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PRP treatment for fuller hair

PRP (platelet rich plasma) is an effective treatment for both men and women who are thinning or have started to lose their hair and want to start growing their hair better.

PRP hair treatment (also known as vampire treatment) stimulates hair growth, making the treatment work pro- and retroactively against hair loss.

PRP treatment for hair can be performed on both head and beard.

Nordic Hair Clinic is the market leader in PRP in Sweden with the highest number of completed treatments. We have refined the PRP technique and today have very good results on the treatments we offer. We offer hair treatment with PRP in all our clinics.

Welcome to book PRP for your hair in Stockholm, Gothenburg or Malmö!

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About PRP for the hair

What is PRP hair treatment?

PRP are platelets extracted from your own blood plasma. Platelets are proteins that contain growth factors.

When blood plasma containing growth factors is injected into the scalp, it stimulates the stem cells around the hair follicle, causing it to expand.

The hair follicle then becomes larger and begins to produce a stronger strand of hair, and hair growth increases.


Why should you do your PRP hair treatment with us?

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Free consultation

Free consultation is included before the treatment, as well as free follow-up. We are the market-leading hair clinic within PRP in Sweden

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Experience and expertise

We have refined the PRP technique to provide optimal results. Long experience in PRP with over 40,000 treatments performed

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Fast and relatively painless

Simple and relatively painless treatment that only takes about 45 minutes.

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Do you want to do a hair treatment with PRP? It all starts with a consultation!

Before we recommend you to start a hair treatment with PRP, it is important to examine your hair to see if the treatment will be able to give the expected results. First you have to fill in a health declaration.

If you have restrictions, we will go through them. We also discuss what effect they may have on your final outcome if you decide to start PRP treatment.

What we do during a PRP consultation
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What happens during a PRP treatment?

The growth factors used for the treatment are taken from your own blood. Your blood is centrifuged and then we fill a number of syringes with plasma extracted from your blood. The plasma is then injected superficially into your scalp.

Hair follicles grow four to six millimetres down into the skin, but the part of the follicle that benefits most from PRP is about three millimetres down into the skin.

As the injections don’t go so deep in to the skin, you won’t feel much of the needle. Sometimes, however, you may experience skin tension or stinging. This is because the fluid has to take up space under the skin and the existing tissue has to give way to the PRP drops.

How the treatment works
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What happens to the hair after a PRP treatment?

Before a hair treatment with PRP, the hair follicles has most likely shrunk – they grow slowly, are thin and may later stop growing altogether.

After one or two PRP injections, the hair follicle will start to grow. The hair follicle become stronger and can produce a stronger strand of hair.

A number of months after the first PRP treatment, the hair follicles have regained their original growth force. They grow faster, are more vigorous and often more pigmented than when they were as small and fragile.

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