Before approximately a decade ago, those who experienced hair loss had to either accept it or undergo invasive surgical procedures like hair transplants. Neither choice is particularly practical in the present day. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy and other modern treatments can prevent further hair loss in its early, non-balding stages. Males and ladies in India with premature hair loss or androgenetic alopecia (pattern hair loss) have a great alternative in the non-surgical, minimally invasive hair fall treatment option available at CosmoDental Care.

In the treatment of androgenetic alopecia and non-scarring alopecia, platelet-rich plasma therapy is a simple, low-risk technique with a high patient satisfaction rate. PRP uses growth factors that help hair cells hold on to the hair better, which improves hair growth and the health of the hair as a whole.

Many people seek out quick-fix solutions to their hair loss problems because the psychological and social stigma associated with thinning hair and balding is a major motivating factor. One of the most common reasons people seek out a dermatologist or hair specialist in India today is because they are experiencing hair loss. 

Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment for Hair Loss

Hair loss can be either temporary or permanent, but fortunately, there are therapies available in India that can stop or even reverse the thinning

Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy
Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy

Blood is collected from the patient, processed to isolate the platelets from the other cells, and then injected into the balding areas of the scalp as part of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy for hair loss. Joint discomfort, torn tendons, and ligament injuries are commonly treated using PRP therapy, which has been around since the 1980s.

The hypothesis behind the success of the PRP hair growth treatment is that the increased blood flow to the scalp, thanks to the increased number of platelets containing specialized growth cells, helps heal the scalp and hair follicles. This stimulates your scalp’s natural hair-growing cycle, resulting in new hair growth.

How Effective is PRP For Hair Regrowth?

Blood plasma is a rich source of platelets, but platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a highly concentrated form of plasma that contains nearly five times as many viable platelets as whole blood. Natural proteins and growth factors found in the body are stored in platelets. PRP stimulates the scalp, skin, and hair all at once without causing any allergies or negative reactions because it is an autologous treatment.

PRP hair restoration treatment promotes healthy hair growth by strengthening the hair follicles and the roots. Nutrition is provided to the scalp by the PRP.

  • Drawing in Stem cell
  • Assisting the hair-growth process that occurs naturally
  • Boosting Hair Follicle Blood Flow
  • Reduces inflammation and promotes faster healing of the scalp.
  • Collagen production in the skin is boosted.
What Are Plasma And Platelets, And How Do They Work in PRP Therapy For Hair Regrowth?
  • Platelets

Platelets are the body’s “band-aid,”. Platelets are the first to arrive at a wound site after a cut or other injury. Their duty is to stop the bleeding and facilitate recovery. When injected into the scalp, high concentrations of platelets restore broken hair follicles quickly.

  • Plasma

Plasma is the blood’s liquid component. Blood is a suspension of water, salts, enzymes, and blood cells. In addition to removing waste from cells, it transports hormones, nutrients, and proteins to all regions of the body.

Procedure Using Platelet-Rich Plasma for Hair Loss

The PRP hair regrowth treatment is performed in the clinic or the office of a hair specialist as an outpatient operation. The entire process usually only takes around 3–4 hours, and then you’ll be free to go home. For optimal results in treating hair loss with PRP, three steps are required.

Step 1

The patient’s blood is drawn and processed to isolate its various components. This is accomplished by rapidly spinning the blood in a centrifuge.

Step 2:

The platelets are being injected after being removed. After thoroughly cleansing the scalp, a local anesthetic is administered to the affected area.

Step 3:

The platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the scalp with needles about half an inch apart, because of the high concentration of platelets in the plasma. After that, you wash your hair and tidy up the area. After surgery, the patient can return home.

How Many Sessions Do You Need For PRP Hair Growth Treatment?

Six to eight PRP sessions are usually spaced out about a month apart. After that, you need to get extra treatments every year or every six months to keep the hair growing. When done correctly by a top hair specialist in CosmoDental care, PRP treatment for hair loss can stop hair loss and heal hair cells without having to hurt the person.