PRP For Hair Loss

What is PRP?
PRP (Platelet Rich PLASMA) is rich side of bloodin terms of platelets (thrombocytes).

What does platelets do?
Platelets are involved in clotting mechanism, started repairing the damaged tissue, blood component that contains growth factors that are important role in the wound healing process.

How to prepare the PRP?
PRP small amount of blood from the person is obtained by passing a special process. Again it is given to person, by different techniques such as napping, intradermal injection.

How to apply PRP?
After PRP prepared can be given as thin and small dots into the skin with small needles or to the lengthwise collapse. The time applied to the scalp for hair loss, again made implementation in the form of mesotherapy.

What is the point at PRP?
To leave the growth factors within the platelet more than the amount that reaches the tissues through the blood to the implementation area.

Prp is applicable to which area?
PRP in certain orthopedic diseases in dental implants are used for speeding up the healing process of wound healing wounds.

PRP for aesthetic use
PRP is used for the continuation of the existing state of well-being, skin rejuvenation, the elimination of fine wrinkles, acne (acne) track in the treatment of wound healing and scar. In follicular hair loss protect existing, it is used to stop hair loss. In hair loss used for maintain the existing follicles and stop hair loss.

What is the effect of PRP implementation for hair loss?
After determining the cause of the hair loss and the evaluation of person for the diagnosis of hair loss treatment plan is made. Applicable to support systemic treatment in androgenetic alopecia (hair loss hormone-dependent), the seasonal loss, in all other cases. PRP extend the survival of skin cells by activate the signal transduction pathways, stimulates production phase in the hair cycle and increases the vascular network around the hair follicles.

PRP is nor applicable to who?
PRP is not applied in disorder characterized by thrombocytopenia, the blood-thinning therapy, the presence of chronic infection, the presence of active infection process areas, the collagen tissue disease, presence of cancer, pregnancy and lactation.