Drawing blood : the nurse draws the required amount of blood from the patient with a specifically designed kit.
Separation : the PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is then made using a centrifugal machine. Platelets and red cells are separated. Only the platelets are injected.
Graft conservation : during a hair transplant procedure, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is prepared so as to keep the freshly extracted grafts healthy. This optimises graft survival rates.
Regrowth optimisation : PRP allows for a faster healing of the scalp after a transplant and boosts the speed of hair growth.
Scarring : PRP allows for a faster and better scarring process of the donor area.
3 session at 1-month intervals
Check-ups after 6 and 9 months