Understanding M & F Pattern Hair Loss

Pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is a common condition that affects both men and women. It often follows a specific pattern of hair thinning or loss, which can be distressing and impact self-confidence.

Male Pattern Hair Loss (M Pattern)

Men typically experience receding hairlines, thinning at the crown, and eventual balding in an M-shaped pattern. This condition is primarily influenced by genetics and hormonal factors.


Female Pattern Hair Loss (F Pattern)

Women may notice widening parts, thinning across the scalp, and reduced hair density. Female pattern hair loss can also be linked to genetics, hormonal changes, and ageing.

Understanding the type and progression of your hair loss is essential for determining the most effective treatment options.

PRP Treatment for Hair Loss

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a cutting-edge, non-surgical solution for addressing pattern hair loss in both men and women. PRP utilizes the body’s growth factors to stimulate hair follicles, promoting hair growth and increasing hair thickness.

How PRP Works: During a PRP treatment session, a small sample of your blood is drawn and processed to extract the concentrated platelet-rich plasma. This plasma is injected into the scalp, explicitly targeting hair thinning or loss areas


PRP utilizes your body's natural regenerative abilities to stimulate hair growth, resulting in a natural-looking outcome.

PRP is a non-surgical procedure with minimal downtime, making it a convenient option for those seeking hair restoration

Since PRP uses your blood components, the risk of allergic reactions or side effects is minimal.

PRP treatments are administered in sessions several weeks apart to achieve optimal results. Maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the benefits.