platelet-rich plasma

PRP therapy to treat hair loss

As PRP contains a full array of platelet-associated growth factors, it can be used very effectively to stimulate hair growth for both male and female hair loss.

Recent research suggests that PRP can stop and reverse hair miniaturization caused by androgenic alopecia, by waking up dormant follicular stem cells in the scalp. Enhanced hair growth and hair diameter has been shown to continue for up to four months following treatment. The use of PRP to treat hair loss is gathering momentum worldwide, with new studies regarding this application being published in reputable journals every few months. To read some of the recent research, click on the links below:

Role of PRP in the Management of Androgenetic Alopecia

The Effect of Autologous Activated Platelet Rich Plasma (AA-PRP) Injection on Pattern Hair Loss: Clinical and Histomorphometric Evaluation

Female Hair Loss

This is a tragedy for some women. A women’s hair is her “crowning glory” and to start losing it as early as their 30’s and 40’s can be quite devastating.

Often hair thinning increases after menopause. While there are medical conditions that may cause this loss, it is often genetic.


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