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PRP injections Paris. Platelet rich plasma

PRP platelet-rich plasma is a non-surgical hair loss treatment in which platelets extracted from your own blood are injected into areas of your scalp to restore thinning hair.

Platelet rich plasma prp injections are considered a less expensive and less invasive treatment option than hair transplant surgery.

During a platelet rich plasma procedure, the doctor separates platelets from your blood, processing them to concentrate these growth factors.

Injected into the scalp, PRP increases blood flow to the hair follicles, stimulates the growth of new hair and lengthens the anagen (active) growth phase of existing hair, to slow hair loss.

This medical sheet of information has been written by Dr Ralph ABBOU and Dr Rachel PESSIS cosmetic surgeons in Paris

Before and after photos of hair prp treatment

What is PRP or platelet-rich plasma ?

A PRP injection treatment involves drawing your blood and centrifuging it sterilely so that only the enriched cells remain. The enriched cells, called platelet-rich plasma or PRP, contain growth factors that help repair damaged skin and speed the healing process of wounds and injuries.

The first descriptions of PRP came from hematology where doctors relied on it to transfuse patients with platelet-depleted blood. It was later used in maxillofacial and orthopedic surgery ( sport injuries, tennis elbow) ) to calm inflammation and speed wound healing.

Only in the last decade have dermatologists and plastic surgeons begun to seriously explore the myriad ways PRP can improve the health and appearance of our skin and hair.

Scientific studies describe PRP as a promising treatment in cosmetic surgery for hair loss, post-surgical wound healing, certain scars, skin rejuvenation and the treatment of vaginal dryness in women.

There are no side effects.

How does the PRP work ?

Plasma contains red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets (or thrombocytes) that contribute to essential growth functions and healing processes, including wound healing. When these platelets are isolated and injected into a treatment area, they stimulate the production of repair cells in your body.

How does a Platelet rich plasma session work ?

To prepare a Platelet rich plasma injection, blood is extracted and run through a centrifuge to increase the concentration of platelets. The PRP is then injected directly into the injured area or into the tissue in need of regeneration.

PRP therapy consists of 4 treatment sessions performed over a period of 1 to 2 months and the results can be seen 6 months after the start of the treatment: this is the time needed for visible hair growth.

To begin, a blood sample will be taken. You will wait about 10 minutes while the blood sample is centrifuged to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and concentrate the platelets.

The PRP is then injected with a microneedle painless injector gun to induce the body’s healing response that produces new collagen and stimulates hair growth.

The injections lasts 15 minutes , are painless thanks to our injection protocol. After the injections, you will receive an LED light therapy session to optimize the results of the treatment.

The entire process should take about 45 minutes, and you should be able to resume your normal activities right afterwards.

What are the consequences after Plasma rich platelet treatment ?

After PRP hair injections, you can resume your normal activities immediately.

Avoid showering for six hours after your treatment.

Do not apply lotions or creams to the injected area for 12 hours.

Avoid strenuous activity, vigorous exercise and direct sunlight for three days after your treatment.

How much does PRP hair treatment cost ?

500 euros / session

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Hi I am coming to Paris from 27 December to 31 December and I want to book an appointment for PRP please


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