What is PRF?
PRF stands for "Platelet Rich Fibrin" and is a collection of “super-healers” gathered from your own blood. This concentrated mix is what is responsible for healing bones and fixing cuts in our body. When used in aesthetics, we can place it in a targeted area and the area is then stimulated to self-heal and improve its skin tone, volume, and texture without any added chemicals or fillers!
PRF Hair Restoration
PRF hair restoration therapy is a three-step medical treatment that involves injecting concentrated plasma into the scalp. PRF, or platelet-rich fibrin, uses your body’s own stem cells to stimulate collagen production, tissue regeneration, and hair re-growth.
Since PRF growth factors come from your own blood, the body more easily accepts the treatment and increases natural tissue regeneration. The tissue growth stimulates hair follicles, making them larger and healthier so they can produce thicker hair. Both men and women benefit from PRF hair restoration’s many benefits including:
Baldness (including small bald spots)
Patients generally receive at least 6 treatments to begin seeing optimum results and are advised to have a maintenance treatment every six months after the initial series of treatments. When this treatment plan is followed, the success rate is close to 80%. PRF is safe, discreet, and professional.
How does PRF for Hair Restoration work?
Hair loss is treated with PRF by applying it to the scalp. Using stem cells from the body, this treatment stimulates hair growth, thickens hair and prevents future hair loss by strengthening the follicle.
How many PRF treatments are needed for Hair Restoration?
Four PRF treatments spaced about a month apart are recommended for hair loss patients in most cases. Quarterly treatments are usually required for the first year to maintain the results. PRF treatments can be reduced after a year based on the patient's hair regrowth.
Can I wash my hair after my PRF hair treatment?
You can gently wash your hair for the first 72 hours after the PRF procedure. The injection sites should not be touched for three days after injections.