PRP for Hair Loss
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Medicine for Hair Loss is an advanced and modern approach available for treating thinning hair and hair loss. The science behind PRP for Hair Loss is not complex.
Cellular messenger signals are helpful in reversing cell damage and promoting natural healing. These signals are capable of repairing, restoring and regenerating damaged or injured tissue.
Thinning or hair loss is a result of a decreased chemical signal from the cells to the follicles. These follicles are still capable of producing new growth, but the chemical signal has been interrupted.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is making headlines in the medical and beauty industries as of late, and for good reason. Platelet Rich Plasma is a natural medical treatment that uses a concentration of platelet cells from the patient’s own body. The platelets used have growth factors that are believed to promote natural healing and rejuvenate damaged tissue. When it comes to your scalp, PRP is a natural way to stimulate and encourage new hair growth. The growth-factor rich Platelet Rich Plasma rejuvenates the damaged hair follicle, to reawaken it and bring it back to life.
At Verdant Health, we are excited to offer PRP and all of its benefits for hair restoration for both male and female patients who are experiencing hair thinning and hair loss. The PRP used will rejuvenate the “sleeping” hair follicles to promote new growth of your own hair with a minimally invasive procedure.
During the procedure, your blood is drawn and platelets are separated from your blood. Once separated and prepared, your concentrated platelets are then injected directly into different areas of your scalp, so it can stimulate the hair follicle to promote natural regrowth. This reactivates the hair follicles ability to receive growth signals and promote hair growth.
Our PRP hair restoration treatment can also encourage your existing hair to remain and thus reduce thinning. There is minimal pain and almost no down time.
This procedure allows you to return to your normal daily routine the same day. Although the results and specifics of the procedure can vary from patient to patient, the patient will usually receive approximately 3 treatments spaced roughly 1 month apart.
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