Platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP) is used to treat;
Hair loss targeting weak hair reverting androgenic alopecia
Vampire facials for skin rejuvenation
Arthritis related pain
BELOW IS OUR PERSONILISED GUIDE ON PRP TREATMENTS
What is a PRP treatment and what does it engage ?
Platelet rich plasma, more commonly known as PRP is an exciting non-surgical therapeutic option. This treatment involves the drawing of blood, where the protein rich plasma is extracted in a high concentration through centrifugation and injected in areas in order to bring about their desired effect.
Are PRP treatments painful?
Clients who have undergone the procedure describe any sensations felt to be bearable and only feel a mild discomfort rather than actual pain. Discomfort is kept to a bare minimum by advanced techniques used by our experienced team.
How frequent does PRP need to be carried out?
The expected results are obtained through repetition of the PRP treatment every 3-4 weeks for a total of 2-4 sessions a year while other patients choose to do the treatment every 6 months. The amount of treatments required to obtain the desired result differs from one person to another depending on the medical diagnosis and the eagerness of a patient. The frequency of PRP sessions also depends on what the therapy is being used to treat. Platelet rich plasma is very extensive in its usage.
What results shall I expect?
Individual results vary with each patient. Although no guarantees for success can be made, PRP preliminary studies indicate that most patients respond successfully to PRP therapy. PRP is an essential treatment in order to Some hair restoration surgeons apply also PRP to the scalp for those patients before or during transplant to insure graft survivability.
How long does it take to see results?
Substantial results are usually seen within 8-12 weeks, this differs from one person to another. After 8 weeks significant improvements are seen in most patients.
Treatment is priced at €200 /session