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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE: PRP FOR HAIR LOSS

 

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is an autologous treatment that can deliver good results when it comes to new hair growth. However, tackling hair loss is difficult and it takes time, consistency, and patience. This said we have seen great results with PRP on a large number of patients both women and men at our clinic on Harley Street.

 

Are you suffering from hair loss, hair thinning, or receding hairline? Are you looking for a natural treatment that can help reverse your condition? Have you heard of PRP and want to learn more? If so, continue reading for our ultimate guide on PRP.

Are you looking for PRP hair in London, UK?

PRP hair treatment can be the solution you are looking for if you suffer from hair loss. This autologous treatment can help with receding hairline, hair thinning, and even hair loss.

 

Let’s be clear, hair loss is widespread and affects both men and women therefore do not suffer alone. Even if hair loss is not a life-threatening medical condition, it, however, impacts people emotionally and can be very distressing. The truth is that there is no miracle cure unfortunately but there are some possible solutions and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is one to consider.

Different Causes of hair loss

 

The fact is that excessive hair fall can be related to many reasons such as:

  •  Stress,
  • Ageing,
  • Illness,
  • Poor diet,
  • Hormonal imbalance,
  • Medications,
  • Traumatic events, and other causes.

 

Therefore, it is crucial to identify the root cause of your hair loss and evaluate the possible treatments to tackle your condition. Do not waste time if you are experiencing excessive hair loss so we can look at reversing it.  At Nar London, we like regenerative approaches such as PRP and we have helped many patients with their hair loss issues. This said, is PRP the treatment you are desperately looking for? Is it right for you?

HOW PRP CAN HELP WITH HAIR LOSS?

Let’s face it,  most people love having hair and the unusual loss of hair is not something we welcome. Actually, it is an episode that can be deeply traumatic, and stressful, especially for Women. And so, many people are interested in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) as it has been very successful for many people across the World.

 

In fact, PRP is derived from your own blood and has many benefits. The procedure is popular to help treat some sports-related injuries, skin rejuvenation (vampire facial), and also for hair growth. Now, let’s dive into learning more about platelet-Rich Plasma!

Understanding Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection is being used for both female & male -pattern hair loss. It can help thicken up existing hair and stimulate the growth of new hair follicles.

 

The Process

As with most procedures, there is a careful process for PRP hair regrowth treatment:

  1. Firstly, we draw a standard amount of blood from the patient;
  2. We put the PRP tube of blood in a centrifuge and spin it to separate out the red blood cells from the plasma;
  3. The plasma is rich in platelets that contain valuable growth factors;
  4. Then, we draw up the platelets and inject them into the scalp at the level of the hair follicles;
  5. Ultimately, PRP helps stimulate hair follicles and can generate new hair growth. In addition, it can strengthen existing hair follicles.

 

Nota Bene

As hair loss can be very emotionally distressing, we need to state that PRP hair treatment is not a miracle cure. Rather, PRP can help stimulate dormant and existing follicles. Furthermore, this procedure can help thicken the hair and potentially decrease the amount of hair that is lost over time.

Components of Platelet-Rich Plasma

Did you know that human blood contains four main components? Here below are what our blood contains:

  • Red blood cells,
  • White blood cells,
  • Plasma,
  • Platelets.

 

In short, the plasma is responsible for transport, and our platelets help in the clotting of blood. Furthermore, platelets possess a rich amount of growth factors essential for healing and regeneration. In our case, platelets help stimulate dormant hair follicles, energise existing ones and hence promote new hair growth. By injecting the platelets into the scalp, they help stimulate dermal papilla cells, which play an important role in hair follicle growth. Moreover,  platelets and other growth factors promote healing within the scalp area. In turn, the process regenerates dormant and existing hair follicles.

 

In summary, PRP stimulates dormant hair follicles and encourages the regeneration of new hair follicles and your existing hair will look healthier.

What results can I expect with PRP?

Let’s be clear any procedure results can vary from person to person, and tackling hair loss issues is not easy and takes time.  Furthermore, we extract PRP from your own blood and therefore it also depends on the quality of your platelets and growth factors.

 

This said, usually we see positive within three months post-PRP treatment.  Many of our patients notice a decrease in the amount of shedding hair and within six months of PRP injections, the hair tends to be healthier and feel thicker.

 

For optimal results consistency is crucial and overnight impact should not be expected. We typically recommend having PRP once a month for the first 3 to 4 months, and every 3 to 6 months thereafter. Needless to say that it also depends on the patient’s response and overall results.

 

For many, PRP treatment is a non-surgical way to help with thinning hair issues and encourage new hair growth. This treatment is suitable for both men and women. Now, since becoming more informed on the PRP treatment procedure, you might consider it as an option closer to the top of your list.

How long does the procedure take?

PRP injection therapy is usually around 45 minutes to one hour and is very safe. Such a procedure comes with no downtime. Most of our patients combine PRP with mesotherapy to enhance the positive outcome. Usually, the procedure of PRP + Mesotherapy takes about one hour.

Can I combine PRP with Mesotherapy?

Yes, you can. Most patients choose to combine PRP  with mesotherapy in order to achieve the best outcome.

 

Mesotherapy helps nourish existing hair follicles with a mixture of plant extracts, vitamins,  minerals, amino acid and other bioactive substances mixtures. This treatment helps nourish the hair follicles and works very well with PRP.

Benefits of Hair Mesotherapy:

  • Nourishes hair follicles with beneficial nutrients;
  • Adds volume by stimulating hair follicles;
  • Reduces excessive and rapid shedding of hair;
  • Encourages follicles to move to the anagen phase (growing stage);
  • Helps neutralize the excess of DHT;
  • Stimulates blood circulation.

We recommend having PRP + Mesotherapy for those looking to get the optimal effect

How many sessions should I have?

The number of sessions to have will depend on each individual and the stage of the hair loss condition. To get the best result, we recommend at least 3 sessions with our expert hair loss therapist

Any downtime with PRP?

As with any procedure, there can be side effects but in the case of PRP hair loss treatments, this is very limited. The reason is that we obtain PRP from the patient’s own blood. Consequently, the risk of allergy, infection or bad reaction is extremely low and hence this is a safe procedure.

 

Though, some people may experience slight pain or discomfort in the treated areas post-injection. This can be treated with some painkiller if needed. In most cases, there is virtually no downtime and a comfortable experience. In particular, as we use the U225 “mesogun” that is quite painless.

 

Why have PRP after a Hair Transplant?

The benefits of using PRP after hair transplantation focus on three functional applications:

  • Maintain and increase the viability of hair follicles after hair transplantation;
  • Promote and enhance repairing of tissue and healing process after hair transplantation;
  • Stimulate inactive or dormant hair follicles and hence resulting in new hair growth;

Post-treatment advice

To avoid any infection. This can be reduced by keeping the area clean, touching it as little as possible, and resting for the first few hours after the process is completed. See a doctor if any signs of infection appear, which can include the area feeling hot or sore, redness, fever, chills, or sweats. Also, seek emergency help if an allergic reaction is suspected. This mentioned no such case has ever been reported to us.

Where to have PRP hair loss treatment in London, UK?

If you are looking for PRP hair growth treatment then NAR LONDON can help. We have extensive experience in this procedure and have helped a very large number of patients successfully. PRP is quite fast and with no downtime in comparison to other hair restoration procedures. In fact, the end results can be quite remarkable and can make a positive difference.

 

PRP in London: We offer free hair loss consultation alternatively you can book your PRP treatment directly online

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