PRP Hair Restoration

PRP is a revolutionary new treatment for stimulating hair growth that has emerged from advances in scientific research and technology. In the last few decades, the medical community has integrated advances in scientific research to develop new approaches to tissue healing and wound recovery, based on PRP. Because PRP is derived from your own platelets, it is all natural, and that same ability to heal wounds is having a tremendous impact for those who suffer from hair loss because it turns out that the same capacity in PRP to heal wounds is what makes PRP ideal for treating thinning hair and hair loss.

What is PRP for Hair Restoration?

Your hair growth occurs in cycles, and successful hair growth depends on the presence of important proteins and growth factors for hair follicles to be capable of producing strong thick hair. When those proteins and growth factors are absent, hair loss and thinning of the hair can become a problem. PRP for hair restoration is a direct injection of these crucial substances right into your scalp in those regions where hair growth has become problematic. Without invasive surgery or downtime, your body’s natural hair growth is rejuvenated as new growth in dormant hair follicles is triggered by PRP injections. Pain-free and downtime free, you can now enjoy renewed hair growth thanks to the power of PRP.

Benefits of PRP for Hair Restoration

The brilliance of PRP for triggering new hair growth is in its simplicity. You don’t have to go through time-consuming procedures, and since the PRP is an all-natural substance that comes from your own body, there’s virtually no risk of a reaction as your hair follicles are stimulated and nurtured into vigorous new growth stages. One of the most striking benefits of PRP is that it reverses the shrinking of hair follicles, reducing the process of miniaturization, which is how hair follicles become incapable of producing hair. Both men and women can benefit from PRP, and because the process produces gradual results, the hair growth that occurs will seem more natural and organic.

What makes PRP work so well?

There are certain specific essential growth factors that our body needs to promote the healing and regeneration of tissue. These growth factors are embedded in autologous blood products and mesenchymal stem cells that are contained in your blood and are the reason why PRP has been so successfully used in healing wounds and regenerating skin tissue. In addition, scientific and medical literature in peer reviewed journals has demonstrated conclusively over the last two decades the effectiveness and safety of PRP in medial adjunct therapy for skin and wound healing.

The tremendous advances in PRP therapy as a treatment approach has brought it into the mainstream of sports medicine, orthopedics, plastic and cosmetic surgery, oral surgery and neurosurgery, thanks to the successful positive outcomes PRP has produced. Now that PRP has been shown by emerging scientific evidence to be successful in promoting hair growth, the weight of the evidence seems to suggest that PRP is one of the most exciting options available when it comes to promoting great hair restoration results. PRP is an extremely auspicious non-surgical therapeutic option for those patients with hair loss.


Does PRP Work?

Are you looking to stimulate thinning hair? When it comes to non-surgical based therapeutic approaches to thinning hair, the current medical literature suggests that PRP is capable of producing positive outcomes, and initial scientific research on the efficacy of PRP shows that a significant percentage of patients have extremely positive responses to PRP therapy. There is no guarantee of success for any individual patient, and different patients respond differently to PRP, but fantastic outcomes have been observed with many patients seeking more dynamic hair growth options. PRP has also been demonstrated as an effective supplement to surgical patients who have benefited from PRP’s ability to help ensure the survivability of hair graft transplants.

Is PRP Right for You?

There’s no doubt that medical and surgical progress has been enhanced by innovations in the use of PRP, and these benefits can help you enhance your chances for better hair growth. Your choice to opt for PRP is a very important personal decision, and while it has a demonstrated track record of efficacy for being safe, you should take the time to research and learn more about PRP. We are still in the early stages of research and recent clinical trials have not been completed, so PRP cannot be proposed as a guaranteed “cure” for hair loss, but there is excellent evidence that PRP therapy is a fabulous option when it comes to stimulating natural hair growth.

How is PRP for Hair Restoration Performed?

Nothing could be simpler than the process of PRP hair restoration, which takes less than an hour. At the outset of your treatment, your blood is drawn, in much the same way that it would be for a standard blood test at your physician’s office. Once your blood is drawn, a centrifuge is used to spin the blood and to separate out the platelets and growth factors, resulting in a high concentration of vital growth proteins and platelets. The centrifugation process is a natural way to derive a rich concentration of these elements.
At the same time this process is occurring, your scalp is cleaned and prepared for the injection, while a numbing cream is applied. The PRP is then injected into the areas of your scalp where hair loss is an issue. To massage the area, stimulate the hair follicles and allow greater penetration of the PRP, micro needling is performed. You can undergo PRP injections every three to four months, to continue the process of hair follicle stimulation with its abundant growth factors.

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