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PRP - video result 2,5 months after treatment


#1

A picture can say a lot, but video often tells more.

Please feel free to comment

click PLAY button below to watch video in this post.
1_file48.flv


#2

This has to be the most impressive PRP result I have seen


#3

» This has to be the most impressive PRP result I have seen

THIS IS NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I CALL A HAIRLOSS SOLUTION.
800$ FOR A SLIGHT improvment which is not going to last.

i dont see anything impressive in this video sorry.


#4

» » This has to be the most impressive PRP result I have seen
»
» THIS IS NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I CALL A HAIRLOSS SOLUTION.
» 800$ FOR A SLIGHT improvment which is not going to last.
»
» i dont see anything impressive in this video sorry.

I don’t know what to say, there is clearly a noticebale increase in density, you are entitled to your opinion, I have no problem with that, peace out :slight_smile:


#5

This is by far the best PRP result I have seen.


#6

I think the comb in the afterwards images is misleading.

This should be shown with short hair.


#7

There doesn’t seem to be any improvement at all - the guy’s hair has just been combed differently.

Until there’s actual data (from a double-blind study), there’s no reason to believe PRP works.


#8

I do see improvement.

But it looks too minor to rule out other factors like hair cycling, the stimulating effects of the injection process itself, styling differences, etc.


#9

» I do see improvement.
»
» But it looks too minor to rule out other factors like hair cycling, the
» stimulating effects of the injection process itself, styling differences,
» etc.

I see a differnce too. Then again I see a difference with everything. But this is by far nothing to clap about. First of all the man barely looked like he was losing grounds in the crown area. So ofcourse it was combed with all the hairs AWAY from the crown making it appear worse than it really is. Secondly, in the after-shots, the hairs are combed significantly different helping to conceal the balding area. Thirdly, can anyone care to explain why his hair is much darker in the after-shots than it was in the before?

I do see a difference ofcourse, but nothing to be hopeful about.


#10

» » I do see improvement.
» »
» » But it looks too minor to rule out other factors like hair cycling, the
» » stimulating effects of the injection process itself, styling
» differences,
» » etc.
»
» I see a differnce too. Then again I see a difference with everything.
» But this is by far nothing to clap about. First of all the man barely
» looked like he was losing grounds in the crown area. So ofcourse it was
» combed with all the hairs AWAY from the crown making it appear worse than
» it really is. Secondly, in the after-shots, the hairs are combed
» significantly different helping to conceal the balding area. Thirdly, can
» anyone care to explain why his hair is much darker in the after-shots than
» it was in the before?
»
» I do see a difference ofcourse, but nothing to be hopeful about.

This is what I meant. His hair looks better, but it doesn’t look like he’s grown new hair.

PRP = Pecuniary Removal Procedure


#11

you needmore to convince us
unless bverotti still have a trial position for me:)

hey bverotti is it possible?,will try and if it works in any way i will report back


#12

PRP has been tested in a double blind test by dr. Greco.
The entire scientific article can be found here http://doctorgreco.blogspot.com/2009_04_01_archive.html

Another double blind test by dr. Choi should be out by the end of this year. We are not a science institute and therefore we are not going to produce studies. We did however document some of our test candidates for our own documentation.

PRP is NOT about regrowing lost hairs. To my knowledge there is no such product or medication out there, I wish I was wrong.

PRP is about ‘healing’ hair follicles that are in the process of minituarisation. In some cases PRP can reverse minituarisation, such as seen in this video, or it may just stabilize hairloss. In many ways the goal of PRP is very similar to finasteride. Finasteride can not regrow lost hairs, it can also only keep hairs from minituarising or in some cases reverse this process.

As to the comments about the video. Please understand that video produces 25 images per second. It is the next best thing besides standing next to the patient. We combed his hair in multiple directions to make sure that the treated area is exposed from different angles and lighting. This is it, we can not present better evidence.

At the end there is only 1 things that counts for us : the patient is happy.

Bart

ps : hair color changes is also something we noticed. He did not color his hair or took any medication that could have caused this. We do however see hair color changes in transplantion patient also.


#13

hey can i be a “test candidate”,i am a diffuse thinner and the loss is very recent
if what matters is "the patient is happy "then let me come over there and do this,


#14

I am glad you made a video but it would be more trustworthy if you showed the patient’s face in the “before” and “after” video.


#15

» I am glad you made a video but it would be more trustworthy if you showed
» the patient’s face in the “before” and “after” video.

Hiding a patient’s face in display pictures is a pretty normal and accepted practice in the cosmetic surgery field.

Lots of patients are willing to let their pics be used, but only if their face is hidden. Demanding to see every patient’s face would drastically decrease the pool of available cases to show.


#16

» PRP has been tested in a double blind test by dr. Greco.
» The entire scientific article can be found here
» http://doctorgreco.blogspot.com/2009_04_01_archive.html
»
» Another double blind test by dr. Choi should be out by the end of this
» year. We are not a science institute and therefore we are not going to
» produce studies. We did however document some of our test candidates for
» our own documentation.
»
» PRP is NOT about regrowing lost hairs. To my knowledge there is no such
» product or medication out there, I wish I was wrong.
»
» PRP is about ‘healing’ hair follicles that are in the process of
» minituarisation. In some cases PRP can reverse minituarisation, such as
» seen in this video, or it may just stabilize hairloss. In many ways the
» goal of PRP is very similar to finasteride. Finasteride can not regrow
» lost hairs, it can also only keep hairs from minituarising or in some cases
» reverse this process.
»
» As to the comments about the video. Please understand that video produces
» 25 images per second. It is the next best thing besides standing next to
» the patient. We combed his hair in multiple directions to make sure that
» the treated area is exposed from different angles and lighting. This is it,
» we can not present better evidence.
»
» At the end there is only 1 things that counts for us : the patient is
» happy.
»
» Bart
»
» ps : hair color changes is also something we noticed. He did not color his
» hair or took any medication that could have caused this. We do however see
» hair color changes in transplantion patient also.

But I have a doubt!

Why don’t Dr Robert Jones gotten results?

He has tested the treatment on 36 patients, and after 4 months, only one has had some results.
He has also tried it on himself without any result.

We hope that in the next days best news arrives


#17

(bumping roger_that’s threads off the bottom of the page)