GFC Treatment

GFC Contains a proprietary platelet activator in a specialized kit to release growth factors from alpha granules of platelets into GFC.
Various highly specific growth factors present in GFC play an active role to stop hair loss.

How GFC Works

What are the Advantages of GFC treatment

Who can take GFC Therapy

Anybody facing hair loss in the early stages and late stages depending on the advice from your Doctor will be fit to take GFC therapy. MGFC is effective in both males and females. 

What are the Duration and session required?

Three sessions over the period of 3 months are required initially. Followed by maintenance session once in 4-6 months can be done.

Results are visible from reduced hair fall increased hair thickness and hair count.

What are the side effects of GFC Therapy?

Since Monaris GFC is pure and does not contain any RBC’s or WBC’s risk of pain and inflammation is minimal. Patients can immediately resume normal activities after the procedure. It takes approximately one hour for the procedure.

What is the cost of GFC treatment?

The cost of GFC treatment in Delhi starts from 8000 and goes up to 12000 Rs per sitting. Good clinics use standardized GFC kits made by top companies and are done by dermatologists only. 

Growth factor concentrate therapy is a treatment for hair loss that involves the use of growth factors, which are substances that stimulate cell growth and division. Growth factors are naturally occurring proteins that are found in the body and play a key role in the healing and repair of tissues. In the case of hair loss, growth factor concentrate therapy aims to stimulate the growth of new hair follicles and improve the health of existing ones.

Growth factor concentrate therapy is usually applied topically to the scalp. The growth factors in the concentrate are absorbed by the hair follicles and stimulate the production of new hair cells. This process can help to strengthen and nourish the hair follicles, leading to healthier, thicker hair.

There is some evidence to suggest that growth factor concentrate therapy may be effective for treating hair loss. However, the effectiveness of the treatment may vary depending on the individual and the underlying cause of their hair loss. Some people may see significant improvements in hair growth and density, while others may experience only modest or no improvements.

The side effects of growth factor concentrate therapy are generally mild and may include redness, irritation, or dryness of the scalp. These side effects usually resolve on their own within a few days. Rarely, more serious side effects, such as allergic reactions or infection, may occur.

The frequency of growth factor concentrate therapy treatments may vary depending on the specific product being used and the individual’s specific needs. Some products may be used daily, while others may be used less frequently. It is important to follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer or your healthcare provider when using any hair loss treatment.

Growth factor concentrate therapy may be suitable for a variety of types of hair loss, including male and female pattern baldness, alopecia areata, and other types of hair loss caused by inflammation or scarring of the scalp. However, the treatment may not be effective for all types of hair loss, and it is important to consult a healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate treatment for your specific needs.

Yes, growth factor concentrate therapy can be used in conjunction with other hair loss treatments, such as topical or oral medications. It is important to discuss all treatment options with a healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate and effective treatment plan.

There may be certain contraindications for growth factor concentrate therapy, depending on the specific product being used and the individual’s medical history. It is important to discuss any potential contraindications with a healthcare provider before starting treatment.

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