What hair loss conditions can you treat?
In men and women:
To strengthen transplanted hair
To treat male pattern hair loss
To treat age related hair loss
To prevent hair loss
To treat hair loss caused by several factors
What is Platlet Rich Plasma?
How does it work?
Blood contains 6% platelets, but PRP is specifically made to have significantly more platelets, which with their important growth factors, allow the triggering of a superior healing process. Essentially poorly performing cells are enabled to be replaced in a rapid time frame at the site they are needed, with a high success rate.
The multiple growth factors in platelets promote healing by:
Triggering new capillary growth (new blood vessel formation)
Attracting undifferentiated stem cells into the newly made matrix and activating cell division
Suppression of cytokines and reducing inflammation
Attracting macrophages to aid tissue healing and regeneration
Is it safe and hygienic?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma):
One treatment: £150 or a course of 3 for £450
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