GROWTH FACTOR CONCENTRATE THERAPY
This is a more advanced therapy in which instead of platelet-rich plasma with platelets, growth factors that are extracted and purified are injected. This treatment yields better and faster results than PRP alone. It requires lesser sessions than PRP to see similar results. The time taken for the treatment is also less and will be less painful than PRP.
It involves one-step centrifugation, in which growth factors within the platelet are separated. There are no RBCs, WBCs, and platelets, and instead pure concentrate of only growth factors is produced.
Growth Factor Concentrate Therapy is a non-surgical treatment for hair loss that utilizes growth factors derived from the patient's blood to promote hair growth. The therapy is also known as Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy.During a Growth Factor Concentrate Therapy session, a small amount of the patient's blood is drawn and processed using a centrifuge to separate the plasma, which contains growth factors, from the red blood cells. The concentrated plasma is then injected into the scalp at the sites of hair loss.
The growth factors in the concentrated plasma are believed to stimulate the activity of hair follicles, promoting the growth of new hair and improving the overall density and thickness of existing hair. The therapy is suitable for both men and women experiencing hair loss, and it can be used in conjunction with other hair restoration treatments.
Growth Factor Concentrate Therapy is a safe and minimally invasive treatment with few side effects, which may include minor swelling, redness, or soreness at the injection site. The therapy may require multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart to achieve the desired results.
It is important to have a consultation with a qualified hair restoration
specialist to determine if Growth Factor Concentrate Therapy is the
right treatment for you and to discuss the potential risks and benefits
of the procedure. While the therapy has shown promising results in
promoting hair growth, individual results may vary, and the therapy
may not be
effective for all types of hair loss.