An innovative biological hair loss procedure, Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP therapy) uses the organic platelets, and a small sample of the patient’s blood to rejuvenate skin and encourage better hair growth in both men and women.
How does PRP work?
Using a small sample of blood is taken from the patient for analyse using a centrifuge that extracts platelet-rich plasma in it’s most concentrated form.
With careful precision and care, the collected platelet-rich plasma concentration is then injected directly into the skin for re-absorption by the body. This highly effective process encourages the growth hormones already existing in the patient’s body to generate higher quantities of natural tissue.
During the healing process the natural tissue quantity increases and brings rejuvenation to the skin cells which encourage fuller hair growth.
What are the benefits?
Arguably the best aspect of PRP treatment is that the PRP treatment process utilises the patients DNA. This make PRP more effective than other forms of hair loss treatment that would otherwise require injecting the body with foreign chemicals or the patient requiring invasive and risk inducing surgeries.
PRP treatment time is significantly lower than other hair loss treatments requiring only 45 minutes of the patient’s time. Not only that but this hair loss treatment is less intrusive on the patient’s day-to-day life after treatment with only a couple of days of downtime required.
Most notably, PRP hair loss treatments will last up to six months which means the patient will see the benefits of their initial PRP treatment more and more over the course of treatment.
Are there any risks to having PRP treatment?
Unlike other hair loss treatments on the aesthetics market, PRP offers minimal effects post treatment. The solution used to treat the patient’s hair loss is made up of their own blood cells and plasma, so it’s rich in nutrients and hair growth cells.
Therefore, by using an element of the patients own DNA, people looking for hair loss treatments with minimal side effects can benefit from knowing there’s no risk of allergic reaction post-treatment as no foreign chemicals have been used.
Your trusted Doctor or aesthetic clinician will outline the most common side effects to any PRP patient during the consultation process.
To summarise, PRP hair loss treatment is non-invasive and carries low-risk as it does not require chemical or pharmaceutical products to complete the hair loss treatment.
For many who prefer to avoid surgical interventions when it comes to aesthetics, this is their preferred method of hair loss treatment.
Your solution to better hair is here.
The Medic Clinic offers PRP treatments in Manchester at its luxury aesthetics and wellness clinic situated in the heart of Spinningfields corporate district. Not only is this clinic conveniently situated, but its ethos follows the notion that if you’re looking to achieve better health and beauty, you need to start from the inside out.
Guided by their medical director Dr Kamran Amjed, MEDIKA is quickly becoming the most trusted Manchester aesthetics clinic because of its bespoke patient care and consideration, as well as innovation with treatments such as PRP treatments and other hair loss treatments.
If you care for your hair, it is recommended that you book your first consultation with the Medika Health Concierge at this luxury Manchester aesthetic clinic for PRP hair loss treatments.
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