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PRF Hair Regrowth Treatment

PRF hair regrowth treatment, also known as platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), is a popular and effective solution for addressing issues like androgenic alopecia in both men and women.

How Does PRF Hair Regrowth Treatment Work?

This treatment involves drawing the patient’s blood, processing it in a centrifuge machine, and injecting the plasma into the scalp.

The growth factors present in the plasma stimulate cell growth and promote the growth of new healthy cells in the damaged scalp area, thereby combating hair loss.

The procedure only involves the use of needles, making it a safe and scar-free option for treating hair loss. Moreover, PRF treatment can also be used to treat other areas of the body, such as the arms, legs, and face.

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Benefits of PRF Hair Regrowth Treatment


PRF hair treatment is a non-surgical and minimally invasive procedure that can be performed at the doctor’s office without the need for an operation theater. The use of needles for blood extraction and plasma injection eliminates the need for cuts or scars on the scalp. This results in a quicker recovery time compared to surgical procedures.

Safe treatment

PRF hair treatment is considered to be one of the safest options for addressing hair loss. Since it is non-invasive and non-surgical, the risks associated with allergic reactions and contamination are significantly reduced. Additionally, as the treatment uses the patient’s own body cells, there is no possibility of adverse reactions or complications.

Minimal Discomfort

Due to its non-surgical nature, PRF hair treatment causes minimal discomfort for patients. The procedure is generally well-tolerated, and any discomfort experienced is usually mild and temporary.


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PRF Hair Regrowth Treatment FAQ

Longer-term effects will take treatments over three to four months that typically last six to twelve months.

Results can vary from person to person. For hair loss treatments, usually, 4 to 6 monthly consecutive treatments are needed, which is then followed by quarterly treatments to maintain the results. After a year, the treatment frequency can be reduced, based on the specific requirements of the patient.

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