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PRP Hair Restoration Therapy

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What is it?

PRP hair restoration, or Platelet-Rich Plasma for hair restoration, is a non-surgical medical procedure aimed at promoting hair growth and improving the overall health and appearance of hair. It involves the use of a patient’s own blood, specifically the plasma component, to stimulate hair follicles and encourage the growth of new hair. 

How does it interact with skin?

Once the PRP is prepared, it is injected directly into the patient’s scalp in the areas where hair thinning or hair loss has occurred. The injections are typically performed with a fine needle, and the PRP is distributed across the targeted areas. The growth factors within the PRP solution stimulate the hair follicles, encouraging them to become more active. This can lead to hair follicles producing thicker, healthier hair, and it may even reactivate dormant hair follicles.

What’s the downtime?

After the PRP injections, you may experience some mild to moderate discomfort at the injection sites. This discomfort is usually brief and can often be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers if needed. Your healthcare provider may advise you to avoid washing your hair for the first 24 to 48 hours after the procedure to allow the PRP to take effect. After that, you can typically resume your regular hair care routine. Avoid strenuous activity for 24 to 48 hours post treatment.

How many treatments are needed?

  1. PRP hair restoration often involves a series of 3-4 treatment sessions spaced 4 weeks apart. Each patient’s desired outcome will affect how many treatments they need.

Treatment Cost


depending on how much PRP is required.





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