How Does PRP Hair Restoration Work?
In PRP therapy, growth factors and other beneficial cells found in the patient’s own blood are reintroduced back into the scalp via injection to promote hair regrowth where hair has been lost or is thinning.
First, the patient’s blood is drawn. It is then put through a centrifuge system to collect the Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP is very highly concentrated blood plasma that contains a very high amount of growth factors derived from the platelets as well as bioactive proteins that all work together to help stimulate hair growth.
The PRP is then put into a syringe and injected into the areas of thinning or hair loss.
Benefits of PRP hair restoration treatments:
- Stimulate natural hair regrowth
- Decrease hair loss
- Increase hair density
- Increase hair thickness