PRP Hair Treatments

PRP treatment lasts procedure for only 30 minutes

PRP Hair Therapy

PRP Hair Treatments

PRP aims to stop hair loss, improving the hair quality and enable hair growth.  In the application of PRP hair treatment, also called as Platelet-Rich Plasma, you own blood is injected into the scalp. The first step of PRP treatment based on stem cell therapy is to centrifuge the patient's blood. After the centrifuge plasma is obtained to the skin with mesotherapy or fill method and the hair growth is naturally stimulated. The plasmas that are injected into the skin excrete growth factor triggering the stem cell migration and reproduction.

The utilization of special plasma derived from the patients' own blood in PRP treatment completely eliminates the risk of communicable diseases and allergy. PRP therapy is very appealing as it is pain-free and there is no scars left after the operation. In PRP treatment lasts procedure for only 30 minutes. There are no scars left or pain after the operation. Patients can go back to their daily activities right after the plasma injection. 

It is highly recommended by the physicians to repeat the operation once in a year so as to enjoy long-term benefits of this treatment that is applied once in every month for consecutive 3 months in total. PRP is a FDA-certified (USA Food and Drug Administration) treatment method.  It never causes an allergic reaction as the plasma is derived from the patient’s own blood and it is a highly reliable application. 

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP (Platelet-Rich-Plasma) therapy widely used to combat various hair problems. Recent research and technology provide the new understandings of wound and tissue healing. As results of these scientific studies, we tend to acknowledge PRP is an all-natural autologous process performed for scalp, skin, and hair stimulation to restore hairs. Well, you might be wondering what the concept of PRP is. Basically, PRP therapy involves using patient’s blood itself and injecting it into required scalp area.

Why PRP Therapy?

Have you been observing your hair falling down while taking a shower or brushing them every morning? Well, this happens with almost all of the people and trust us shedding of 50 to 70 strands or even up to 150 strands of hair is perfectly normal. But things start taking an uglier turn when you start noticing hair fall more than the average, perhaps making it the cause of worry for you unquestionably.

If you are experiencing hair loss or any signs of baldness, regardless of its cause, then you should start taking it seriously and consult a hair specialist without any delay. I mean no one could afford to wait to get the hair issue checked until one goes totally bald, right? Hence, you need the proper guidance and treatment that too at the right time.

How PRP Therapy Work?

In Platelet-Rich Plasma method, one’s blood is withdrawn first and then processed so as to filter plasma along with the platelets. After centrifugation of blood, the collected platelet-rich-plasma cells are then injected into scalp that is facing a receding hairline or is affected by hair loss. Well, the reason behind injecting plasma into scalp is very clear i.e. PRP cells are loaded with vital proteins that turn out to be helpful in tissue generation and further tend to enhance natural hair growth.

PRP is mostly chosen by women facing alopecia or any type of hair loss. Also, men who are diagnosed with androgenetic alopecia also go for this technique. It is a very easy-to-go process and is done in more than four sittings so as to get the best results. However, people who are completely bald should not opt this process as it does not help them grow new hair but only stimulates the natural hair growth process.

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