Treat hair loss
The procedure stimulates the skin, scalp and hair follicles on the head, helping dormant strands surface for a fuller, more abundant look.
Once in the office, the doctor will draw the patient’s blood, spin it in a centrifuge to extract nutrient-rich platelets, and prepare the plasma for injection, this healthy mixture is then injected across the scalp. There are no major side effects, and patients normally leave the office and see palpable results within a month.
After the first three months, a decrease in hair loss can be noticed; six to eight months out, new growth can be seen.
How does PRP work for hair loss?
PRP is injected into the scalp to promote hair follicle growth and thicken existing hair.
Is PRP for hair loss effective?
Many people experience increased hair thickness and regrowth, but results can vary from person to person.
Is PRP a surgical procedure for hair loss?
No, it’s a minimally invasive procedure involving injections, not surgery.
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