Platelet Rich Plasma

The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is common to many medical specialties, including the area of the capillary.

The PRP is derived from blood which comes from the collection of a small amount of blood from the patient, followed by centrifugation to separate the components. The portion collected, and rich in platelets is injected directly into the area to be treated. 


Platelet Rich Plasma - PRP


The use of PRP in Hair Treatments

The use of PRP in the treatment of hair loss or baldness can stimulate the cells responsible for hair growth and enhance the strength of the thread in the areas where it is applied, resulting in stronger, durable and thick hair. As the platelet-rich plasma is derived from the patient's own blood, there is no risk of rejection or allergic reactions.

When associated with hair transplant, PRP can be injected either in the receiver area as in the donor area, to speed up the healing process and promote the formation of new blood vessels nourishing and regenerating follicles.


Advantages of Platelets Rich Plasma 

  • Preserve and enhance the viability of hair follicles during and after hair transplant surgery.
  • Promote and increase tissue repair and healing process after the hair transplant.
  • Stimulate the growth of new capillaries wires.
  • Promote the formation of new blood vessels increasing the oxygenation of the scalp and implanted follicles.
  • Minimally invasive procedure performed in an outpatient setting.
  • There is no risk of rejection or allergic reactions because the blood is the patient himself.