Although hair transplantation is the definite solution to hair loss, people try to find more easy ways to treat hair loss. PRP therapy is one of them. PRP is an acronym for platelet-rich plasma. It is a three-step medical therapy for hair loss. In this article, we’ll examine that PRP hair restoration as a hair loss treatment.
What is PRP Hair Restoration?
PRP–platelet-rich plasma is a hair restoration procedure used in hair loss treatment. It is a three-step procedure that consists of the drawn step, process step, and inject step. In PRP hair restoration, your blood is drawn from your arm, and your blood is put into a centrifuge, then injected into your scalp. Although it’s not been enough research to prove it is an effective way to treat hair loss, some medical community believe that it is useful to stimulate natural hair growth.
As we mentioned above PRP therapy is a three-step process.
- In the first step, your blood is drawn from your body–usually from your arm– and put into a machine a centrifuge that turns rapidly to separate fluids of different densities in your blood called.
- In the second step, the blood taken from the centrifuge will be divided into three separate layers.
- red blood cells
- platelet-poor plasma
- platelet-rich plasma
- In the third step, platelet-rich plasma is drawn from these three layers into a syringe and injected into your scalp.
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