How does PRP SCALP THERAPY work?
- A small amount of blood (less than 20 ml) is obtained from the patient
- Platelet-Rich Plasma is isolated following the centrifugation of blood
- PRP is activated with DNA activators and enriched with calcium ions.
- Activated PRP is injected as mesotherapy into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth
PRP can be used as an individual treatment, in order to reinforce the hair follicle, thus ensuring its longevity and potency, but also to reactivate dormant hair follicles and stimulate the development of new hair.
Moreover, PRP can be added to any hair transplant procedure, assisting partially transected follicles in the donor area to regenerate faster; reinforcing the recipient area’s implanted hair follicles. Additionally, it will reduce the formation of trauma, inflammation and redness; and help the donor areas skin tissues heal faster.