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There are no health risks associated with hair fall but for most people having a full, thick head of hair is desirable. PRP therapy promotes the hair’s health & volume. This blog post explains how it improves hair growth and how long its effects last.

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How Does PRP Therapy Improve Hair Growth?

The human blood has been a subject of research for a long time. Blood is made of components such as red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets.

When white blood cells and red blood cells are extracted from the blood, the remaining liquid contains platelets and plasma. Naturally, platelets are found in a small quantity in blood.

A combination of plasma and platelets is further enriched to get platelet-rich plasma. Different research studies have highlighted that platelet-rich plasma contains healing and growth properties.

The True Life of PRP Hair Loss Treatment Results

The life of results may vary from person to person. PRP treatment normally involves 3 sessions and there must be 4 to 6 weeks distance between two consecutive sessions.

Normally, the results of PRP hair treatment can last from 6 to 12 months. Therefore, one maintenance session every 6 to 12 months can be taken to retain the treatment results.

How many sessions do you need and how long will the results last for you? You may have similar questions and one of our experts can answer your questions.

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Are You A Good Candidate For This Treatment?

In essence, PRP therapy can promote hair growth if a good candidate takes the recommended number of sessions and follows the aftercare advice.

We can tell if you are a good candidate and just a short consultation with an expert will help you learn more about it. Contact us now, book an appointment, and visit us to get more details.

 

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