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Plasma Hair

Whilst hair loss is often associated with male pattern baldness, there are a number of causes associated with thinning and balding that can affect both men and women. Treating hair loss in its early stages often means supporting follicles that are underactive, and this can be achieved with plasma hair restoration treatments. 

The Benefits

The popularity of Plasma Hair Restoration has increased in recent decades, helping many individuals achieve improved hair volume. By extracting the patient’s own blood, processing the sample, and injecting it into the scalp, the treatment works to activate a multitude of healthy systems under the skin. This process can dramatically improve the size, strength, and activity of your hair follicles to counteract the effects of hair loss. The benefits of using Plasma Hair Restoration for hair loss are as follows:



      Helps combat the early stages of male pattern baldness


      Increases the number of active hair follicles


      Strengthens the hair to prevent hair loss


      Promotes new hair growth after transplants


      Nature-based remedy to hair loss


      Minimal discomfort and downtime


      Proven results

      Plasma Hair Restoration

      Whilst hair loss is often associated with male pattern baldness, there are a number of causes associated with thinning and balding that can affect both men and women. Loss of hair can be gradual or sudden and is often caused by factors such as genetic predisposition, age, hormonal changes, conditions such as alopecia areata, and overall health and wellness. A variety of treatments are available to increase the volume of hair on the scalp and give patients a boost in confidence.

      Plasma Hair Restoration is a biological hair rejuvenation therapy that provides a more natural approach to hair restoration. The procedure is a multi-step treatment whereby blood is extracted from the body and injected into the scalp to promote hair growth.


      How it works

      Treating early-stage hair loss can be achieved with Plasma Hair Restoration. PHR utilises plasma extracted from a patient’s blood.

      The process involves:

      1. Collecting a blood sample from the patient’s arm.

      2. Spinning the sample to concentrate platelets within the plasma.

      3. Injecting the concentrated sample into the scalp to stimulate follicles.

      These injections stimulate tissue regeneration, activate follicles, and improve blood flow, resulting in thicker and fuller hair growth.


        Personalised Approach

        At Flawless Hair Restoration, we offer a personalised, patient-focused treatment approach. Explore your rejuvenation options with an obligation-free consultation, valued at $150, which is fully redeemable if you proceed with treatment. At your consult, we will:

        Establish your concerns

        And what you hope to achieve

        Provide customised advice

        From trained experts

        Deliver a unique treatment plan,

        Tailored to you and your body

        Highly qualified Doctors

        The treatment is administered by our highly qualified doctors and nurses 


        What to expect

        Once an ideal approach to treatment has been established for your condition, you will be able to schedule your first Plasma Hair Restoration treatment session.

        A Plasma Hair Restoration treatment is a quick and straightforward procedure that typically will not take more than an hour. It will begin with the extraction of a blood sample, likely from your arm. Your technician will use a specialised medical device to separate the components within the blood and create plasma to be injected into the scalp. A series of 15 to 20 injections will be made in a grid pattern to create an even distribution. The process transmits health-promoting substances beneath the scalp and stimulates healthy blood flow to the area.

        Stimulation of hair follicles and cellular renewal from Plasma Hair Restoration injections encourages healthier, thicker, and faster hair growth in areas lacking volume. Most patients will see a noticeable difference in their hair growth after two or three months.

        Things to consider

        No downtime is required after a Plasma Hair Restoration hair restoration treatment, however, some mild swelling and sensitivity may be experienced. Any residual discomfort or inflammation will normally fade as your scalp heals. During the healing process, care should be taken to not irritate the skin, as this can cause damage to the follicles and negatively impact your results. It is advisable to stick to irritant-free haircare products. In addition, it is best to avoid sunlight, heat exposure, and vigorous exercise for 48 hours to give your scalp adequate time to recover.

          Ideal candidates

          Using Plasma Hair Restoration for hair loss can be beneficial for a wide range of people. It is often an ideal treatment for men and women with androgenetic alopecia, which causes balding at the hairline in men and thinning at the top of the head in women. If you have experienced noticeable hair loss, particularly within the past five years, Plasma Hair Restoration may help restore some of your hair’s lost volume.

          When developing an approach to treatment, each patient’s individual health must be taken into account. For this reason, an initial consultation with one of our expert clinicians will be necessary to establish whether you are a suitable candidate. During your consultation, your hair condition and concerns will be discussed, along with any history of medical conditions or current medications.

            What results can I expect?

            Patients should expect their hair growth to gradually improve over the course of a few months. It should be noted that Plasma Hair Restoration therapy is not a cure for hair loss, but it can provide a noticeable improvement in hair fullness to reverse the effects of hair loss.








              How many treatments will I need?

              Typically, three or four sessions spaced four to eight weeks apart will be necessary to achieve the best results. However, this is subject to change, as each patient has different requirements.








                Are there any risks?

                Since Plasma Hair Restoration uses plasma from the patient’s own body, the risk of allergic reaction is very low. However, there are still some risks associated, and it is important to consider them before deciding to undergo treatment. Risks and complications associated with Plasma Hair Restoration injections include:

                • Injury to underlying nerves or blood vessels
                • Scar tissue
                • Infection
                • Bleeding









                  Do scalp injections hurt?

                  We have many pain reduction strategies to ensure your treatment is as comfortable as possible.