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Hair loss can be a frustrating and embarrassing condition that affects both men and women. While there are many hair loss treatments available, one of the most promising options is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at PRP hair treatment, including how it works, what to expect during and after treatment, and some before and after results.

What is PRP hair treatment?

PRP hair treatment is a non-surgical hair loss treatment that involves injecting a concentrated solution of a patient’s own platelets and growth factors into the scalp. The growth factors in the PRP solution help to stimulate hair growth and promote the healing of damaged hair follicles.

How does PRP hair treatment work?

PRP hair treatment involves three main steps:

Step 1: Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and placed into a centrifuge, which separates the plasma and platelets from the rest of the blood.

Step 2: The concentrated PRP solution is then injected into the patient’s scalp using a fine needle.

Step 3: The scalp is massaged to distribute the PRP solution evenly throughout the treatment area.

The growth factors in the PRP solution help to promote hair growth by increasing blood flow to the scalp and stimulating the production of new hair follicles. Over time, patients may notice thicker, fuller hair as a result of PRP hair treatment.

What to expect during and after PRP hair treatment

PRP hair treatment is a minimally invasive procedure that typically takes less than an hour to complete. Patients may experience mild discomfort during the injection process, but this can usually be managed with a topical anesthetic.

After PRP hair treatment, patients can typically return to their normal activities immediately. There may be some mild swelling or redness at the injection site, but this usually resolves within a few hours to a few days.

It’s important to note that while some patients may see immediate improvement in their hair growth, it can take several weeks or even months to see the full results of PRP hair treatment. Patients may require multiple treatments to achieve the desired results.

PRP hair loss treatment before and after

Many patients who have undergone PRP hair treatment have reported positive results. In before and after photos, you can see an improvement in hair thickness and density.

One study published in the Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery found that patients who underwent PRP hair treatment experienced an increase in hair density and thickness, as well as a decrease in hair shedding. Another study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology found that patients who underwent PRP hair treatment had a significant increase in hair count and thickness.

Overall, PRP hair treatment is a promising option for patients looking to improve their hair density and thickness without undergoing surgery. If you are considering PRP hair treatment, be sure to choose an experienced provider and discuss your expectations and concerns with them before undergoing treatment.


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