PRP Hair Restoration

PRP Hair Restoration

in Boca Raton, Florida

Men and women of all ages suffer from extensive hair loss, deriving from a multitude of reasons. Thanks to technological and medicinal advancements with platelet-rich plasma, also known as PRP, patients are now able to stimulate the regrowth of hair. NuWays MD professionals in Boca Raton, Florida use PRP from your own blood and implement it in an innovative hair loss treatment.

Hair Loss Facts

  • Approximately 35 million men in the United States experience hair loss
  • Approximately 21 million women in the United States experience hair loss
  • Men experience a 40 percent hair loss rate starting at age 35
  • Women experience an 80 percent hair loss rate by age 60

These statistics represent how crucial hair restoration treatments are to men and women alike. While most people will experience hair loss as they age, some health conditions and treatments also induce hair loss.

Hair transplants and medications are often utilized to achieve hair regrowth. But thanks to regenerative technology like platelet-rich plasma, medical professionals can use a patient’s own blood to stimulate hair regrowth.  This makes platelet-rich plasma treatments safe, effective, and innovative for hair loss, regardless of the condition.

What is PRP Hair Restoration?

A patient’s blood is centrifuged to obtain the PRP concentrate. PRP hair restoration involves this compound being taken from a patient’s blood and injected into sites where hair loss is prevalent. PRP hair restoration is an innovative and effective way to revive the hair growth process and reverse hair loss.

Hair transplants and medications are often utilized to achieve hair regrowth. But thanks to regenerative technology like platelet-rich plasma, medical professionals can use a patient’s own blood to stimulate hair regrowth.  This makes platelet-rich plasma treatments safe, effective, and innovative for hair loss, regardless of the condition.

The NuWays MD Procedure

A physician at NuWays MD in Boca Raton trained to perform PRP hair restoration will treat targeted sites on the scalp with lidocaine, a local anesthetic, before beginning the injection process. A small needle is used to inject PRP into the targeted areas before the area is massaged. This is done to help evenly distribute the PRP under the skin.

Depending on the treatment, a micro-needling procedure and topical PRP might follow the injections. For best results, many patients attend two to three treatments after the first one, with two to three months’ in between treatments.

Why Platelets?

In the human body, platelets, also known as thrombocytes, respond to a blood vessel injury through clotting to stop bleeding. Platelets possess more than 1500 growth factors that stimulate tissue repair.

These biochemical features that contribute to healing play a pivotal role in tissue regeneration. Platelets stimulate many of the fundamental processes involved with healing including proliferation, cellular migration, and angiogenesis. Platelet-rich plasma is also used to treat other conditions such as orthopedic injuries like join damage and ligament injuries.

How Does It Work?

Platelet-rich plasma utilizes platelets and its regenerative properties increase blood supply to the hair follicle, which stimulates natural hair growth.

 

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