PRP Hair Treatment

PRP Hair Treatment



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What is PRP treatment for hair?

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for hair is an innovative, non-surgical procedure approved by Health Canada and used to:

Treat hair loss -- Improve hair regrowth -- Increase hair thickness




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What does it involve?

  • A blood sample is taken (no need to fast).
  • Platelet-rich plasma is extracted from your blood using a centrifuge following blood sampling.
  • If necessary, the area of your skull to be treated is desensitized.
  • The plasma is injected under the scalp using Potenza Microneedling, which uses 15 needles to cover the entire area.
  • You can do your business immediately after the treatment, as there is no recovery time.
  • You may feel some sensitivity in the scalp 1 to 2 days post-procedure. Tylenol can be taken as needed to reduce discomfort.

Note: It is important to note, however, that an initial consultation is required to determine individual eligibility for this treatment.

Duration of treatment:

Approximately 60 minutes per session

How many sessions are required?

For optimal results, we strongly recommend 3 to 4 PRP treatment sessions. Each session is carefully planned with an interval of 4 to 6 weeks to ensure maximum effectiveness. Trust our expertise – we’re committed to your satisfaction.


Optimizing results

To amplify the effects of your PRP treatment, it can be a good idea to complement it with specific hair care products. We recommend products such as minoxidil, finasteride, or shampoos and conditioners containing ketoconazole, which promote hair regrowth and prevent hair loss.

The stages of a PRP treatment for hair

The process is simple, non-invasive, and can usually be completed in an hour (I aim to do it in 45 minutes eventually). Prepare yourself for a comfortable, professional experience with visible results.

Who should consider PRP treatment for hair loss?

PRP treatment is an effective solution for various hair loss problems, suitable for both men and women. In particular, this treatment is beneficial for people suffering from androgenetic alopecia, a condition more commonly known as male or female pattern baldness.

Androgenetic alopecia is characterized by a progressive hair thinning, which can progress to partial or total baldness. Thanks to its cell regeneration properties, PRP treatment can stimulate hair follicles, promoting the growth of new, thicker, healthier hair.

Moreover, PRP treatment is also recommended for those suffering from hair loss due to stress, hormonal imbalances, or certain autoimmune diseases. It can also be an option for patients who have undergone hair transplantation to encourage the growth of transplanted hair.

If a region is completely devoid of hair, this treatment is unfortunately not an option. Indeed, PRP cannot stimulate hair growth where it is absent. However, there are other alternatives available to treat these cases.

In summary, PRP treatment may be an appropriate treatment option for anyone concerned about hair loss or thinning hair.

Results of PRP treatment for hair

Scientific studies

A study was published in the journal Dermatology and Therapy in 2022. The authors reviewed 12 clinical trials that investigated the efficacy of PRP for patterned hair loss. They found that PRP effectively increased hair density and thickness in men and women with this condition. The average increase in hair density was 25.83% in men and 43.54% in women. 

The authors concluded that PRP is a safe and effective treatment for pattern hair loss in men and women.



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FAQ on PRP treatment for hair

Why is plasma injection good for my hair?

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for hair is based on using your blood, specifically plasma containing a high level of platelets. Platelets are blood cells that can promote healing and tissue growth thanks to their growth factors.

What is the recovery time?

There is generally no significant recovery time with PRP treatment. Patients can resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure.

How long do the effects of PRP last?

The effects of PRP treatment can last from 6 to 12 months, but this varies from patient to patient. Maintenance sessions are generally recommended every 6 to 12 months.

How long does it take to see the first results?

The first results may begin to appear approximately three to six months after the start of treatment.

Could the treatment worsen my condition?

PRP is a safe and natural treatment using your blood. It is unlikely to worsen your condition, but every individual is different. Discuss your specific concerns with your doctor.

Is it possible that I won't get any results?

Although PRP has shown positive results for many patients, as with any treatment, it is possible not to get the results you expect.

How soon can I expect to see results?

In general, you can begin to see results within three to six months of your first PRP session.

What will my scalp look like immediately after my appointment?

After the procedure, your scalp may be slightly red and sensitive, but this should disappear quickly.

Is PRP treatment for hair safe? Are there any side effects?

PRP is generally well tolerated and considered safe. Possible side effects, although rare, may include infection, tenderness or pain at the injection site.

How do I prepare for a PRP treatment session?

Specific recommendations may vary, but in general, it’s advisable to hydrate well and eat a meal before your appointment. Also, avoid anti-inflammatory drugs for a week before treatment.

How many PRP treatment sessions are needed to see results?

The number of sessions varies from patient to patient. Generally, 3 to 4 treatments spaced one month apart are necessary to see significant results.

What is the average cost of a PRP treatment for hair?

The cost varies according to many factors, including location and the provider’s experience. Prices can vary from €500 to €2,000 per treatment.

Are the results of PRP treatment permanent?

No, PRP treatment does not offer a permanent solution to hair loss. Regular maintenance treatments are required to maintain results.

Does PRP treatment hurt?

Most patients experience slight discomfort during PRP treatment. An anesthetic cream can be used to minimize discomfort.

What is the recovery process after a PRP treatment session?

After treatment, patients can immediately resume their daily activities. There may be slight redness and sensitivity of the scalp, which usually disappears within a few hours.

How effective is PRP treatment for hair regrowth?

PRP has been shown to be effective in stimulating hair regrowth in many patients, although results vary.

What is the difference between PRP and other hair loss treatments?

PRP is a natural treatment that uses your plasma to stimulate hair growth. It is an alternative to drug or surgical treatments.

Can I immediately return to my daily activities after a PRP treatment?

Yes, most patients can resume their daily activities immediately after treatment.

Are there any contraindications to PRP treatment for hair?

Yes, certain conditions such as coagulation disorders, scalp infections, and certain medications may make PRP less effective or not recommended.

Do the medical authorities approve PRP treatment?

Yes, PRP is an approved medical procedure that has been used in various fields of medicine for many years.

Can PRP be used in conjunction with other hair loss treatments?

Yes, PRP can often be used with other hair loss treatments, such as medication or hair transplantation.

How do I care for my hair after PRP treatment?

After treatment, avoid washing your hair for 48 hours. After that, you can resume your usual hair care routine. Avoid harsh chemicals or excessive heat treatments.