Hairrevive

GFC / PRP

Hairfall Treatment

PRP is a hair loss treatment is gaining popularity. The goal is to stimulate hair
growth and improve hair density by using the growth factors in the platelets,
offering a painless procedure with minimal recovery time. The procedure
involves taking a small amount of blood from the patient. The blood sample undergoes a centrifuge process to ensure only enriched cells or platelets remain. Using a microneedle, this concentrated PRP is injected into the scalp where treatment is needed. PRP is a perfect option for people suffering from hair thinning and can be done by both men and women.

GFC Treatment

What is GFC Therapy ?

This treatment represents the pinnacle of hair restoration advancements. Growth Factors are extracted from the patient’s blood and injected into the scalp to stimulate hair growth.

Our expert team ensures personalized care for natural-looking results, revitalizing dormant follicles and enhancing overall hair quality. Explore the transformative potential of platelet-rich therapies today for a fuller, thicker mane.

What is the GFC procedure?

A GFC tube holds around 15 millilitres of blood. After tilting the contents gently, they are left for half an hour. By centrifugation, GFC is separated. Specialised microneedles are used to collect and inject the separated GFC into the scalp.

GFC treatment is appropriate for anyone experiencing hair loss or who is just beginning to bald. When baldness progresses, hair transplantation might be used to supplement it. GFC therapy works on both sexes in an identical manner.

What Advantages Does GFC Therapy Offer?

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No Platelet Loss, high concentration of growth factor, naturally degenerates damaged tissue

Completely safe, prepared from the patient’s own blood, contamination-free

Zero RBCs and WBCs

Lunchtime procedure, Easy and rapid preparation process

8 hours at room temperature, 7 days at -4 ℃

PRP Treatment

Procedure for PRP

PRP is a non–surgical treatment for people who require stimulation of hair growth.

The doctor takes a little blood which is then treated in a centrifuge so that only the enriched cells or platelets (PRP) remain. The PRP or highly concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma, including essential growth proteins, is injected into the scalp or areas to be treated using a special micro needle. It possible to use PRP Hair Loss Therapy alone to promote hair growth or it can also be used in combination with hair transplant or restoration surgery.

Are PRP outcomes guaranteed?

A GFC tube holds around 15 millilitres of blood. After tilting the contents gently, they are left for half an hour. By centrifugation, GFC is separated. Specialised microneedles are used to collect and inject the separated GFC into the scalp.

PRP is a promising new non-surgical treatment that stimulates hair follicles naturally to treat hair thinning. Although larger clinical trials are still being conducted, the medical literature now available shows a number of encouraging outcomes. The main sources of information regarding PRP therapy success are anecdotal and case reports, despite the existence of a small number of controlled trials.

Individuals who have a history of heavy drug or alcohol use, heavy smoking, medical diagnoses such as thrombocytopenia, hypofibrinogenaemia, hemodynamic instability, sepsis, acute and chronic infections, chronic liver disease, chronic skin conditions, cancer, metabolic and systemic disorders, and anticoagulation therapy recipients.

Benefits

PRP therapy has several benefits in combating hair loss.

Straightforward, non-surgical process

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Secure and trustworthy Outcomes.

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Exceptionally short recuperation time

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