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PRP for Hair Loss Prices & Packages

PRP for Hair Loss Prices Great Directions

Pay As You Go
$350
each
New Client Offer: 
$200* conditions apply

Existing Clients

New Client Offer

PRP for Hair Loss Prices Great Directions

Starter Package
(4 x Treatments Prepaid)
Was $350 each
($1400 in total)
Now $199 each
($796 in total) 


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6 Month Package
incl all the required treatments over 6mths
Was:  $1790
Now:  $1490

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1 year (12mth) Package
incl all the required treatments over 12mths

Was:  $2790
Now:  $2290*

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Why am I losing my hair?

To determine what is causing your hair loss, we need to assess the following elements:

  • Where are you experiencing hair loss or thinning?
  • When did you first start to notice your hair loss or thinning?
  • Are you experiencing hair loss or thinning to your arms, legs, face or body?
  • Are you consuming any other medication or do you have any other pre-existing medical conditions or situations?

The majority of people experience hair loss to their frontal hair line (including the temporals), the top and crown regions of the scalp – AND NOT TO ANY OTHER PART OF THEIR BODY – nor are the sides and back area’s of the scalp impacted by hair loss or thinning.  If your hair loss follows this description, then the cause of your hair loss is Genetics.   For more information about Genetic Hair Loss – Click Here

How many PRP treatments do I need?

Initially, we recommend 4 x PRP for Hair Loss Treatments – see below:

    • 1st PRP Treatment
    • 2nd PRP Treatment (spaced 1-4 weeks after the 1st treatment)
    • 3rd PRP Treatment (spaced 1-4 weeks after the 2nd treatment)
    • 4th PRP Treatment (spaced 1-4 weeks after the 3rd treatment)

Then, patients have a choice to either:

    • MAINTAIN the results they have achieved so far = 1x PRP Treatment every 2-4 months
    • ENHANCE and PROMOTE more hair regrowth = 1x PRP Treatment every 1-2 months
Do you take blood all at once or at each session?

We extract a small amount of blood (15-30mL) each and every treatment.  This is considered to be a relatively small amount of your total body’s blood supply.  Depending on the weight and height of a person, the human body contains approx 5L of blood.  Therefore 30mL represents less than 1% of your total body’s blood supply.

Once a patients blood is extracted, it is placed into a centrifuge.  The centrifuge separates the parts of the blood that we DO and DO NOT need for your PRP treatment.

From extracting a patients blood – to centrifuging the blood = requires approx 15min and the patient and the patient’s blood are always in the same room with each other the entire time.  And only 1 person’s blood is placed into the centrifuge at all times. 

How painful is a PRP treatment?

At Great Directions, we have performed over 20,000+ PRP Treatments and we have been performing PRP treatments since 2012.

Since 2012 and over 20,000 Treatments, we have only ever had 5 patients receive their first session then cancel their remaining sessions because of the pain or discomfort they experienced in their first session. 

Is numbing cream applied?

No – and there are a few reasons why we do not use any topical local anaesthetic aka numbing cream.

  1. The active ingredients in topical and inject-able local anaesthetics INHIBIT your platelets.   Therefore making your PRP treatment less effective.
  2. We don’t manually inject the PRP – we a meso injecting device.   Think of a meso-injector like a sewing machine.  A sewing machine is far more accurate and faster than manually sewing.  The same comparison applies to manually injecting your PRP or injecting it using a Meso-Injector.  The Meso-injector is able to distribute the PRP more evenly resulting in less trauma to your skin = meaning less pain and discomfort.
  3. The needles that we use to inject each person’s PRP are EXTREMELY thin and fine = therefore elminating the need to use any local anaesthetic.
Can I do a PRP Hair and a PRP Face treatment on the same day?

Yes.  Infact, it is cheaper to do a PRP Hair Treatment and a PRP Face Treatment on the same day.   Each area will require 45mins – therefore please allow 1.5hrs to receive a PRP Hair Treatments and PRP Face Treatment on the same day.

More information on PRP for the Face Treatments:  Click Here

I just received a hair transplant, when is it safe to do PRP Hair Treatments?

Short Answer:  ASAP!

