor-concentrated platelets are injected into the scalp via micro injections 
After your PRP procedure 
There is no downtime for PRP so you can immediately return to your normal daily routine. It is recommended that strenuous activity and alcohol consumption is be avoided for 24 hours post procedure. 
The results of PRP can usually be seen between two to three months post treatment. Depending on your type of hair loss, and the extent of the loss, PRP for hair restoration is usually recommended as a course of 3 to 6 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Then depending on your individual needs, a maintenance session once a year is usual. 
Do you have more questions about PRP? 
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