Losing your hair is something you hope would never happen as you age, but not everyone is that lucky.
Some people disguise thinning hair by wearing hats or wigs, especially in public. Fortunately, hair restoration is known to reverse the conditions of hair loss. It helps people feel young and it boosts their confidence as well.
Eterna M.D. offers an effective and permanent solution for hair loss for both men and women by using platelet-rich plasma to regenerate hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. It is a state-of-the-art, non-surgical, natural, alternative medical procedure used for the treatment of hair loss or hair thinning.
Who Can Benefit from Hair Restoration?
People with hair loss may be embarrassed in social situations, especially around younger people without hair loss. Hair restoration is a good option to improve your self-esteem, self-confidence, and your overall quality of life.
Here are some conditions where you can benefit from hair restoration.
- Androgenic alopecia (male or female patterned baldness)
- Presence of one or more bald circles on the scalp
- Traction alopecia caused by pulling at hair follicles
- Hair loss all over the head or on the entire body
- Hair loss that causes scars
- Diffuse thinning of the scalp that is due to hormonal imbalances or high levels of stress
PRP for Hair Restoration FAQs
Can PRP regrow hair?
PRP can help to regrow hair for the right candidates. In order for PRP treatment to be effective, you must still have active hair follicles in the treatment area despite some thinning or early balding.
Is PRP hair treatment worth it?
PRP can effectively help patients grow thicker, healthier hair and prevent balding.
How long does it take for PRP to work on hair?
For most patients, PRP hair rejuvenation results are first noticeable about four to six weeks after their treatment.
What is the success rate of PRP injections?
Some researchers have found that after PRP injections, patients can regrow about 30-40% of the hair that they lost.
Is PRP for hair loss permanent?
Most patients who receive PRP injections for hair loss will require maintenance or touch-up treatments once a year.
Who is a good candidate for PRP hair treatment?
Good candidates for PRP hair restoration are those who are seeing the beginning signs of hair loss. With prompt treatment, PRP can help reverse hair thinning over time.
How do I prepare for PRP hair treatment?
Our team will provide a detailed list of instructions to follow prior to your treatment, including instructions on washing, eating, and taking medications.
Which is better PRP or hair transplant?
PRP and hair transplants are best for different stages of hair loss. While PRP can help reverse initial hair thinning, hair transplants can be effective for more substantial hair loss.
Is PRP better than minoxidil?
PRP and minoxidil are often used at the same time for a more complete hair restoration therapy.
How many PRP sessions should I take for hair loss?
This depends on your rate of hair loss. For most patients, an initial package of treatments with routine, yearly touch-up treatments can achieve good results.
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) Therapy for Hair Support
This is a three-step medical treatment or more depending on the patient, in which the patient’s blood is drawn, processed, and then the platelet-rich plasma is injected into the scalp. Sometimes this approach is combined with our other hair loss procedure called Neograft depending on the severity of the case.