WILL I NEED PRP?
One of the most innovative therapies available for hair loss is platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which uses the patient’s own blood plasma to stimulate cellular growth.
PRP contains essential growth factors to stimulate follicles and help with the regeneration process. Blood is drawn from the patient, spun in our state-of-the-art centrifuge proven to provide the highest platelet concentrations, and the PRP is injected into the scalp to stimulate hair growth.
When injected in to follicles, PRP activates platelets to regenerate cells, accelerating hair growth in an unprecedented way by providing growth factors and bio-active proteins to stimulate the regeneration of follicles.
PRP & Hair Loss
Our PRP protocol yields an optimal platelet concentration, and is processed in a particular way to get the highest amount of growth factors. Our process, in addition to our administering techniques, results in better outcomes, and fewer treatments for our patients.
U.S. Celebrity Johnjay Van Es from the Morning Show “Johnjay & Rich” is using PRP Therapy.
Micro-Needling & Growth Factors
Leading with top medical expertise, our PRP procedures implement cutting-edge methods with micro-needling and growth factors to promote hair regrowth.
Micro-needling: Using a stamp method, micro-needling activates the body’s healing response with the release of platelet derived growth factor. The idea is that the various growth factors involved in this regeneration process will stimulate further growth.
Growth Factors: human-derived growth factors or amniotic-derived allografts are used in conjunction with PRP or as an alternative to PRP in hair growth. These are used when the platelets being used are not optimal for regeneration such as medical illness, age, steroid use, or in a person who is actively smoking.
PRP contains essential proteins that accelerate natural hair growth. The treatment can also be combined with hair transplant, low-level light therapy, or medications such as Propecia and Minoxidil. PRP therapy for hair loss is a treatment that involves withdrawing a patient’s own blood, processing it so that only the enriched cells (platelet-rich plasma) remain, and injecting it into scalp.