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Hair Restoration

Hair restoration by PRP or PRF can be done as a monotherapy (just a stand alone treatment course) or used in conjunction with other services, medications or even a hair transplant to increase the likelihood of success.

Suitable (dependent on personal health) for those who are suffering from:

General Hair Loss


(except Androgenic Alopecia)

Chemotherapy Recovery

Post Pregnancy Hair Loss

Or those suffering hair loss due to medication

Types of Alopecia

Please be aware we can not diagnose which type of hair loss you may have. We can however help in the following ways with these types of Alopecia :

 Involutional Alopecia

a shorted growth phase, thinning follicles and capillary damage giving an insufficient supply of nutrients to the hair follicle

PRP and PRF promotes Anagens entry, follicle regrowth and new veins for a health supply of nutrients

 Alopecia Areata

Immune system attacks the hair follicle, precents of cytokines that inhibit growth

PRP and PRF act as damage control, and promotes cytokines that reverse and promote hair growth

 Telogen Effluvium

A premature termination of the anagen phase, resulting in poor hair quality

PRP and PRF cause Neovascularisation , improves the quality of hair and promotes the anagen entry

 Scarring Alopecia

Scar tissue destroys the hair follicles and the ability to regenerate

PRP and PRF efficiency depends on the extent of the disease

We may be able to slow down the Alopecia

See the examples of before and after treatment. Dependant on severity it is recommended to have one treatment each month for 6 months then a 6 month top up review.

Examining Blood Sample

Who is Suitable?

Most clients are suitable though we advice a free consultation prior to booking a treatment.

So we can access suitability and fully explain the treatment.

The following clients are sadly NOT suitable for


  • Cancer Patients

  • Those who have had cancer in the last 5 years

  • An active current infection

  • Critical Thrombocytopenia (low platelets)

  • Coagulation Deficiency

  • Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women

  • Hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol)

  • Hemodynamic Instability (unstable blood pressure)

  • Anyone with Septicaemia 

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