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PRP Treatment For Hair Loss

Updated: Feb 27

PRP Treatment For Hair Loss


PRP Treatment For Hair Loss


Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) generically known as male or female pattern hair loss is a very common disorder and can be improved via natural biological cell means in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment. Two recent studies here looked into the effect of platelet rich plasma (PRP) the treatment of hair loss.



The aim of this study was to compare safety, efficacy, and satisfaction following treatment with a lower or higher number of platelets over 6 months. This was a randomised, double-blinded, placebo, scalp IRB-approved study with moderate hair loss. Participants received intradermal PRP injections according to 2 treatment protocols (high vs low platelet numbers) to the frontal and crown portions. Phototrichoscans were recorded at start and at 6 months, and global photography and subject and investigator satisfaction questionnaires were obtained at baseline, 3, and 6 months.


At the end of 6-month, both groups demonstrated absolute increases in total hair density, follicle diameter, and terminal hair density, as well as absolute and percentage changes at the frontal and crown targeted sites. It was apparent that the best success rates were seen in individuals treated with a higher platelet concentration. This study further concluded that injections with 2 therapeutic quantities of platelets were equally safe and efficacious for treating men and women with hair loss related androgenetic alopecia. Higher numbers of platelets may have a greater effect than lower numbers of platelets in regard to hair density, follicle diameter, and terminal hair density.


The second analysis study was: Platelet-Rich Plasma Monotherapies for Androgenetic Alopecia: A Network Meta-Analysis and Meta-Regression Study (September 2022), which look to assess and analyse 25 different previous studies. They concluded that for the majority, rankings and relative effects support that the efficacy of PRP administration increases when: (i) the number of sessions increases and (ii) the time interval between sessions decreases. The authors of the study found that chemically-activated PRP (vs inactivated), double centrifugation (vs single), younger (vs older) age of treated patients, female (vs male) sex, and whole-head (vs split-scalp) administration is associated with improved PRP efficacy.



We are very proud to say we are the UK’s leading provider of advanced PRP treatment and have been providing this fantastic treatment with ongoing success for almost 10 years, providing over 13,000 treatments to date. We are hugely proud of the significant help and success this has provided to many people, literally changing lives.


Furthermore, we offer the best quality and concentration of PRP at very affordable prices. This is for two reasons, 1) we are the UK distributor for PRP iStem, which allows us to significantly reduce prices, and 2) we truly believe that that payment has to be justifiable as you are using patient’s own cells.


Our Clinic Director and Clinical Scientist Mr Adam Whatley is continuing on clinical research in this fascinating area of platelets and stem cells, and to offer the best level of clinical practice to all patients. PRP treatment has been ongoingly praised for its huge safety profile and effectiveness for various different conditions are very different areas of clinical medicine. Risks and adverse complications associated with PRP treatment is practically non-existent.







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