Correcting Hair Loss with PRP Therapy
Women may be more vocal about their concern for hair loss, but also affects men. Hair loss can be caused by genetics, medical conditions, stress, and other factors. The good news? It can be reversed without surgery, thanks to innovative technology known as PRP Therapy.
What is Scalp PRP Therapy?
Over a decade ago, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) was used to treat sports injuries and speed up the healing process following surgery. After years of research, Scalp PRP Therapy was born. This revolutionary, yet simple and effective, treatment uses your own platelets to stimulate hair growth.
How does it work?
Scalp PRP Therapy injects your own platelets where they’re needed most. Research shows that growth factors found in PRP can increase hair density by up to 40%. Not only that, but these growth factors also lengthen the anagen phase of the hair growth cycle which means you’ll also have longer hair.
What should I expect during treatment?
Scalp PRP Therapy starts with the drawing of your blood. The drawn blood is put into a centrifuge, where the platelets and plasma are separated. The PRP is then injected into your scalp where the hair is thinning.
What should I expect after treatment?
For best results, Scalp PRP Therapy occurs in a series of treatments. The frequency of treatment depends on many factors including genetics, the pattern of your baldness, hormones, and the extent of your hair loss.
Am I a good candidate for Scalp PRP Therapy?
Scalp PRP Therapy is nearly universally accepted. Since it uses your own plasma, there’s no risk of the treatment being rejected. The best candidate for this treatment has noticed significant hair thinning, such as male-pattern baldness, and wants to restore his hair. Since it’s harder to “activate” hair follicles that have been dormant for an extremely long time, the sooner you come in for treatment, the faster the treatment will work.
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You don’t have to settle for hair loss, buy wigs, or even have hair implanted surgically on your head. Contact us today for more information on how to correct hair loss with Scalp PRP Therapy.