PRP Treatment for Hair Loss with or without Micro Needling
PRP Treatment for Hair Loss at Blissful Me Med Spa in New City, NY
Initially used to restore joints’ mobility, PRP Treatment has been gaining popularity over the past few years as an innovative way to rejuvenate facial skin to remove wrinkles or to enhance their features. PRP isn’t just being used to enhance facial features, though. In recent years, it has emerged as a potential tool for fighting hair loss. People are having their PRP for hair loss treatment in which PRP is injected into their scalps for promoting hair growth.
Here’s what you should know about PRP Treatment.
How Does Platelet-Rich Plasma – PRP Therapy for Hair Loss Work?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a newer technique which is used for skin rejuvenation, hair loss treatment and joint pains, wound healing and ligament tears.
Hair loss is very common in females as well as males. It can be a result of stress, hormonal imbalance or genetic factors.
PRP Treatment works by breakdown of platelets cells from patient’s own blood causing release of collagen activating factors. As a result of which you can see the formation of new healthier skin with lots of support tissue as collagen and elastin. It also helps stimulate the growth activity of new hair follicles and improves the health of hair which are already present. Eventually it shows an increase in hair count and hair thickness.
At Blissful Me Medspa we offer PRP alone or in addition to microneedling which improves the outcome of the procedure. The combined therapy includes drawing patient’s own blood, processing it to get only enriched cells (platelet rich plasma) remain. The plasma, rich in platelets and activating factors is microneedled directly into the scalp at the level of hair follicles for hair loss treatment.
What Is the Process of PRP Treatment for Hair Loss?
During a PRP Hair loss treatment, a technician draws blood, generally from a patient’s arm. He/she will then spin the blood in a centrifuge to separate platelets and plasma. Plasma is a substance found in the blood that contains platelets, which improve hair growth. Though it seems painful, there aren’t any serious PRP hair treatment side effects to worry about.
After extraction of plasma, doctors administer injections containing plasma, into the scalp where hair loss has occurred. PRP Injections are typically administered monthly for three months, then the span spreads out over about three or four months for up to two years. The injection schedule is dependent upon your genetics, pattern and amount of hair loss, age, and hormones.
What Are the Risks involved in administering PRP Treatment?
Overall, PRP is a safe treatment option with zero risks of allergic reaction because it is your own blood. Still, whenever a needle is placed in the body, there are some of the risks including:
- Nerve injuries
- Pain at the injection site
- Tissue damage
These risks are very rare and do not happen often. You can consult your doctor to discuss these potential risks.
Most of our patients return to their normal activities almost shortly after having a PRP Treatment for Hair Loss in New City, NY. The average time from blood-drawing to administering the injection itself is not more than an hour.
Who Can Get Benefit from PRP Treatment?
Anyone who is experiencing hair loss, is essentially a good candidate for PRP treatment for Hair Loss in NY. However, patients with early hair loss tend to respond best and get the most out of prp hair treatment benefits.
PRP has been shown to help both men and women, mainly those with androgenetic alopecia, which is known among men as male-pattern baldness and among women for leading to thin hair all over the head.
According to a PRP hair loss treatment review, with PRP treatment for hair loss, there is more hope on the Earth, for people who are experiencing hair loss. A growing volume of research also symbolizes that a procedure known as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy can provide effective treatment for hair loss. So, if you aren’t flipped out by the idea of reusing your blood for a purpose, it might be worth exploring.