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What is the PRP Treatment cost in Delhi?

PRP is a popular non surgical hair loss treatment on the rise in Delhi. In this page you will find detailed analysis of PRP hair treatment cost in Delhi.

By Pankaj Kamble

Updated on 04th, Jan'22

The average cost of PRP treatment in Delhi’s ranges from ₹5,000-₹15,000 per session. Number of session varies from patient to patient depending upon the bald patches, normally 3-5 are sessions required each with gap of four to five weeks, sometimes it may take more sessions than that.


So total cost of PRP treatment in Delhi may go up to ₹20,000 to₹1,00,000 based on patient’s response to the treatment. Patients are suggested to use derma roller on daily basis, it costs around ₹150 to ₹500 and easily available online.


LLLP is recommended for getting better results, patients can buy their own Laser Hair Caps it costs around ₹30,000 to ₹40,000. Buying Laser Hair Cap is totally optional as LLLP treatment is available at respective clinics in Delhi.


Costs associated with PRP Treatment:

With every therapy or surgery there are many before and after test, treatments and follow ups are associated and most of them are mandatory and recommended by the doctors to ensure the good result of treatment or surgery. 

Another major factor affecting cost is the remuneration of the doctor. Doctors with high expertise tend to charge a high fee but deliver equivalent results. We have prepared a list of PRP doctors in Delhi for your reference. Other costs that might affect basic cost of PRP Treatment can be:


Pre-treatment cost of PRP Therapy in Delhi:

Before starting PRP, we should first find out the reason behind hair fall or hair thinning, for that you need to take few tests before you start the treatment as recommended by doctor.


Following are tests which you mayhave to take before starting treatment, again these vary person to person and his/ her medical history:

No.Test NamePrice Range
1Biopsy of the scalpVariable
2Hair DX’s Genetic testVariable  
3PVC Test₹150/- to ₹450/-
4Hemoglobin including platelets₹150/- to ₹1,500/-
5Thyroid₹500/- to ₹1,500/-
6HIV₹600/- to ₹5,000/-
7Hepatitis CVariable  
8Fasting plasma sugar₹100/- to ₹300/-
9Liver function test₹600/- to ₹1,400/-
10Renal function test₹600/- to ₹1,250/-


Cost During and After PRP Treatment:

  • Once you started taking sessions of PRP, there are couple of things you need to do to get best results out of it.
  • After first sitting doctor roles Derma Roller on your scalp so that Platelet Rich Plasma gets spared everywhere and starts working on bald patches and thin hair areas, it takes some time to show result and you need minimum of 3-4 sittings to complete the treatment.
  • After completing all the settings required for patient, he or she should undergo to the LLLT once in a month or twice in a month.
  • LLLP is Low Level Laser Phototherapy, which is used to stimulate the hair follicles which have been treated. It looks like helmet patient have to ware the helmet and it emits the laser lights on head, this treatment is of 20min-30min.

Who can take PRP Treatment?

  • PRP treatment can be given when hair fall is resulting into bald patches in different areas.
  • When patient is experiencing hair thinning over a period.
  • PRP treatment works better if your hair loss is recent,because it is more challenging to wake up hair follicles which are dormant for a long time.
  • If you are at any one level out of seven levels of baldness PRP treatment is not recommended, though you can get more clarity about it in consultation with the doctors.

Who should not take PRP Treatment?

  • If you are diagnosed with disorder such as thyroid disease or lupus, you may notget good results because these conditions will cause hair loss again over the time.
  • If you are taking blood thinners, your platelets might notworkeffectively, and the procedure is not as effective.
  • If you are diagnosed with any kind of Cancer,
  • You cannot opt for PRP if you are completely bald though you may opt for in such situation

Success Rate of PRP Treatment:

  • Unlike Hair Transplant, PRP treatment does not helps in growing new hair but it helps regrow hair which are recently lost, and their roots are weak not dead.
  • Success rate of PRP treatment is 60%-50% in Male patients, studies shows that people regrow around 30% hair they have lost.
  • Whereas in Female patients success rate more around 80%-90% female patients are observed to get benefited from PRP treatment.
Question and Answers (61)

My front head is going bald, will a hair transplant be a solution to it.

Asked anonymously on 6th May, 2022 at 2:34 pm

Hair transplant is a permanent and definite solution to your frontal balding problem.
It can give you your desired hairline and youthful look back

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Ma'am my hair becomes thinner all over the head. I consulted with our family physician for treating androgenic alopecia and he prescribed me minoxidil. I have been under medication past 4 months but have not seen any positive results. What should I do now? Is there any other treatment for androgenic alopecia in women?

Asked anonymously on 6th May, 2022 at 2:27 pm

Women can also undergo hair transplant.
Although it will be much advisable if we can have an online/face to face consultation to enable us to suggest you better

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Dr. Vikas Panthri

Hello doctor, can females get hair transplant done for hairfall because of PCOS . Because I am just 31 now and suffering a lot of hair fall issues. I also have PCOS?

Asked anonymously on 6th May, 2022 at 2:20 pm

Yes.. we have routinely operated many PCOS females facing hair loss issues with great results.
Although it's important to note that the hair transplant procedure and the PCOS treatment should go hand in hand to give you the desired result.

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Dr. Vikas Panthri

Doctor I am 42 years male, from Thrissur. For the last 2 years. It is almost getting bald. I have been on medication for high blood pressure past 7 years, I guess. So am I eligible for hair transplant? 

Asked anonymously on 6th May, 2022 at 2:16 pm

Yes, provided you take your antihypertensive medications regularly and also on the day of surgery. The preop BP required should be lesser than 140/90 mm Hg.
Also we are a completely adept medical facility equipped with handling all emergency situations

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Hello sir, I am looking for androgenic alopecia treatment. This issue I have been facing for the last 1 year. I am 36 years. Initially, I didn't notice that much, but now I can see near the top of the head has become almost empty. Please sir let me know if this can be cured. 

Asked anonymously on 6th May, 2022 at 1:21 pm

Absolutely. It can be cured by performing Hair transplant procedure where we can implant the hair follicles removed from donor area, into the required balding area, giving you back your youthful look.

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