What is PRP?
The part of your blood that contains platelets, which help it clot, is known as plasma. When plasma gets isolated and concentrated, PRP is formed. By injecting PRP into damaged tissues, you can stimulate your body to grow healthy new cells and stimulate a natural healing process.
How PRP for Hair Loss Works
During a PRP for hair loss treatment, blood is drawn from your arm. It’s then placed into a centrifuge so that your red blood cells can separate from plasma. This process allows them to become further concentrated, allowing higher amounts of platelets.
Once the PRP is isolated and concentrated, one of our dermatologists will inject it into the thinning area of your scalp. The PRP will stimulate hair growth from dormant or smaller follicles so that existing hair can thicken and new hairs can grow.