There are no health risks associated with hair fall, but it can be a major blow to your aesthetic appearance if not stopped timely. Active hair loss can lead to pattern baldness or complete baldness, which lowers your self-esteem. Nobody likes losing their precious natural hair and keeps on trying all the possible solutions. PRP therapy is one of the non-surgical treatments that improve the hair’s health & volume. Moreover, it helps stop hair loss, but the results of PRP therapy for hair loss are temporary.

This blog post explains how PRP improves hair growth and how long its effects last.

What is PRP?

Human blood has been a subject of research for a long time. It is made of red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets. Naturally, platelets are found in a small quantity in blood. The blood is drawn from the patient’s body and centrifuged to obtain platelet-rich plasma. Centrifugation separates the platelets from the blood, which are then put into the plasma of blood. Platelets are known to have hundreds of growth factors that facilitate healing.

As a result, you get a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein. Different research studies have highlighted that platelet-rich plasma contains healing and growth properties that effectively treat hair loss.

PRP for hair loss

How Does PRP Therapy Improve Hair Growth?

The platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected into your scalp at the targeted area to create new hair follicles. PRP has the power to stimulate natural hair growth by increasing the blood supply to the follicles, due to which the thickness of hair shafts increases. The whole procedure is safe, and there is no chance of the patient contracting infectious diseases.

How Long Do the Results Last?

PRP treatment typically requires three sessions to deliver the desired results, and there must be a 4 to 6 weeks gap between two sessions.

The longevity of results may vary from person to person. Normally, the effects of PRP hair treatment last from 6 to 12 months. Therefore, one maintenance session every 6 to 12 months is necessary to retain the treatment results.

Conclusion

In short, PRP therapy can promote hair growth if a suitable candidate takes the recommended number of sessions and follows the aftercare advice. It is a popular non-surgical alternative to hair transplant that people are now using to combat hair loss. However, you should be an ideal candidate for the procedure; otherwise, you might not get the desired results. Therefore, you should consult with an experienced dermatologist to know whether you are a suitable candidate for PRP therapy or not.

For this purpose, you can book a short consultation with our dermatologists that will help you learn more about PRP therapy. How many sessions do you need, and how long will the results last for you? You will get answers to all such questions in a consultation session. So, contact us now, book an appointment, and visit our clinic to get more details.