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How Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair Loss Therapy Enhances Hair Restoration

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“Hair loss got you down? PRP hair loss therapy may regrow it.”

Are you seeking a way to stop hair loss? A treatment that promotes healing in wounded joints may be able to help you regain your hair.

Male- and female pattern baldness affects around 50 million American males and 30 million women. It can start at any age, but it becomes considerably more frequent beyond the age of 50 when more than half of males will have some form of hair loss.

PRP hair loss therapy, on the other hand, appears to help restore lost hair. PRP has almost no adverse effects, with the exception of a minor sense of pressure at the Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection site.

How Does PRP Hair Loss Therapy Work?

PRP hair loss therapy was first used by doctors approximately a decade ago to speed up the healing process in damaged joints following an accident or surgery.

Through the course of the therapy, a technician collects your blood and spins it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets and plasma. Doctors then inject the plasma, which aids in blood vessel repair, cell proliferation, wound healing, and collagen formation.

PRP was first used in dermatology when researchers discovered that high concentrations of platelets in plasma cells aid in hair development by extending the growth phase of the hair cycle.

Doctors inject plasma into the scalp to treat hair loss. Injections are normally given monthly for three months, then stretched out across three or four months for up to two years. The injection schedule will be determined by your genetics, hair loss pattern and quantity, age, and hormones.

The operation is not covered by insurance since it is cosmetic. The approximate cost of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections per session is between $500 and $1,000.

Why Is PRP Therapy Effective for Hair Restoration?

PRP treatment works, and clinical data backs up its effectiveness in reversing hair loss and fostering new hair growth. According to the research, the high quantity of platelets in PRP plasma contributes to this achievement in a variety of ways.

PRP treatment can help repair your hair by extending the growth phase of your hair cycle. This allows you to maintain your current hair for a longer period of time. Furthermore, PRP

plasma includes growth factors that encourage the formation of new hair follicles. Thinning areas will therefore have more hair growth.

Although PRP hair loss therapy is incredibly successful at reversing hair loss and improving hair restoration outcomes, it does not work overnight. It may take two to three months to see obvious benefits because it increases natural hair growth and works with your hair cycle.

Are You The Right Candidate For PRP Hair Loss Therapy?

PRP’s effectiveness is partly due to identifying the correct individuals for therapy. Many patients can benefit from PRP as it is both safe and effective. However, you should avoid PRP therapy if you fall into one of the following categories

  • If you have an underlying issue, such as thyroid disease or lupus, you are unlikely to see positive outcomes because these disorders will cause hair loss indefinitely.

If you are using blood thinners, your platelets will not perform as well, and the operation will be less successful.

PRP treatment will be more effective if your hair loss is recent. It is more difficult to “wake up” hair follicles that have been inactive for an extended period of time.

At Renew Medical, we tell individuals that we can restore their hair to the condition it was before. If their hair loss is older, they may notice some improvement, but it is unlikely to be worth their time and money.

So are you eager to know more about PRP hair treatment & restoration in Cincinnati?

Give us a call and schedule an appointment to consult our experts.