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PRP (also known as Platelet Rich Plasma) Hair Restoration is a safe, effective, and non-surgical treatment used on individuals who have experienced or started to experience hair loss by addressing the root of the problem. PRP Hair Restoration helps to prevent hair loss on individuals who are starting to see the early signs of hair loss that comes with aging and to increase the chances of healthy hair growth.


To achieve the best results possible with PRP Hair Restoration, you need to be consistent. For the first three to four months of your PRP Hair Restoration journey, your treatments are usually done one time per month. After this your PRP Hair Restoration treatments will usually be every three to six months after this (this will depend on each individual’s response and results to the PRP Hair Restoration treatments).

PRP Hair Restoration results can be seen within two to three months after following this protocol. Although PRP Hair Restoration treatments are very effective and long-lasting, individuals who have had the treatments done will still need to get touch-ups at least once a year to continue their new healthy hair growth after their results start to appear


PRP is an effective and safe way to restore hair loss for many people. We at Riva Laser Medical Center provide a free assessment with or team prior to treatment because PRP is not for everyone, individuals who have an underlying disorder (such as lupus or thyroid disease) are not likely to have good results because these conditions over time will continue to cause hair loss.


There are many factors that can create hair loss in both male and female individuals, these can include:


Androgenic Alopecia (or more commonly known as male-pattern baldness and female-pattern baldness) is a hereditary medical condition that is a result from aging, this medical condition is the most common reason for hair loss. It is not a sudden change but more so a slow and predictable pattern of hair loss. Male individuals will typically start to notice some bald spots and a receding hairline while female individuals will typically notice the hair along the crown of their scalp beginning to thin.


Alopecia Areata is not the only medical condition that can cause hair loss, hormonal changes that are caused by menopause, childbirth and pregnancy can also contribute to it as well as thyroid problems. All these medical conditions can cause temporary hair loss or permanent hair loss. Ringworm (a type of scalp infection) and Trichotillomania (a hair pulling disorder) can also cause temporary hair loss and permanent hair loss.


When people go through an event that leaves them with physical shock or emotional shock, after several months their bodies can react to the stressful event by having the hair become thinner. Fortunately, this type of hair loss is only temporary.

Do you want your hair to become thicker, lusher, and more voluminous? Do you want a treatment with absolutely no downtime? Do you want to turn back the clock, look in the mirror and see your old self again? Well then PRP Hair Restoration just might be the hair loss treatment for you.

Next Step

If you think PRP Therapy could be right for you, or if you have any questions, simply click on chat button. If you would prefer to have your hair assessed by a professional and receive personalized information and guidance for your hair loss prevention strategy, click on the Book Your Consultation button below. Alternatively, you can call us on 971527773539/ 042598831

Why choose us as your hair and skin clinic?

You’re in good hands with the experienced medical team at Riva Laser Medical Center. Here is a handful of reasons as to why so many choose us as their trusted clinic:

  • Every year we perform over 1000s hair loss & skin, slimming treatments.

  • We use A unique process of combining injections & micro needling during treatments.

· Our renowned doctors and professionals at Riva Laser Medical Center, Dubai can provide extensive professional support for all stages of hair loss treatment.


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