PRP for Hair Growth
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a popular new and non-surgical method for hair loss treatment and hair restoration for women and men. PRP is a great solution for both men and women, especially when hair transplant surgery is not an option. PRP injections can stimulate new hair growth in men who suffer from androgenic alopecia (known as male pattern baldness) and women who suffer from female pattern baldness. The procedure requires just a few injections into the scalp area where the hair is currently thinning.
BENEFITS OF PRP:
• Prevention of or arresting hair loss
• Revitalization and strengthening of hair follicles
• Hydration of the scalp
• Nutrition of the dermis and hair follicles
Your blood is drawn, fed into a sealed test tube, centrifuged in-house and the separated plasma is mixed with actives. This is then injected into the layers of on your scalp. Dr Reema Arora personally injects the area of treatment since injecting it to the right layer and depth is most crucial.
You will see the results after 2-3 sitting in terms of reduction in hair fall and increase in the volume of hair.
Q. What Is PRP for hair loss and how does it work?
A. PRP is an abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plasma. Platelets are rich in growth factors, thus stimulating the tissue that it is injected into.
Q. How long do the results last?
A. Depending on the number of sittings and frequency of treatment which will be decided by Dr Reema Arora at consultation, results may last up to a year.
Q. What Are The Post Treatment Care And Instruction That I Need To Know After PRP For Hair?
A. • Do not sunbathe for at least 2 days after the treatment.
• Do not undergo any other hair treatment or skin treatment for a week after a meso or PRP hair treatment. Avoid washing your hair or applying any type of hair product for at least 12 hours after the treatment.
• Do not apply any skin care products without checking with Dr Reema.
You may experience slight bruising, temporarily and some redness or bumps on the scalp. It should take a couple hours of hours to settle down. The bruising will take a week to fully fade away.