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There are some basic similarities between platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), there are some crucial differences that make PRF superior for hair restoration.

Both procedures require a blood draw, although PRF requires a lesser amount. PRP is then spun at a higher speed in the centrifuge, which causes the heavier cells in the blood, the stem cells and white blood cells to collect in the bottom part of the test tube, while the platelets and plasma collect in the upper part. The platelets and plasma are collected and injected into the areas of thinning hair.

Research is showing that even higher concentrations of platelets, as well as a concentration of white blood cells and stem cells is a more effective mix.

That’s what PRF delivers. To create PRF the blood is spun at a lower speed so that the layers of the blood do not separate out as distinctly. This allows some of the white blood cells and stem cells to remain within the platelet layer, instead of being separated.
This gives PRF more healing factors than PRP. Plus, the lower centrifuge speed causes less trauma with the individual cells involved.

You’ll first see a marked decrease in hair thinning and shedding. Next, you’ll see real hair growth usually in the first two to three months.


Any anti-inflammatory medications and certain supplements will need to be stopped, as they can lead to bleeding and bruising.

Otherwise, it’s a good idea to drink plenty of fluids and hydrate fully for the three days prior to your PRF session.


There isn’t really any recovery. You may take an over-the-counter pain medication if you feel any soreness, but you can shower and wash your hair immediately. Don’t use ice packs on your scalp, as the cold can inhibit the PRF activity. Your scalp may be a little pink or red across the treatment areas for several hours after your session. We usually recommend holding off few days with typical hair maintenance, such as blow drying, curling, etc.


3-6 sessions in a year - at least 4-6 weeks apart

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