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GET YOUR NATURAL HAIR GROWING IN 3-6 TREATMENTS
WHAT IS PRP?
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy for hair loss is a three-step medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp. The PRP treatment begins with collecting a small sample of blood. The blood sample will then be placed into a machine that separates the beneficial blood platelets from the rest of the ingredients, creating PRP. Then, PRP will be injected into various areas of the scalp. When these cells are concentrated into a dense formula (platelet-rich plasma), they can be injected into the scalp to heal hair follicles and encourage natural hair growth. Using PRP therapy for hair growth is an entirely natural solution for hair loss, since the PRP is derived from your own blood. Plus, this treatment involves practically no downtime, thanks to the healing benefits of PRP. PRP injections trigger natural hair growth and maintain it by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and increasing the thickness of the hair shaft. Treatments are typically performed once a month for the first three to four months, and then every three to six months thereafter, depending on the individual patient's response and results.
Although everyone’s experience is different, in general, most clients can expect to see improvements in the quality of their hair within 3-4 months after PRP therapy. Follow-up appointments will be scheduled during this time to observe and track the progress of a patient’s hair regrowth. To further improve the health of the follicles and promote future hair growth, additional PRP treatments may be recommended every 12-18 months.
IS PRP RIGHT FOR YOU?
PEOPLE WHO CAN BENEFIT
- Anyone experiencing hair loss is essentially a good candidate for PRP treatments, but those with early hair loss tend to respond the best. The more recent the hair loss occurred, the better your chances are.
- Patients with alopecia.
- Both men and women - Male balding and hair thinning is talked about extensively, but women do not often get the same benefit of widespread information.
- A sizeable age range of people. Many successful clinical trials have been tested with people ranging from 18 to 72 years of age.
- Those suffering from hair loss due to high-stress levels. Since this condition is not chronic, it can be treated rather easily.
- Those with thinning or balding hair, but not completely bald people. PRP injections are meant to thicken, strengthen, and grow hair from follicles that are still functioning
NOT A GOOD CANDIDATE
- Clients who are already completely bald or bald for a long period.
- Clients with active hormone imbalances or autoimmune diseases that may be a contributing factor to their hair loss.
- If the body has a hormone imbalance or other inflammatory response, the PRP will not likely produce the desired effect on hair growth.
FAQ'S ABOUT PRP FOR HAIR LOSS
Is PRP The Best Option?
Is This For Men And Women?
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DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that PRP therapy is not a permanent solution to hair loss. As a therapy, it is recommended to continue to treat the affected area with ongoing PRP therapy sessions. This procedure is still currently being researched, and you may not see results. Your provider's recommendation is based on your current stage of hair loss. Results are not guaranteed and they do vary. Factors that contribute to results or lack of results are underlying health issues, and lifestyle choices such as drinking or smoking. Some medications can contribute to hair loss.