Using PRP in conjunction with a hair transplant will ensure faster healing and better growth, as the PRP aids in faster healing.
At AKJ Skin and Laser Centre, PRP therapy is done by our experts under sterile conditions. Here's how PRP hair treatment works at our centre:
A small amount of blood will be drawn from your body, most likely about 30 to 45 minutes before the tart of the procedure.
The blood is centrifuged to separate the PRP components of the blood, and the samples are stored in a sterile refrigerator under a specific temperature.
The plasma is divided into platelet-poor plasma, platelet-rich plasma and red blood cells. In order to activate PRP, the growth factors are separated from the plasma and diluted.
Our doctors will inject the plasma-rich serum into your scalp to stimulate the stem cells and promote new hair growth and better hair health. Depending on the response, the procedure is done once a month for 3 to 5 sessions.
At AKJ kin and Laser Centre, we offer two types of PRP programmes:
1. Activated PRP, where calcium is added to activate the release of growth factors from the platelets.
2. PRP with growth factor kit where pre-prepared growth factors are added to give enhanced results.
PRP treatment is suitable only for persons with the following conditions:
Generally, PRP treatment requires at least three to five sessions performed every once in four or six weeks. The number of sessions usually varies from person to person. After the treatment, you will need maintenance treatment once every year.
At AKJ Skin and Laser Centre , we have a 60-70% success rate with PRP treatment. The success also depends on the medication given along with the treatment.
To date, there haven’t been any complaints regarding the safety of PRP treatment. Since your own blood is used for the procedure, it does not cause any adverse reactions or infection transmissions. Moreover, the injections are only performed on the skin and not on the brain or skull.
No, it is not. Both treatments are different. PRP helps prevent hair loss, whereas transplants replace lost hair in bald areas.
PRP is safe and has no adverse side effects. However, you may experience the following immediately post-treatment:
These effects are only temporary and will subside within a few hours after the procedure.
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