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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair restoration is a minimally invasive and popular procedure aimed at improving hair growth and thickness. PRP therapy for hair restoration is a procedure where a small amount of a person's blood is drawn, processed to concentrate the growth factors found in platelets, and then injected into the scalp to encourage hair growth and reduce hair loss. Multiple sessions are often needed, and the results may include improved hair thickness and quality over time.


Who is a good candidate? Who is NOT a candidate?
Good candidates for PRP hair restoration typically include individuals with mild to moderate hair loss, particularly those with androgenetic alopecia (genetic hair loss). Those with active scalp infections, significant dermatological conditions, or allergies to blood products may not be suitable.

How is the treatment done?
PRP hair restoration involves drawing a small amount of the patient's blood, processing it in a centrifuge to concentrate platelets, and then injecting this PRP directly into the scalp in the areas of hair loss using fine needles.

How long does it take to see results?
The time it takes to see noticeable results from PRP therapy for hair restoration can vary, but some individuals may begin to observe improvements in hair thickness and quality after several treatment sessions.

Why do the procedure/benefits?
The procedure is done to stimulate hair follicles, promote cell proliferation, and encourage the development of new blood vessels around hair follicles. The benefits can include improved hair growth, increased hair thickness, and a reduction in hair loss.

How long is recovery? What does it look like? (Bruising, swelling, etc.)
Recovery from PRP therapy for hair restoration is typically mild. Patients may experience minimal redness or swelling at the injection sites, but these side effects are usually temporary and subside within a few days.

How often do you have to follow up/maintenance?
PRP therapy for hair restoration often involves an initial series of sessions spaced several weeks apart, followed by maintenance sessions. The exact number and frequency of sessions depend on the individual's condition and goals. Maintenance sessions may be scheduled every few months to sustain the results over time.

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