PRP Hair Loss Treatment helps you to cure thinning hair, baldness and Alopecia.
Let us first understand the ways which can prevent and treat excessive hair loss
in addition to triggering permanent natural hair growth.
What is hair loss?
Hair fall and baldness arise due to multiple factors:
The PRP treatment for hair fall, baldness and hair regrowth is one-of-a kind procedure that has become a blessing for people suffering hair loss.
PRP at POSH MEDICAL is a hair growth treatment that is non-surgical in nature using a concentrated form of your own blood, where platelets are rich in bioactive proteins. These platelets are then separated from the rest of your blood by using a centrifuge machine. Then PRP is activated and injected into problem areas of your scalp with a tiny needle. Also known as the Platelet Rich Plasma treatment, it enables re-growth and restoration of hair effectively and naturally.
PRP is effective in enhancing hair re-growth in stubborn parts specially hairline and crown areas. Excessive hair loss and thinning hair due to genetic factors or patterned baldness are successfully treated by PRP therapy.
Platelet-rich plasma is infused in areas of hair loss that act as a powerhouse for hair regrowth. Once the PRP injection is given the activated platelets secrete an initial burst of growth factors that stimulates new blood vessels.
PRP Therapy gives you natural hair regrowth – PRP injections have come out as the most successful treatment for natural hair regrowth. Platelets are drawn from your arm and injected into the scalp areas where hair fall is maximum. These platelets are then delivered right at the hair root which is in the miniaturization phase.
Hair follicles get repaired and growth factors are resulted, which divide and thicken the tiny hair strands.
Before & After
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is a nonsurgical hair-loss treatment during which platelets extracted from your own blood are injected into areas of your scalp with thinning hair. While PRP is not yet FDA-approved for hair loss, the research done so far finds PRP to be effective for both age-related hair loss and alopecia areata, a disease that causes hair loss in young and otherwise healthy people. It’s considered a safe, relatively inexpensive, and less invasive alternative to surgery, and the doctors who perform it say it can stimulate the follicles and slow down the rate of hair loss. In some cases, it can regrow hair.
Platelets in your blood play a role in clotting and healing. They are the cells that contain the cell signaling agents that quarterback, or orchestrate, the human body’s tissue rejuvenation and healing systems. Plasma is the liquid in blood that carries the platelets, along with red blood cells and white blood cells. During a PRP procedure, the doctor separates platelets from your blood and processes them to concentrate the growth factors. Once injected into your scalp, PRP increases blood flow to the hair follicles, stimulates the growth of new follicles, and lengthens the anagen (active) phase of the hair cycle to promote hair growth.
“It stimulates the dormant hair follicles to grow. Studies suggest that you get an increased number of hair follicles and increased thickness in the hair shaft.”
- PRP is nonsurgical, with no downtime or significant safety risks. The entire procedure takes only about 30 minutes.
- A 2019 review of studies finds that overall, both men and women have positive results in terms of increased hair thickness and regrowth.
- This treatment costs significantly less than hair transplant surgery, because it’s a non-surgical treatment, and is not guaranteed to grow new hair, unlike hair transplant surgery.
- People have found the procedure to be virtually painless and saw significant improvements in hair thickness and fullness.
- Results are temporary. You’ll need up to six treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart, to start and repeated treatments every few months afterward.
- How much improvement you see with PRP will depend on factors like the amount and spacing of your hair loss and how recently the hair loss started. The sooner PRP can be administered after the discovery of hair loss the better. People with large areas of baldness and long-standing baldness likely won’t get good results in terms of hair regrowth, but the treatment can still be useful in patients like this to stop future hair loss.
- It’s important to remember that there is no cure for hair loss, and so PRP will not work for 100% of patients.
PRP injections are nonsurgical and present no significant safety risks. The most common side effects are mild pain, redness, and pinpoint bleeding during the injections. You might also have some discomfort or minor swelling for a few days.
Hair restoration as a result of PRP injections will depend a lot on your gender, your age, your genes, your hormones, and other factors, including the amount of hair you had to begin with. “You do have to have some hair, if somebody has a huge bald spot, it’s not going to work.”
Adopting a healthier lifestyle will increase your chance of success. Eat a balanced diet and stop smoking and using other nicotine products, which disrupt the blood supply your hair needs to grow.
You’ll need repeated injections to see results. The exact number will depend on factors like the amount and pattern of hair loss and your age. Typically, you’ll start with one injection every four to six weeks, for three to six treatments months. Then you’ll space them out to once every three to four months, for up to two years.
You will find out the details of cost and program designed for you with your no charge personal assessment during your consultation.