PRP for Hair Loss Treatments

Are you looking for a non invasive treatment that can help you with your hair-loss problem?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is the answer for you. PRP is the latest medical hair and skin rejuvenation technology that utilises your body’s own natural nutrients.

PRP is the latest Medical Hair Technology

New developments show the effectiveness of PRP therapy combined with early detection and regular treatments help minimise the problems of hair thinning and hair loss by sending nutrients to the dying hair follicle. This begins rejuvenating the thinning follicles eventually controlling the hair loss issue and maximising the thickness of the existing hair follicles.

How it works?

Blood sample collection
Our Nurse will collect a small sample of your blood as you would normally conduct when you have your routine blood test
PRP Isolation
The blood collected gets separated from the rich platlet plasma in our laboratory thanks to a centrifuge machine
PRP injection
The platlet Rich Plasma gets injected in the scalp .The PRP ignite the process.
4 - Results
The Rejuvenated Hair Follicles receive the PRP and grow thicker and healthier

Before & After

Tips for Hair Loss Restoration

Stress is a huge factor that effects hair loss Dramatic change in weight (generally fast weight loss). Your diet – You are what you eat, lack of sleep. Ask our qualified consultants for more info about food and supplements that we recommend.

Many men especially have the hair loss gene inherited from their parents, as soon as they hit a certain age, then the hair loss becomes dramatic. To stabilise this you need to commence intense back to back PRP treatments to bring vital nutrients to the effected Hair follicles that are dying.

Another major contributor is a chemical called DHT which effects the hair on the top of the head, this chemical is increased by higher levels of Testosterone especially in men. The hair follicles on the sides and back of the head are generally not affected by DHT hence why most baldness is to the top part of the head, not the back and sides. Again by conducting PRP treatments this combats the effects of DHT by reversing the damaged hair follicles to become healthy.

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Hair Transplant or PRP?

Should I conduct a hair transplant before I commence the PRP treatment?

This is really your choice, but our advice would be to conduct around 6-8 Revive Clinics PRP treatments close together so that you:


PRP hair treatments does not replace Hair implants, PRP treatments go hand in hand with hair implant surgery. Visualise a plant growing in a pot or some garden, to relocate this plant to another location you will need to make sure that the soil and plant in the new location has enough nutrients for it to bond and grow again otherwise it will simply die. Hence during the hair implant the surgeon actually conducts a PRP scalp treatment for the patient and then explains to them that regular PRP treatments are recommended for best long lasting results. Another key point that you need to understand is that we have less hair on the sides & back of our heads than what we had on top. When a person is a teenager they have around 100,000 hairs on their head, approx. 70,000 on top region and approx. 30,000 on sides and back. Now you will understand why it is so important to maintain the hair on top of your head, if you lose all 70,000 hairs on your head then you cannot replace the lost 70,000 with only up to a maximum of 10,000-12,000 which simply does not cover the area on top. This is the reason why Revive Clinics PRP treatments is the wise choice, you are limited with the hair supply on the sides and back of your head hence you need to make sure you look after the existing hair you have on top of your head.