PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma is a revolutionary new treatment that stimulates dormant hair follicles back into active growth. PRP is 100% natural and delivers safe and effective growth and hair restoration without the need for chemicals, drugs, or surgery. Restore your hair’s fullness with PRP treatments.
PRP is an exciting new treatment for the approximate 50 million American men and 30 million women that have male/female pattern baldness. As PRP contains essential proteins and growth factors, when injected in the scalp, it stimulates natural hair growth, and can restore fullness to thinning areas. After blood is drawn and spun in a centrifuge, it is injected into the areas of thinning hair to strengthen and stimulate the hair follicles.
Hair loss is experienced individually and individual results vary. This is because there are several genetic factors associated with hair loss. Some people start losing hair early in their late teens experiencing rapid hair loss, while others may not start until their thirties and see decades of slow hair loss. Everyone responds to PRP therapy differently and your doctor will help evaluate your treatment options.
Advantages of PRP Therapy:
Stimulates Natural Hair Growth
Thickens Existing Hair
Quick recovery period
Counteracts baldness and further hair loss
Procedure is completed within approximately 30 minutes
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a relatively new treatment for pain management and continues to be supported by new clinical research in orthopedic and sports medicine. The treatment involves taking a sample of the patients own blood and then extracting the platelets from the other components of the blood. Once the platelets are extracted and concentrated, they then can be injected back into the patient at their site of injury or pain.
These areas are low in vascularity and thus do not receive much blood flow making them heal slowly. The PRP injection increases the local vascularity and also stimulates an immune and healing response in the body. The immune system takes away damaged cells and depris, which primes the area for a new healing response. The PRP then attracts growth factors including: platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), transforming growth factor (TGF), platelet-derived epidermal growth factor (PDEGF), platelet-derived angiogenesis factor (PDAF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) into the area primed for healing. The new localized growth factors then create a healing cascade which often aids in restoring function and relieving pain.
Regenerates Ligaments, Tendons, Cartilage, and Connective Tissue