Hair PRP – for beautiful and healthy hair - hair loss treatment

Hair PRP or platelet-rich plasma therapy (with the patient’s own plasma) is a modern technique that promotes cell regeneration and healing. This is the reason why it is used for hair growth when thinning occurs, as well as when you want a lush, higher quality and stronger hair that grows faster.

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What are the stages of hair growth?

There are 3 stages of hair growth:

  • anagen or active growth phase that lasts around 1.000 days,
  • catagen is the regression of the hair follicle phase that lasts for a week or two,
  • telogen or the resting phase that lasts 2 to 3 months.

Usually, about 80% to 90% of hair follicles are in the growth phase at the same time and about 1% of hair should be in the regression phase. An average person loses between 60 to 100 hairs a day, and if it intensifies, you should pay a visit to the doctor.

What is hair PRP?

Hair PRP is a type of regenerative medical method that, by using platelets, bioactive proteins and growth factors contained in the patient’s own blood plasma, affects:

  • hair loss,
  • restoration of scalp,
  • new hair growth and
  • faster recovery of old ones, and
  • making hair stronger and thicker as it stimulates the existing follicle.

When is hair PRP applied?

Hair PRP is used to treat:

  • hereditary hair loss,
  • sudden hair loss,
  • thin, easy-to-break hair,
  • slow hair growth,
  • hair loss patches – in some cases,
  • seborrhea and dandruff, and
  • excessive buildup of oil on the scalp.

In the case of patients who have previously undergone a hair transplant, it has been proved that the use of PRP hair therapy leads to effective retention of transplanted hair follicles.

How does hair PRP work?

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is obtained by centrifuging the patient’s blood and is full of platelets that release growth factors. It naturally helps the faster healing and regeneration of damaged tissue.

Hair PRP naturally stimulates hair follicles to grow, scalp to regenerate and influence the formation of new blood vessels.

How does the hair PRP treatment look like at the Diva Clinic?

First, an MD specialist determines the cause of the hair loss and based on that, decides which method is the best for treating the condition.

Hair PRP is a simple dermatological procedure that requires the extracted platelets from a patient’s blood that release growth factors. This blood is centrifuged with a special apparatus and then the resulting serum is applied to the skin with very thin needles, known as a mesotherapy technique.

In the next 7 to 10 days after the procedure, platelets release growth factors, which helps in regeneration of the scalp, better blood flow, and hydration.

Is hair PRP a safe procedure?

Yes, it is. There are no side effects of this minimally invasive method, because the patient’s own plasma is used, and there is no allergic or immune reaction in the organism, except for a slight redness that is present for 24 hours after the intervention. That is why hair PRP is a common choice of patients who visit the Diva Clinic to treat hair thinning or to strengthen it and achieve a lush effect.

How successful is hair PRP procedure?

According to research, the success rate of PRP hair therapy is about 80%. Great results are achieved when it is combined with hair mesotherapy. The results of hair PRP last about a year, which depends on the previous thinning and quality of the hair. Better results are achieved if treatments are started in the initial phase of alopecia.

How many hair PRP treatments are needed to achieve the desired effect, as well as how long procedure will take depend on several factors, which is why the Diva Clinic’s MD specialists recommend scheduling a FREE consultation on +38111 334 21 31 or +38163 338 334 to get the right information.


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