PRP Hair Restoration Therapy
PRP Hair Treatment

Platelet Rich plasma promotes hair growth from follicles by the action of platelet derived growth factors on the hair follicle. The platelet growth factors induce follicle to shift from a dormant state to an active state that starts the process of hair growth, enhancing the hair growth and hair thickness from the dormant follicles. Even-though PRP is an advanced treatment, growth factor results in the form of hair -loss control and hair re-growth is certainly dependent on multiple factors like grade of alopecia, underlying medical conditions, nutritional health etc. and hence a multimodality approach is preferred to get a better outcome.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a new non-surgical method of hair loss treatment and hair restoration for women and men. PRP uses your own blood cells in a way that only the enriched cells that contain various types of proteins remain. This process is performed in the clinic where the blood is spun in a centrifuge and the PRP is separated and then removed from the rest of the blood.

What is PRP treatment for hair loss (platelet rich plasma), how does it work?
PRP therapy for hair loss is extremely safe since it is drawn from the patient’s own blood centrifuged and then the concentrated platelets are injected into the affected region of the scalp. This treatment done once a month has seen promising results from hair fall control and re-growth perspective


Steps of the
PRP Hair Treatment
Between 60 to 100 ml of blood is initially drawn from the patient.
The drowned blood is put in a centrifuge in order to separate it into its component parts.
Patient's scalp is examined in order to understand which parts need treatment. Then, the areas are cleaned with alcohol or iodine.
Necessary components from patients own blood is put in an injector. Then, it is injected to patient's own ski
In a short period of time, patient's hair gets healthier and stronger. In many patients, increase in hair count can be observed as well.
PRP must be done multiple times. It is best to be done once in 2-3 months throughout a year.


Anyone can be a candidate for hair transplantation. Factors such as gender, skin color, or hair type do not affect your candidacy, though they can affect the relative degree of success in results. For example, patients with thick and wavy hair will get a more dense look after the hair transplant procedure relative to those with thin and straight hair. We consider donor volume of 60-100 FU/cm2 as an excellent candidate and patients with 40 FU/cm2 or below donor volume as a promising candidate. During the physical exam consultation, our medical team analyzes your hair type (straight, wavy, or curly), hair thickness (thick or thin) and the donor area with densitometer (FU/cm2). Additionally, we run tests to identify the baldness level (Norwood for men, Ludwig for women). Dermatoscopy is used by our medical team to foresee the future of the hair loss.