What is PRP therapy?
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is an injectable treatment where the patient’s own blood is injected into different areas of the body in order to aid with healing.
Blood contains many small components and proteins that are very important in the healing process. The type of plasma that’s used in PRP therapy is very rich in platelets, which means a higher concentration of growth factors, making PRP very useful for hair growth.
What can PRP therapy be used for?
PRP therapy is used to treat a number of different injuries but it is increasingly being used in order to treat hair loss in both men and women.
PRP therapy for hair loss is growing in popularity thanks to the numerous benefits it provides. In addition to being a non-surgical alternative to hair transplants, it’s also a very quick and effective treatment.
What factors affect the results of PRP therapy
At this time the results of PRP therapy do vary. Some of the main factors that impact the effectiveness of PRP therapy include –
- The area being treated –
The area of the body where the blood cells are injected certainly affects how well PRP therapy works. Although there is no clinical evidence that PRP therapy is effective for hair loss, the results so fair are very promising.
- The overall health of the patient –
Because PRP therapy uses the patient’s own blood, their overall health will certainly affect the results. Patients who are non-smokers and who are not overweight will generally experience more positive results.
Are you interested in PRP therapy?
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