PRP® Hair Restoration is a non-surgical, safe and effective hair loss treatment that prevents hair loss and promotes healthy hair growth. The goal of the treatment is to help you achieve thicker, lusher, and more voluminous hair. PRP for hair loss is a three-step medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp.
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections help thicken thinning hair and is an excellent alternative to hair transplant. People can expect to see thick, natural-looking hair in approximately six months. PRP hair therapy is ideal for people:
PRP hair therapy is a three-step medical treatment that requires three treatments 4–6 weeks apart. Maintenance treatments are required every 4–6 months.
Our medical professional will draw your blood from your arm and put it into a centrifuge (a machine that spins rapidly to separate fluids of different densities).
After about 10 minutes in the centrifuge, your blood will have separated into in three layers:
The platelet-rich plasma is drawn up into a syringe and then injected into areas of the scalp that require increased hair growth.
If you're like most people, you probably want your PRP hair growth treatment to work as effectively as possible. Here are a few PRP post-care treatment tips to keep in mind:
Your medical provider will determine during your consultation, whether you are a right candidate for PRP. They will conduct a comprehensive review of your medical history and current symptoms.
The treatment can take anywhere between 60 minutes to 90 minutes, depending on the number of areas being treated.
A PRP treatment stimulates a healing response and might initially cause inflammation and discomfort.
You will be advised to avoid anti-inflammatory medications for at least six weeks after the treatment, to avoid interference with the natural healing process.
Although there is a very small risk of clotting, PRP injections are deemed to be safe, and most patients undergo these procedures with no complications.
How Long Does PRP Last?