Hair Loss Treatment PRP
PRP (platelet-rich-plasma) therapy is a treatment for hair loss. It is one if the most popular non invasive hair loss treatments for men and women with a great success rate.
It is a three-step medical procedure during which a person’s blood is drawn, processed through a machine and then injected into the scalp, where the hair is thinning.
PRP injections stimulate natural hair growth which is then maintained by the increased blood supply to the hair follicle.
Platelets within blood plasma contain numerous growth factors. These growth factors produce an increased amount of collagen and stimulate dormant hair follicles, resulting in a wonderful full head of hair.
But how does a PRP hair loss treatment work?
It is a simple 3-step procedure:
1. Collect Blood
2. Separate Platelets in a Centrifuge
3. Inject PRP
The blood is collected, Platelets are separated in a centrifuge and then injected into the scalp with a very fine needle, called the invisible needle.
There is no downtime to this procedure as it doesn’t require sedation.
PRP therapy requires three treatments 4–6 weeks apart and maintenance treatments are suggested every 4–6 months.