Hair: one of the key elements of a person’s identity. What can be done when it loses its thickness and vitality?

Is it possible to improve the appearance of a thinning hair scalp?

Depending on the causes of hair loss, it is possible to improve the condition of the scalp. We can expect a 20% to 30% increase in hair density.


Are all types (or causes) of hair loss treatable?

It is important to understand the underlying causes as well as to assess the current condition of the scalp. Depending on your medical condition, the doctor may recommend blood tests, mineral and vitamin supplementation or medication to better address your condition.


Is it equally effective for men and women?

Yes, the effectiveness of the treatment has been scientifically proven in men and women suffering from hereditary hair loss (androgenic alopecia), or hair loss related to stress or medication (diffuse alopecia).


What is PRP technology and how does it work?

The treatment consists of taking a small amount of your own blood (8ml), extracting platelets and growth factor-rich plasma by centrifugation and reinjecting it into the areas of hair loss to stimulate growth and improve hair quality. The activated platelets and growth factors found in the plasma stimulate the reactivation of the hair bulb (hair root), and help reverse the hair miniaturization associated with baldness. The hair increases in density and becomes thicker and healthier.


How many sessions may be required?

The PRP treatment for hair loss is spread over 4 sessions every 2 weeks followed by a maintenance session every 6 months.

A micro-injection gun is used to administer the PRP in a precise and comfortable manner.


Can this technology be used to treat other conditions?

It is possible to treat the face, neck and décolleté in order to stimulate the regeneration of the skin and thus improve its firmness, its elasticity as well as certain scars to improve their appearance.


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