Long Answer:  After a hair transplant, your body will be relying upon the platelets in your blood to heal the wounds from the donor area AND also the wounds where the hair was implanted.  PRP is simply a solution of your body’s own PLATELETS in higher concentration, therefore, receiving PRP treatments as soon as the day after a hair transplant will significantly boost and accelerate your bodies own natural healing process.

However, in the initial 45 days, some patients can experience significant inflammation in the area that has received the grafts.  In the case where excessive redness, in-grown hairs, tenderness or swelling existed, the method of injecting the PRP needs to be carefully decided.

  1. Manually injecting the PRP is risky, because the doctor or nurse have no way of ensuring they are injecting at the correct depth.   Also, injecting too much liquid could force your newly transplanted hairs to fall out (and once the follicle falls out you have lost the hair forever).
  2. Derma Needling the PRP is safer than manually injecting the PRP – however it isn’t as effective at ensuring the PRP reaches the follicle and deeper layers of the scalp/skin.
  3. Meso Injecting with a Meso-Gun – is the ONLY way PRP treatments are performed on patients who have previously received a hair transplant. Think of a meso-injector like a sewing machine.  A sewing machine is far more accurate and faster than manually sewing.  The same comparison applies to manually injecting your PRP or injecting it using a Meso-Injector.  The Meso-injector is able to distribute the PRP more evenly resulting in less trauma to your skin = meaning less pain and discomfort.

The below is what we recommend for patients who have received a hair transplant and would like to accelerate the recovery and growth rate of the transplant;

  • 1st PRP Treatment – ideally within 2 weeks of the hair transplant
  • 2nd PRP Treatment – approx 1-2 weeks after the 1st treatment
  • 3rd PRP Treatment – approx 2-3 weeks after the 2nd treatment
  • 4th PRP Treatment – approx 3-4 weeks after the 3rd treatment

Almost 30% of all of our clients have recently received a hair transplant (either in Australia or Overseas).  We have been working with patients who have received a hair transplant since 2012.  Plus Scott Moore (founder of this company) was formerly the General Manager of Australia’s Premier Hair Transplant Clinic, and Scott has brought his knowledge and experience within the Hair Transplant industry with him to Great Directions.

Does Medicare cover PRP Hair or PRP Face Treatments?

Unfortunately, Medicare does not presently offer any coverage for PRP Hair or PRP Face Treatments.  Please keep informed yourself – by viewing the medicare website:  click here

Does Private Health Insurance offer rebates for PRP Hair or PRP Face Treatments?

We are not aware of any Private Health Insurance providers offering rebates for PRP Hair or PRP Face treatments at this stage.  However, please consult your own provider to attain the facts about what is and what is NOT included with your current health insurance policy.

What are our opening hours?

Below are our opening hours:

Monday to Friday:    12:30pm —to— 8:30pm (last appt is at 7:30pm)
Saturday:    9:00am  —to— 3:30pm (last appt is at 2pm)
Sunday*:       10:00am —to— 4:00pm (last appt is at 3pm)

*Please note – we are only open the 1st Sunday in each calendar month.

Please familiarise yourself with our bookings and cancellation policies prior to booking a treatment – click here

How do we ensure every patient is safe?

The safety of our patients and employees is our #1 priority!

The following protocols and policies help to ensure this occurs:

  1. Sterile + Single Use Needles and Syringes are used:  Only sterile and single use medical needles and syringes are used.  Once they are used on a person – they are immediately placed into a sharps bin for safe disposal.
  2. Blood Collection:  Only 1 persons blood is placed into the centrifuge at all times.  That way no – cross contamination can occur.
  3. Hand Hygiene:  Staff and patients are encouraged to frequently use the alcohol based hand wash sanitiser that is provided in every room.  Staff are also given revision training every month on the importance of this initiative to ensure pathogens are not passed on.
  4. Nothing is re-used: Anything that comes in contact with your blood or any bodily fluid is immediately disposed of after use.  Nothing is reused if it comes in contact with your blood or any other bodily fluid.

We have been performing PRP treatments in 2012 – and during this time we have performed 20,000+ PRP treatments.  We are proud to have a CLEAN and SAFE record = this means no cases relating to patient safety has occurred.

The below video contains 18 x PRP frequently asked questions – and Scott Moore (founder) answers each of them!

Click the image below to start the video.

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