Hair fall invokes multiple emotions and insecurities in every individual’s mind. Am I balding? Is it permanent? What can I do to avoid it? How much hair loss is considered normal? Is there a cure or a way to stop it? These bothersome questions rise up in everyone’s mind and affect ones’ self-confidence.
An average fully grown human has about 100,000 to 150,000 hair and loses up to 100 of them daily; finding a few broken strands of hair on your hairbrush is not necessarily cause for alarm. Generally, about 90% of the hair on a person’s scalp is growing. Each follicle has its own life cycle that can be influenced by age, disease, and various other factors. This cycle is divided into three phases: growing phase, resting phase and falling phase. Anything that interferes the hair growth cycle can cause significant hair loss.
Since everyone’s genotype is unique, the reason behind every hair loss is different. The effects of fluctuating hormone levels, stress account for thinning of hair over the period of time. Other changes, such as ageing, pregnancy, illness and certain medication further increase the likelihood of continued hair loss.
But thanks to developed medical science and technology we’ve found a way to combat this as well and it goes by the name “PRP treatment.”
In this blog, we will be focusing on:
- What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy?
- PRP therapy procedure.
- Is it safe?
- The number of sessions required for PRP therapy.
PRP treatment is natural therapy that uses the healing and regenerative properties of autologous platelets that supports tissue restoration and new tissue regeneration of the area surrounding the hair shaft.
The platelet-rich plasma system uses blood drawn from the patient, is centrifuged down to a highly concentrated solution that contains proteins and anti-inflammatory agents, which is then injected directly to areas of the scalp that needs most stimulation.
Platelet-rich plasma system helps in regeneration of damaged blood vessels in the scalp, thereby restoring oxygen and protein that garner the growth of cells. It boosts hair growth and reduces rates of hair loss. Both men and women can benefit from the restorative effects of PRP treatment.
- Is it safe?
- Naturally incites hair growth.
- Increases hair volume and thickness.
- Increases survival and strengthening of existing hair
- Improves hair quality.
- Decreases hair loss.
- Overall high patient satisfaction.
- The only non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical treatment that has proven its efficiency.
- Can be used in congruence with other therapies and medications for hair loss.
For optimal results, it is recommended to receive four PRP treatments, stretched across a four-month period. For maintenance, once in 6 months, these sessions should be repeated. Consistency is important to ensure your hair follicles remain healthy along with oral and topical medications.
While everyone’s’ scalp responds to PRP therapy in different ways, patients can still expect to see these results: Reduction in hair shedding can be seen within the first three months and thicker, fuller hair by the fourth month
The effects of PRP are visible on existing hair follicles. When hair thinning starts, it’s a sign of weakened hair follicles. So it’s advisable to get started with platelet-rich plasma treatment at the very first signs of hair loss. While this procedure can still help in some cases of later-stage hair loss, it will take much longer to see noticeable results for these patients, and more treatments will be required to make a significant difference.
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