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PRP Platelet Rich Plasma

Using your own stem cells to restore thinning hair

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 1,600 New Zealand dollars
  • College Hill

Service Description

PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma is another method that can help patients to restore hair loss, and make thinning hair better. PRP®, Platelet Rich Plasma Skin Rejuvenation Therapy which has been popularised overseas as the "Dracula Therapy". Our PRP treatment consist of a comprehensive package which includes using two Regen tubes of PRP delivered with the accurate scientifically proven V2 gun, MP2 magnetic field stimulation, and Low Level Laser Light treatment (ie 630nm LED red light). PRP uses your own blood to stimulate your stem cells in your skin to create new collagen and this can also be used to stimulate hair growth. Platelet Rich Plasma can assist with hair regrowth in a safe, natural way by stimulating your own stem cells to make your hair grow. Results of hair regrowth are usually seen after a few months. Repeat treatments are required. If medically appropriate, certain prescribed medications can enhance the result further. PRP is considered an adjunct ie additional treatment that can help to restore thinning hair, reduce hair loss, and treat balding hair using your natural stem cells. Topical anaesthetic and if required local anaesthetic is applied to the thinning hair of your scalp that you want restored, making the area numb. Then your own stem cells are injected into the area of hair loss. This treatment can also be used to further enhance your hair transplantation result. We encourage all patients (men and women who are not of childbearing age) to take either Propecia or Dutasteride which can help to prevent further hair loss, so long as the medication is tolerated. Please note, all prices and quotes are inclusive of GST. The fee includes the operating theatre fee. Revised 28th December 2023


Contact Details

  • 26 College Hill, Freemans Bay, Auckland, New Zealand

    09 360 1250

    nzhairtransplant@gmail.com


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