PRP Hair Restoration
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Does PRP for hair loss work?
Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP therapy has become very popular as an effective treatment for hair loss. It works because PRP has close to five times the number of platelets found in normal blood. These platelets have a number of growth factors that when injected into the scalp stimulates hair growth by encouraging the rejuvenation of follicles and extending the growth cycle of the hair. Many patients have seen much success from PRP injections for hair loss.
What does PRP hair injections treat?
PRP injections for hair restoration is commonly used in both men and women. Patients who receive PRP therapy during the early stages of hair loss tend to see the best results. Anyone experiencing any form of hair loss is essentially a good candidate for PRP injections. Contact a medical professional to see if platelet-rich plasma injections are right for you.
What are the benefits for PRP hair restoration?
- Thinning Hair
- Bald Spots
- Hair Shedding
- Widening parts
- Receding hairline
How does PRP Hair Regrowth work?
A medical professional will use a PRP Kit to draw the patient’s blood and spin their blood in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the platelet rich plasma. Next the doctor will inject the highly concentrated platelets, which contain cytokines and other growth factors into the patient's hair follicles and hair roots. A person’s hair follicles and hair roots need to be healthy to achieve optimal hair growth. Using the patient’s own blood plasma increases the blood circulation to the hair follicles helping the growth of new healthy hair.
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How much does PRP for hair loss cost?
Many patients choose to solve their hair loss needs with PRP therapy because it is a nonsurgical less expensive option to other hair restoration treatments. PRP hair therapy can start at approximately $300 per treatment and can vary depending on the areas being covered, the number of treatments needed, the type of treatment methods and types of solutions used during treatment (PRP, AmdropTM, etc).