PRP Hair Loss Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma injections are a 100% natural, non-surgical treatment for men and women seeking to stimulate hair growth. PRP is concentrated blood plasma that contains up to five times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood. These platelets contain three different types of growth factor, in addition to other proteins. What’s more, PRP is already used to successfully promote wound healing and facial rejuvenation. And after exhaustive research and clinical trials, it is now proving a successful therapy for stimulating hair growth.
PRP Hair Loss Therapy Treatment Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
Individuals who have thinning hair, and both men and women with androgenetic alopecia. This is the term for male pattern baldness, which is hair loss at the top of the scalp with a receding hairline, particularly along the temples.
The level of discomfort experienced varies from patient to patient depending upon his or her sensitivity. To mitigate the discomfort, a topical anesthetic is applied to the treatment area before the injection process begins.
There is no risk of an allergic reaction with PRP therapy because the enriched plasma has been produced from the patient’s own blood. A concentrated amount of white blood cells make up part of the PRP, and white blood cells defend the body against infections, which means there is little chance of infection.
The procedure normally takes from 60 – 90 minutes, depending upon the size and number of area’s being treated.
Those who should not have this treatment include patients with history of heavy smoking, drug use, or alcohol consumption. Additionally, this treatment is not recommended for those having anti-coagulation therapy, we well as individuals with the following medical conditions: platelet dysfunction syndromes, thrombocytopenias, hypofibrinogenaemia, hemodynamic instability, sepsis, acute and chronic Infections, chronic liver disease, chronic skin diseases or cancer, or metabolic and systemic disorders.
Absolutely. PRP therapy is often complemented by Minoxidil and DHT blockers.
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