PRP for Alopecia
PRP for Alopecia
Are you looking for a solution for hair loss? A therapy that promotes healing of injured joints can help restore hair loss. About 50 million Americans and 30 million women suffer from male or female pattern baldness. This can start early in life, but it happens much more frequently after the age of 50 when more than 50% of men experience any hair loss. However, the emerging therapy, Platelet-rich Plasma therapy (PRP), appears to help regenerate lost hair.
Facts about PRP treatment
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been shown to be very useful in some patients and with androgenetic alopecia to improve hair growth and density and reduce hair loss. Treatment with platelet-rich plasma or "PRP" has been around since the 1990s, but more and more find application in various parts of medicine. PRP treatment for hair loss is becoming more popular and current evidence suggests that it helps 50-70% of patients with genetic hair loss. Hair transplant surgeons are increasingly interested in the use of PRP during operations.
PRP consists of obtaining the blood of a patient and isolating a blood cell component containing platelets, and nutrient-rich platelets around said platelet-rich plasma. It is this platelet-rich plasma that can stimulate hair growth in some patients. Moreover, PRP contains more than 20 different growth factors.
Choosing the right clinic
Platelet-rich plasma or PRP is an incredibly advanced treatment for hair loss. Choosing PRP experts for your treatment is important. In this procedure, their blood flows from the body and is processed in a centrifuge to separate the plasma from the rest of the blood. Then we inject Plasma-rich plasma or PRP into the scalp after a particular process. Our staff received professional training for PRP injection, and we use the best PRP kit made by Regen lab for best results.
How is it effective for Alopecia?
The PRP hair treatment is useful for those who have not developed bald patches and whose hair roots are still alive and regenerates hair roots. Some PRP growth factors are thought to promote hair growth to make them stronger and denser again. If you have lost the shine of your hair and are tired of using many alternative treatments, you can use it once to see the miraculous effects. If the roots of your hair survive on your scalp, the PRP is a valuable aid for your difficult conditions.
How does PRP work?
Doctors began using PRP treatment ten years ago to speed up the healing process of damaged joints after an injury or surgery. For the treatment, a physician draws your blood and rotates it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets and the plasma. We then inject plasma, which helps restore blood vessels, promotes cell growth and wound healing, and stimulates collagen production. Physicians began using PRP in dermatology after researchers discovered that high levels of platelets in plasma cells helped promote hair growth by extending the growth phase of the hair cycle.
Physicians inject plasma into the scalp where hair loss has happened. They usually give injections every month for three months and then distribute them about three to four months later. The timing of the injection depends on your genetics, the type and amount of hair loss, your age, and hormones.
Benefits of PRP
PRP is extremely beneficial for all men and women who suffer from severe hair loss. Also, PRP therapy promotes the healing process by improving the hair growth cycle. Platelet-rich plasma is a non-surgical process with no side effects. Treatment also requires a much shorter treatment period than other forms of treatment. It takes an average of an hour to two for the entire process. We do the procedure in a sterial low-risk environment that does not require downtime, which means that you can see your doctor (or injection certified pharmacists) at lunchtime and return to work immediately after treatment. It does not require an extended stay in the hospital or anesthesia. Several visits are not necessary for PRP treatment. Generally, three injections are given over a six-month to one year period. Patients often find relief after only two injections and each injection lasts three weeks. This will reduce any requirement for problematic follow-up visits to your doctor (or injection certified pharmacists).
Plasma-rich Platelet therapy is a nonsurgical option, which means that the risk is extremely low. PRP treatment has very few side effects compared to other forms of treatment. The most common are bruises at the injection site that disappear after a few days. There are no serious side effects because it is a non-surgical procedure and because of the treatment use patient's cells.
Cost of the PRP treatment for Alopecia
The kit of 20 ml of PRP is 800 including the using for the microinjection gun
PRP therapy is for everyone present. Although it is primarily a treatment for musculoskeletal problems, as it has a vast ray of indications, including skin problems and even aging. We also use PRP treatment to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and even acne with reasonable results. PRP therapy is a method that is worth trying before deciding on an operation. Most patients recover PRP treatment with consistent results after a few rounds. However, consider treatment with PRP therapy for hair loss as a last resort before switching to surgery as a last resort.