Hair loss is a common condition in dermatological practice, with the degree varying from the completely normal process of hairs falling out and being replaced by new ones to complete hair loss, known as alopecia. The loss of more than 120 hairs a day is considered pathological. Men are more commonly affected by hair loss, but during menopause, women may experience substantial thinning of the hair. The reasons for alopecia are different, but the main ones include hormonal imbalances, stress, deficit of essential vitamins, etc. The main factors resulting in hair falling out are impaired blood supply, reduced oxygen influx and lack of nutrients essential for healthy hair. Trichology specialists have identified the following types of alopecia: androgenic alopecia (most common), alopecia areata (spot baldness), cicatricial alopecia, diffuse alopecia, etc.

In addition to rejuvenating skin, platelet rich plasma therapy is successfully used to restore hair growth. Plasma therapy is a mini-invasive procedure, where the patient’s own plasma is used. It has a very high concentration of platelets and growth factors. The procedure uses a small amount of the patient’s own blood (about 10 ml). Platelets are extracted in a centrifuge and are then injected at the depth of the hair follicle. It is proven that PRP therapy stimulates cellular processes, as a result of which hair growth improves. What is more, the rate of angiogenesis (the creation of new blood vessels) speeds up, which stimulates microcirculation and revitalisation of hair follicles.

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Plasma therapy is a modern procedure that produces excellent results in diffuse hair thinning and hair loss. This treatment accelerates the process of scalp tissue regeneration, improves blood supply and heals cells in the hair follicle, resulting in the growth of strong and healthy hair. Clinical trials are certain about the effectiveness of PRP therapy. It involves injecting the treated area with amino acids, vitamins and minerals that are essential for normal hair growth. At the same time, the pricks improve blood circulation, resulting in faster delivery of nutrients essential for hair follicles.


Up to 60 min. per procedure.
For an optimal effect, we recommend at least 3 procedures at 1-month intervals.
Up to 2 procedures a year are necessary as maintenance treatment.






  • Clinical studies
  • Machine-assisted diagnostic assessments
  • Injectable treatment
  • Machine-assisted procedures

Recovery period

  • Up to 3 days after the procedure.
  • The treated area may feel warmer as a consequence of the biostimulation.
  • The results become visible up to 3 weeks after the first procedure.


  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Blood diseases
  • Coagulation disorders
  • Infectious diseases
  • Oncological diseases


Greasy food should not be consumed before the procedure, and the hair and scalp should be clean during treatment. The procedure has several stages. Initially, the dermatologist collects blood from the patient’s vein into a special test tube. It is then centrifuged to separate the platelet autologous plasma. The prepared plasma is extracted and gradually injected into the treated area. For at least 24 hours after the procedure, the scalp should not be washed to avoid risk of infection.

Frequently asked questions:

The dermatologist determines where the filler should be inserted, taking into account the patient’s anatomical features. The procedure lasts around 20-30 minutes.

The filler is spread evenly in the cheekbone area, with the results visible immediately.

No recovery period is required for this procedure. Redness or swelling may appear at the injection site, but the discomfort passes quickly (a few hours to a few days).

The effect is visible immediately and lasts around a year.

The procedure can be repeated again after the filler’s full or partial degradation.

  • Hypersensitivity to various types of fillers;
  • Skin injury at the injection site.