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Available from July 2018
PRP has been used in hair restoration and hair transplants.
There are some cases that have shown improvement in hair growth from repeated PRP treatments alone.
PRP has been shown to be useful in specific conditions such as alopecia.
The PRP may stimulate dormant hair follicles and promote new hair growth.
The total procedure takes approximately 1 hour. You will have an initial consultation to discuss your medical history and your expectations from the treatment. Topical anaesthetic cream is applied all over the face for 45 minutes to numb the skin. Our Practitioner will then take blood from your arm before placing the blood into a centrifuge machine. After the blood has been spun it will then be injected into your face with the platelet rich plasma. This may cause some slight but brief discomfort. You may experience temporary swelling, bruising or itchiness around the site of treatment. This will usually settle within a day or two
Side effects, if the occur, are usually temporary and mild to moderate, possible side effects can be mild bruising, swelling or infection around the injection sites.
if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have autoimmune or blood pathologies or cancer then treatment should be avoided. Furthermore, consistent use of NSAIDS *within 48 hours of PRP application should be avoided.
*(Aspirin (also an NSAID) is used to inhibit the clotting of blood and prevent strokes and heart attacks in individuals at high risk for strokes and heart attacks. NSAIDs also are included in many cold and allergy preparations