PRP is derived from the bloodstream and has been used to treat musculoskeletal and, more recently, skin disorders for years. PRP treatments, often referred to as “vampire” treatments, may help enhance the texture and look of the skin when injected into the skin or used in conjunction with micro-needling (a method that utilizes small needles to produce minute skin incisions). PRP has recently gained prominence as a possible treatment option for one of dermatology’s most difficult problems: hair loss. Typically, doctors use this procedure to prevent hair loss caused by androgenetic alopecia, a common disorder in which hair follicles shrink.
This is also referred to as male pattern baldness in men. PRP is not a cure for hair loss-related disorders. For this reason, a patient would need to undergo several PRP treatments over time in order to sustain hair growth benefits. The frequency with which a doctor recommends PRP will vary based on the patient’s health and the result of their initial therapy. Once hair loss is under control, the doctor may recommend maintenance sessions every 3–6 months
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy for hair loss is a three-step medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp. This process may potentially aid in the fight against hair loss in men and women, particularly when combined with other hair loss procedures. PRP therapy begins with the collection of 30 milliliters of the patient’s blood, which takes around twenty minutes to complete.
Dr. Shaista Lodhi the Aesthetic provides the best services of hair PRP in Karachi, Lahore Pakistan. PRP is a natural, non-surgical, and innovative method of choice for quality hair restoration. It is the therapeutic option for patients who require stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions.