Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) hair loss therapy is a relatively new medical treatment to prevent hair loss and induce regrowth. This treatment is approved by the FDA and recommended by the international society of hair restoration surgery. It provides a fabulous option to those who do not want to end up with a bald head without going through the painful procedure of a surgical transplant. Yes! PRP hair loss therapy provides an option against hair transplant surgery. In PRP Hair Loss Therapy, an enriched blood plasma, supplemented with numerous growth factors is injected with a microneedle into the patient’s balding scalp. A high concentration of platelets and growth proteins, act as a triggering factor to stimulate miniaturizing (thin) hair to grow into a much thicker and fuller crown.PRP Hair Loss Therapy can be used as an independent therapy to trigger hair growth in miniaturizing hair and can also be used as a lateral treatment…in combination with hair transplant surgery.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is actually a concentrated form of plasma containing all the necessary growth proteins which are vital for wound healing and promotes rapid cell growth. Application of PRP on scalp acts on hair follicles. As a result, the follicles become larger and healthier and cause vigorous growth.
A specialist is performing PRP hair loss therapy in Lahore Pakistan at his clinic for his patients regularly. In hair restoration treatments, the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is usually autologous, i.e. it is obtained from the patient’s own blood. To prepare PRP, specimens of a patient's blood are centrifuged to separate liquid and solid components. Then platelet activator and growth proteins are added to the solid portion of the blood. This separated, enriched plasma now constitutes PRP-Platelet Rich Plasma. Then with the help of a microsyringe, PRP is injected back into the patient’s body at the spot of hair loss, which is usually the scalp (but in some rare cases diminishing eyebrows are also treated). There are some other ways of using PRP in Hair Loss Treatments. It can either be directly sprayed onto the affected site during or after the transplant surgery to accelerate the growth process. It can be injected at the donor site during a hair transplant as it contains wound healing elements. Or it can be directly injected into a balding scalp as an independent treatment. Whatever the case may be, its function is to stimulate and accelerate the activity of hair follicles and heal the wound (incision). PRP treatments are conducted under local anesthesia and the post-operative pain management is rather simple in most cases and can be easily taken care of by a simple analgesic like Ibuprofen. The whole PRP treatment is really amazing. The patient’s own platelet-laden plasma is injected back into his scalp, and then the growth stimulators in the blood speed up their growth activity. The bottom line is that if your crown is getting thinner and you are looking for a non-surgical, somewhat organic, and natural solution for the hair loss problem then PRP therapy is the ideal treatment for you. Not to mention that it can be used laterally to complement hair transplant surgery. No doubt, it certainly is an amazing addition to hair loss treatments. To get more information about PRP hair loss treatment in Pakistan you may click & visit.

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