• Treatment PRP hair-loss treatment
  • Doctor Dr Rosmy Barrios
  • Category Premium Aesthetic Treatments
  • Medical equipments U225 Mesotherapy Gun

Alopecia or hair loss

Hair transplantation therapy is very common today. Alopecia is a very common disorder that results in unpredictable hair loss. Also, it means the absence or insufficient density of hair in areas where normally it would be present in a regular volume.


The most common type of acquired alopecia is androgenetic alopecia, in 95% of male cases. Hair loss mainly in the frontal, occipital or parietal areas of the scalp are determining alopecia. The condition is based on the activity of the male sex hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which affects the hair follicles. Sooner or later, therapy will be essential.


The male sex hormones are causing an androgenetic type of alopecia, but the problem appears in women. Women’s androgenetic alopecia affects the parietal, frontal, occipital areas. Diffuse alopecia (telogen effluvium alopecia) is a process of proportional hair loss in all anatomical areas of the scalp. This form of alopecia is associated with a violation of general metabolism. The causes of this type of problem may be stress and hormonal. Hair transplantation therapy is very common in this case.


  • The main symptom of alopecia is patchy hair loss
  • Doctors can diagnose alopecia quickly by examining the hair under the microscope or a blood test
  • It affects many people of all ages, but usually around the age of 30

Less Invasive Treatments


PRP is a short term for platelet-rich plasma. Plasma is a component of the blood that contains special proteins that help the blood to clot. Platelet is a disk-shaped cell that circulates through the bloodstream along with white and red blood cells. It contains the natural growth factor, which stimulates hair follicles and soft tissues and skin of the scalp. Besides the growth factor, they support cell recovery.

Stem Cells intradermal injection

Decreased blood supply to the hair follicles – medically called “ischemia” is the first factor in hair loss. It can result from genetics, ageing, or even certain autoimmune diseases that can develop during the years. Inflammation alters the normal growth processes of the follicles. It may also cause slowing hair growth or even stop. Stem cells, however, can grow several types of cells in the body.
Hair Transplatation

More Invasive Treatments

Fat injections

How do we extract fat?

The fat extraction is accomplished through a liposuction procedure. The amount that we extract is divided into two parts – one goes under the scalp, and the other one is used for stem cell isolation. Our main goal here is hair growth stimulation. However, if that doesn’t happen, we do a follicular unit extraction (FUE).

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

This procedure focuses on harvesting hair through small circular incisions over a considerably larger area of the donor zone which. As a result, leaves tiny, round and white scars.

What to expect

Completely renewed sculp with hair that will continue to grow, but also soft skin. Entirely new look and restored fatty tissue. After the procedure, your scalp may be very tender.
Hair transplatation
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