PRP Hair Restoration 

Thicker fuller hair can be yours with - PRP Hair Restoration

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a promising, non surgical option for both men and women who have hair loss.  It has been used in skin and wound therapy for over two decades.  More recently, PRP has found its way into sports medicine, cosmetic surgery and orthopedics. 

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Now medical research supports PRP’s use as an alternative intervention to slow down hair loss and even promote new growth of hair. 

Blood is drawn from the patients arm, spun in an FDA-cleared centrifuge, where PRP is isolated in a concentrated form.  PRP is a component of blood that has healing and growth factors.  When injected into an anesthetized part of the scalp, it can promote hair follicles to grow.  Typically, patients will notice new hair or thicker, existing hair in 3-6 weeks following the treatment.  Depending on the size of the area of loss, the patient and physician will discuss expected number of treatments and realistic outcomes.  The procedure does not replace hair transplantation, but may help delay its need, as new modalities come to market.  Larger clinical studies are pending but current medical literature exists which contains numerous optimistic results.  We cannot make claims of efficacy for all patients.  We will help patients optimize a plan.  Since PRP is your own blood, there are no allergic reactions expected from its use.  .

Also ask us about the use of ACell along with the PRP.  This material  has been used in wound care for nearly a decade.  It has been found to act as a matrix to attract the PRP to the hair follicle, which aids in additional promotion of growth.

J Cutan Aesthet Surg. 2014 Oct-Dec;7(4):213-9. doi: 10.4103/0974-2077.150743.
Study of platelet-rich plasma injections in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia through a one year period   Gkini, MA

J Cutan Aesthet Surg. 2014 Apr;7(2):107-10. doi: 10.4103/0974-2077.138352.
Platelet-rich plasma in androgenic alopecia: myth or an effective tool  Khatu, SS