What is the difference between PRP and Low-Level Laser Therapy?

PRP and Low-Level Laser Therapy are 2 different methods used for the treatment of hair loss. Both methods address hair loss by promoting hair preservation and regrowth. Lasers can be applied alone or combined with PRP.

PRP involves taking a small sample of blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to concentrate and separate the platelets and plasma from the other components of your blood, which is then injected back into the body at the injury site.

The role of PRP is to strengthen the hair and prevent hair loss. PRP supported hair transplantation aims to promote and enhance tissue repair as well as stimulate new hair growth after the procedure.

Low-Level Laser Therapy speeds up the healing time of hair transplant. It helps reduce side effects such as redness, swelling as well as pain within the operated area and promote the fastest hair growth possible.