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PRP Hair Restoration

Platelet rich plasma or PRP is derived from the bloodstream and has been used for years to treat musculoskeletal conditions. Recently, PRP has garnered attention as a promising solution for one of the most challenging problems in dermatology: hair loss. Platelets promote cell growth and regeneration, and are generally about 5x more concentrated in PRP than in regular blood.

What’s the connection with PRP and hair growth?

When it comes to hair loss, the theory is that platelets injected deep into the scalp reach the bottom of the hair follicle and stimulate a specialized population of cells named dermal papilla cells, which play a critical role in hair growth.


PRP can stimulate inactive follicles or newly implanted follicles to cause an active growth phase.

What can I expect during my treatment?

The process of obtaining PRP involves a blood draw and a centrifuge. To yield PRP, blood is drawn from your arm, then spun in a centrifuge to separate blood components.


After centrifuging, the platelet rich serum rises to the top and is collected. It is then injected into multiple areas of hair loss across your scalp. PRP treatments are noninvasive, unlike hair transplants.

How many treatments are needed?

The usual treatment plan involves three sessions, approximately one month apart, followed by maintenance sessions every three to six months to keep up the results.


If you’re interested in learning if you’re a good candidate for PRP hair loss treatments, book a free cosmetic consultation. 

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