PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma. This hair loss treatment contains three steps to complete the procedure. First, we collect blood, drawn from the patient’s arm. The blood is refined in a centrifuge, which splits the platelets. Then, the platelet-rich plasma is infused into the part of the scalp where the hair is weak or thin mixed with micro-needling the unified calp.
After constructing platelet-rich plasma from a patient’s blood sampling, that rapid fix is saturated into the spotted area. The idea is to boost the absorption of exact bio proteins or hormones, called growth factors, in a specific area to step up the curative process.
Injecting PRP with micro needling into the scalp can boost blood transfer to the follicle. It helps stimulate natural hair growth and can make the hair thicker. Some of the reasons that it’s a standard option for hair loss are that PRP can increase hair count, boost thickness, maintain the hair loss process, and give healthy, strong hair.
You’ll grow your own hair naturally. Thus, it is the most effective and secure way to regrow hair. Candidates for this treatment may include people with:
PRP injections can be impressive in evaluating male pattern baldness, both in preventing hair loss and promoting new hair growth. PRP can also be helpful in promoting hair growth after hair transplants also.