Hair Loss

Concentrated cPRP is a new and exciting addition in the evolving field of hair restoration. cPRP is natural and poses no danger of allergic, hypersensitivity or foreign-body reactions. Derived from your own blood and is rich in Growth factors to accelerate healing and cell development.

Concentrated cPRP in hair transplantation and hair loss

Why use Concentrated PRP in hair transplant procedures?

 

  • Concentrated cPRP is a new and exciting addition in the evolving field of hair restoration.
  • cPRP is used to accelerate healing, releasing concentrated growth factors, that stimulate the natural healing process at the site of each transplanted hair follicle.
  • Every platelet is a biochemical powerhouse of regulatory, signalling and growth-factor molecules that participate in the regeneration and healing of tissue

What is involved in the treatments for Hair growth

1-2-3 easy steps treatment

This specially created concentrated blood is injected into the area to be treated with special needles. The cPRP is delivered to a controlled depth to help the regeneration of new hair follicles.

  • Blood is taken from your arm and then put into the Angel™ or ACP centrifuge machine.
  • The spinning separates the blood into the fractions needed for treatments which include the enriched parts of the blood responsible for accelerating new growth.
  • The scalp area to be treated is anaesthetised using local anaesthetic

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Biodynamic PRP Hair Therapy Procedure?

A small sample of your own blood [approximately 60mls], is processed in a highly specialised, state of the art system, specifically designed to extract the Platelet Rich Plasma [cPRP] in a safe, clinical manner and then this cPRP is injected or applied in combination therapies to the targeted areas.

What outcomes should I expect immediately following the procedure?

Slight swelling and redness may be present after the procedure, but this is normal and temporary, and your specialist surgeon will provide you with appropriate treatment and care.

Is there discomfort following the Platelet Rich Plasma treatment?

Each person is unique and the response to intra-dermal injections will vary, though adverse reactions are rare. Your specialist may use a topical anaesthesia before injecting the concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma [cPRP]. You may feel a ‘tingling’ sensation after the procedure and there may be redness, slight swelling and bruising. These symptoms will disappear.

How long will the procedure take?

The procedure will take from 30 mins to a few hours depending on the area.

What changes will I notice?

Platelet Rich Plasma aids in the preservation and enhancement of hair follicle viability during and after hair transplantation and the reinvigoration of dormant hair follicles and stimulates new growth. Your hair texture will improve as new tissue cells grow and visible results may take 3-6 weeks. The results continue to improve over time months and last approximately 1 – 2 years. Best results are attained through 1 to 3 consecutive treatments.

We are all unique and so results will depend upon a number of factors including your overall health status, age, dietary variations, whether you smoke, as well as a number of other health factors, including your unique skin type.

Are there any contra-indications to the use of Platelet Rich Plasma?

You must inform your specialist if you are taking medication, including blood thinning [anti-coagulant] medication, undergoing steroidal, or any long-term therapies.

Case Study Results: Hair Rejuvenation and Replacement Therapy with cPRP

 

From day 1 to the 10th week Shaun had this amazing quality of hair growth due to the cPRP being a true PRP – 4-6 times the whole blood baseline platelet count.

PRP systems which produce less than this platelet concentration of PRP only provide enriched plasma and will not give your patient these results.

Before treatment

– thinning hair

Five weeks after one treatment

– hair is thicker

10 weeks after one treatment

– continued thickening