PRP- Platelet Rich Plasma-Imagine regenerating your body with your own chemistry and cells.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an advanced treatment physicians have used to help repair damaged or injured tissues in your body. This minimally invasive procedure helps initiate your system’s regenerative process by utilizing the growth factors that platelets are known to contain.
PRP therapy is autologous, meaning it is derived from the patient, therefore carries no risk of rejection or allergic reaction. The result of the treatment is the natural stimulation of growth factors moving towards the treated area. There are no known side effects of PRP, although you may occasionally experience minor swelling or pain near the injection sites for a short period of time.
As a stand-alone treatment, PRP has been shown to help people with male and female pattern hair loss and with alopecia areata to:
- Decelerate hair loss
- Increase the thickness of of finer hairs to thicker, healthier hair
- Promote growth of new hair
- Increase the density and strength of hair
How Does PRP Work For Hair Restoration And Regeneration?
PRP can be used to stimulate and nourish follicles for hair growth. Highly concentrated plasma(portion of your blood without the red and white blood cells) contains platelets that release growth factors. These growth factors have been shown to generate new hair and improve the density and health of existing hair. PRP administration into the scalp is done via PureSpin PRP® treatment and via subdermal injections.
PureSpin PRP® is the fastest PRP procedure in the market. Highest volume of Purespin PRP gained with the smallest amount of blood drawn from the patient, yielding the lowest price point per ml of Purespin PRP available.
|Treatment Type||PRP Procedures|
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Hair Loss|