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Hair Restoration for Hair Loss and Thinning Hair - iPRF

Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin

Hair loss / Hair rejuvenation - iPRF (injectable platelet rich fibrin) is used to reverse the signs of hair loss in men and women as part of a multi-step treatment of the scalp. This is an all-natural non-surgical therapeutic option for patients who suffer from hair loss or thinning. iPRF can enhance the growth of hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the microenvironment of the hair follicle. These special Platelet cells promote healing and accelerates the rate and degree of tissue regeneration, resulting in new hair growth and thickening of existing hair.


The use of IPRF has grown in popularity in the last couple of years, as a great treatment option for hair loss, because it has a number of scientifically based articles showing its efficacy increasing hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle.

Before your appointment: 

Two weeks prior to treatment you must stop taking any blood thinner medication such as Ibuprofen.

You MUST have drunk 1 litre of fluid (non alcoholic) 1 hour before attending your appointment and make sure to be wearing clothes that keep you warm. This makes taking your blood easier.


What to expect after treatment:


Immediately after the treatment, most people experience some minor bruising, swelling and redness at the injection sites which is totally normal for any injections.This reduces significantly within 48 hours. During this time we may recommend using Paracetamol to treat any pain and to keep hydrated. Hair must not be washed for 24 hours. 


Most patients who undergo IPRF hair treatments enjoy a substantial increase in hair thickness, hair count, and hair density. For best results, consistency is key. Treatments are typically performed once a month for the first three months, then every three to six months thereafter, depending on your response and results.

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