PRP Hair Restoration

What is PRP Hair Restoration

It is the process of turning a person’s blood cells into stem cells that are then injected back into the scalp to stimulate hair growth. This procedure is essentially a way to make your hair follicles, so it doesn’t matter where you have thinning or absent hair.

How Does it Work?

A small amount of a patient’s blood is taken from the arm and then spun in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the platelets. The platelets are the part that plays an essential role in regeneration and healing and are rich with proteins called growth factors. Platelets can help hair grow back on its own and contain many proteins that stimulate the production of new cells for growing hair or treating scars, wounds, burns, wrinkles, or other skin problems.

Growth factors are proteins that play an essential role in cell growth, tissue repair, and tissue regeneration in humans.

What Goes on After PRP is Administered?

There’s no recovery time, and patients can resume normal activities immediately after treatment. Most patients report a noticeable difference after just one treatment, but many experience thicker and fuller hair with each consecutive session. Each session involves a repeat injection of blood extracted from the body preceding each session at regular intervals over several months.

Who Would Benefit

Any one between 18-72 years of age who has suffered hair loss from stress, male/female pattern baldness, people with thinning and balding hair, and those suffering fro recent hair loss.

Benefits of PRP Hair Restoration

The platelets are rich in proteins that stimulate the growth of new hair. It makes better, thicker, and healthier hair.
The patient’s blood plasma is introduced into the scalp, where it can trigger the growth of new follicles, which produce hair naturally and safely. So effectively regrowing your own hair thicker and healthier.

Minimal to no down time for normal activity, most treatments take about 45 mins.

Your provider can administer PRP treatment at the medspa, and it doesn’t require anesthesia or medication.

The number of treatments required to achieve the desired results varies from one person to another.

The procedure is successful between 70-90 percent of the time for those who’ve tried it. It greatly depends on the cause of your hair loss and the patient’s ability to recover and heal naturally. If you’re facing problems such as genetic hair loss, using PRP can be successful in many cases. An underlying medical condition may affect how much the client can see results from this treatment.

PRP Can Help With Hair Growth in 2 Patient Types:

1. Mild to Moderate Hair loss.

In this case, there are still good-quality hair follicles left on the scalp. These follicles will be able to produce healthy hair as long as they are triggered and stimulated by treatment. For example, patients with thyroid disease or women who have recently given birth tend to have mild to moderate thinning problems, but with PRP Hair Restoration treatment, they can get their hair back again.

2. Moderate to Severe Hair Loss.

In this case, the good-quality hair follicles are almost gone. Instead, there are a lot of dead follicles/stem cells that do not grow hair. PRP Hair Restoration aims to replace these dead stem cells with new ones that can make new hair grow again.

Best Outcomes That One Can Expect

Recent studies suggest that 85% of patients regain a full head of hair with 3-5 PRP treatments. It is important to note that some people can have a good result after one treatment, while others may need to undergo several PRP sessions before they see the results they are looking for.

However, it is essential to remember that the success rate only applies to patients with mild to moderate thinning or receding hairline and does not apply for alopecia because there are no hair follicles left on the scalp. There is a possibility that the PRP Hair Restoration procedure might not work for you even though you have no underlying medical conditions causing your hair loss.

Suppose you have been diagnosed with pattern hair loss, alopecia, or another type of hair loss problem and have been trying to find reliable solutions. In that case, it is essential to make sure that you’re consulting with a professional who is experienced in these types of treatments. Sol