PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Hair
Alopecia (hair loss) is common among the males nowadays and it often leads to lack of self confidence or even depression in some scenario. Although alopecia affect predominantly the males, yet there is some women who face similar problem. Hair transplant can be a way out for individual who is suffering from hair loss however it usually come with a hefty price tag and total recovery take months as well. Thus, PRP hair can be a good alternative to your hair loss problem with minimal or none downtime.
Goal of Hair PRP
- provide you a full head of hair
- provide you natural and permanent hair
- increase your hair density without causing any scarring
Who is a Good Candidate for PRP Hair Therapy?
If your hair loss problem is due to hormonal imbalance or other medical conditions, it is important to have your doctor rule out other underlying causes for hair loss. You may not be a good candidate for this procedure if you are a heavy smoker, are pregnant or breastfeeding, or have a blood clotting disorder.
By injecting the PRP into one’s scalp, it will stimulate better hair growth by providing more blood supply and growth factors to the hair follicles. This will result in thickening of hair shaft after a few sessions of PRP treatment. Most of the patients who had undergone hair PRP notice lesser hair shedding even after completed the first session.
However, it is advisable to use other medications (eg: minoxidil, finasteride, etc) concurrently to get a good outcome.