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PRP Growth Factors Therapy - Non Surgical Treatment

 

At DHI Scotland we use a new Non Surgical Treatment for hair restoration, the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Activated PRP is injected into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

Illustration of a vial containing plasma, white blood cells and red blood cells, used for the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment of alopecia.

PRP Hair Treatment step by step

 

   1. A small amount of blood (less than 50 ml) is obtained from the patient

   2. Platelet-Rich Plasma is isolated following the centrifugation of blood

   3. PRP is activated with DNA activators (thrombin) and enriched with calcium ions (e.g. calcium chloride)

   4. Activated PRP is injected into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth

 

Moreover, PRP can be coupled with any hair transplant procedure, helping partially transected follicles in the

donor area; regenerating bristles and also helping the recipient area’s implanted hair follicles prosper.

Additionally, it will reduce the formation of scabs, trauma, inflammation and erythema (redness); and help the

donor areas dermis and epidermis heal faster.

 

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Doctor at DHI Medical Group examines patient using UDSA, a sophisticated diagnostic system for correct diagnosis of hair loss.At DHI Scotland we recognize that the correct diagnosis is the basis for successful and permanent treatment. That is why we have developed a very unique diagnostic system for male and female alopecia (Hair loss), the DSA.
 
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Thick and Strong Hair

At DHI Scotland we use a new method for hair restoration, the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Activated PRP is injected into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth

reserve your free diagnosis

 PRP Hair Treatment step by step

   1. A small amount of blood (less than 50 ml) is obtained from the patient

   2. Platelet-Rich Plasma is isolated following the centrifugation of blood

   3. PRP is activated with DNA activators (thrombin) and enriched with calcium ions (e.g. calcium chloride)

   4. Activated PRP is injected into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth

Moreover, PRP can be coupled with any hair transplant procedure, helping partially transected follicles in the donor area; regenerating bristles and also helping the recipient area’s implanted hair follicles prosper.

prp growth factors

 
 
 
 
 
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