PRP Hair Rejuvenation
How does it work?
- BLOOD DRAW: Patient has his/her blood drawn.
- CENTRIFUGE: Blood is spun in centrifuge to separate the PRP.
- PRP INJECTION: PRP is then injected in the area with thinning hair approximately every half inch.
- MICRO-NEEDLING: A micro-needling tool that moves up and down 8,000 times per minute is used.
What to expect:
The first result that patients generally see is a decrease in hair shedding, followed by regrowth and longer hair. Minimal recovery is needed, and for best results, multiple treatments should be considered.