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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair Regrowth Treatment is a minimally invasive procedure designed to stimulate natural hair growth and combat hair loss. The procedure begins by taking a small blood sample from the patient that is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood components. Next the PRP is carefully prepared and concentrated before being strategically administered into the areas of the scalp experiencing hair thinning or hair loss, helping to stimulate dormant hair follicles and enhance their activity.

After the procedure, there is minimal downtime, and most patients can resume their daily activities immediately. PRP hair regrowth treatment is typically administered over a series of sessions, with each session spaced several weeks apart and he exact number of sessions varying based on individual needs and goals.

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What To Expect

PRP hair regeneration is believed to work by stimulating hair follicles, increasing blood supply to the scalp, and encouraging the growth of thicker, healthier hair. However, individual results can vary, and not everyone may experience significant improvements. It’s important for individuals considering PRP hair regeneration to have realistic expectations and to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine if this treatment is suitable for their specific hair loss condition.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair Regrowth Treatment for?

PRP Hair Regrowth Treatment is a popular option for those seeking a natural and non-surgical approach to combat hair loss and promote growth. It is often used with other hair restoration methods for optimal results. Consultation with a qualified medical professional can help determine if PRP treatment suits your specific hair loss concern.

What are the benefits of PRP Hair Regrowth Treatment?

The benefits of PRP Hair Regrowth include natural hair growth stimulation, reduced hair loss, minimally invasive procedure, minimal downtime and improved hair thickness and quality.

How long until I can return to my day-to-day activities after the treatment?

After the procedure, there is minimal downtime, and most patients can resume their daily activities immediately.

What can PRP Hair Regrowth be used for?

PRP Hair Regrowth can be used to address various hair-related concerns, including:

  • Pattern baldness in men and women
  • Alopecia Areata
  • Thinning hair
  • Receding hairlines
  • Hair transplant complement
  • Hair quality enhancement
  • Preventative treatment
  • Postpartum hair loss
  • Scar revision

What does the procedure involve?

The procedure begins by taking a small blood sample from the patient that is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood components.

Next, the PRP is carefully prepared and concentrated before being strategically administered to the areas of the scalp experiencing hair thinning or hair loss. This helps to stimulate dormant hair follicles and enhance their activity.

How many sessions will I require?

PRP hair regrowth treatment is typically administered over a series of sessions, each spaced several weeks apart. The exact number of sessions varies based on individual needs and goals. 

For hair regrowth, three treatments are typically needed, one month apart, with the most dramatic improvements seen at six months. Results typically last one to two years before a touch-up or booster session is needed.

How long do PRP hair growth injections last?

Typically, hair regrowth can be effective six to nine months before an additional booster injection is required.

How does PRP hair growth compare to micrograft?

The micrograft procedure costs more, requires more downtime post-procedure, and can take several hours. After PRP treatment, patients experience little to no downtime and can return to work the next day. Improvements in hair thickness, volume, and regrowth are more subtle than those of a micrograft and are gradual over many months.

Who is not suitable for PRP Hair Regrowth treatments?

Individuals with the following conditions may not be suitable for this procedure, including a history of bleeding disorders, patients who are currently taking anti-coagulation therapy (are unable to stop), those who are immunocompromised, and patients with a history of melanoma or other skin malignancies at the proposed site for PRP.

What should you avoid before PRP Hair Regrowth treatments?

Things to avoid before PRP Hair Regrowth injections include taking anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulation medication before the procedure.

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