PRP Hair Treatment
PRP Hair Treatment is a widely used and highly effective non-surgical treatment for Hair Loss that produces outstanding results.
Dr. Nyla’s Cheshire Hair Transplant Centre is able to offer PRP regenerative hair restoration treatment that is minimally invasive and results in discreet, natural looking hair. PRP is one of the most effective hair loss treatments available and has been proven to increase hair count, hair thickness, and the natural growth of hair.
PRP is a three-step medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp.
Stage one is to draw blood from the patient’s arm and put into a centrifuge to separate fluids of different densities.
Stage two is the separation of the blood into PRP and red blood cells
Stage three is to inject the PRP into the scalp to stimulate the hair follicles and promote new hair growth.
Suitable for Eyebrows
One of Dr. Nyla’s Cheshire Hair Transplant medical specialists will design eyebrows especially on your type, based on your scalp shape and expectations.
The treatment area will be anaesthetised prior to the procedure to ensure pain free hair restoration with local anaesthetic in the treatment area (both donor and recipient areas). Single use instruments are always used throughout the session.
The session lasts no more than 3-4 hours and the patient can return home the same day.
For the most effective results we recommend at least 3 PRP hair treatments, which are roughly 4-6 weeks apart.
Our PRP Hair Loss treatments are designed to stimulate new hair growth and to improve the thickness of your hair. Visible results may take 2-12 weeks and vary from person to person.
You may experience slight redness, swelling and mild bruising – all will usually pass in a day or two. Because PRP therapy involves injecting your own blood into your scalp, you aren’t at risk of contracting a communicable disease.
This treatment is suitable for the scalp and eyebrows.
Prices start from £835 per session. We offer payment options which can be discussed at your consultation.
It is normal to lose hair. There are several factors which affect when and how much hair a person can lose, including age, genetics, gender and other factors. More information on hair loss is available from the NHS website
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