Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, otherwise known as PRP, is an all-natural means of rejuvenating the skin from wrinkles, textural imbalances, and more. PRP is created within a small sample of your own blood.
How does PRP work?
A small amount of blood is drawn from the individual into a sterile tube in exactly the same manner as a standard blood sample. The tube containing the blood is placed into a centrifuge and spun to separate the plasma and platelets from the other blood components. After a few minutes, the plasma and concentrated platelets are removed from the sample tube and re-introduced to the individual in the desired areas.
What parts of the body can be treated?
Areas commonly treated include:
- hands and arms
- stretch marks
Because the platelets are produced from the individual’s own, blood there is no risk of rejection or disease transmission. Research and clinical data show PRP is very safe with minimal risk of adverse reactions or complications. Improvement of skin texture and tone are noticeable within 3 weeks. Full collagen regeneration takes up to 3 months.
Platelet-rich plasma therapy for hair fall procedure
The PRP hair regrowth treatment is highly effective for Hair Thinning, Hair Fall, and the Widening of the parting. The whole procedure takes about 30-40 minutes to complete and you can go home almost immediately. Three sessions of PRP, hair fall
The highly concentrated platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the scalp using a very fine needle about half an inch apart. The patient can drive home after the procedure.
How many sessions of PRP hair growth treatment do you need?
The PRP sessions are usually placed about 1 month apart for 6-8 sessions and then regular annual or six months booster treatments are needed to maintain the hair regrowth. When administered effectively by a specialist, PRP treatment for hair loss can restore hair loss and treat hair follicles without any discomfort.