PRP

PRP Process

Step 1 - Blood collection

40 ml blood is drawn from the patient's veins of the crook of the arm with laboratory instruments

Step 2 - Plasma separation

From this blood, platelet-rich plasma is prepared with the help of a special centrifuge.

Step 3 - Plasma Activation

If treatment is utilized during the hair transplantation process, the patient does not feel anything because the area has already been anesthetized.

Step 4 - Plasma Return

If plasma therapy is utilized as a stand-alone procedure the intervention is still performed under local anesthesia!

Condition for Transplant

  • In the cases of advanced androgenetic alopecia which is not improved with the aid of medication
  • Scarring alopecia is stable for a minimum of twelve months
  • Hair loss occurs after trauma, surgery or burn

Why Hair Transplant is Done?

  • Regain the lost confidence.
  • Provide natural looking hair.
  • Get permanent hair.
  • To accomplish the desire to cut and style your hair in the manner you like.

Different Techniques

  • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
  • Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)