Many people struggle with hair loss. Platelet-rich plasma, also known as PRP, is a treatment option that is growing in popularity. For certain people, PRP for hair restoration is incredibly effective at triggering natural hair growth, as well as making your hair thicker. You are warmly invited to learn more about this treatment and see if it is right for you.

How Does PRP for Hair Restoration Work?

There are multiple steps involved in this treatment. The first step is the consultation, during which we’ll determine if the treatment can help you and come up with a customized treatment plan. During the actual treatment, a simple blood sample is taken from the client. A centrifuge will be used to spin this blood around, which will separate it. Eventually, high density PRP, also known as HD-PRP, is created. This special solution can then be used in the scalp in the areas that need treatment. It will start to stimulate your hair to grow.

Results with PRP for Hair Restoration

The results vary from patient to patient, but most people enjoy long-lasting results that look natural. Staying consistent is key to success with this treatment. Some patients will first notice that they are losing less hair. This gradually changes to noticeable regrowth and an increase in the length of the hair. Maintenance treatments can help make sure that growth factors and stem cells continue to be stimulated.

Who is an Ideal Candidate?

There are certain factors that tend to qualify an individual for this treatment. They include:

  • Having weak hair growth, but still some active hair follicles
  • Being in good overall health
  • Having realistic expectations
  • Wanting noticeable results without resorting to surgery

If you are interested in learning more about PRP for hair restoration, get in touch with us at New England Center for Hair Restoration, located in North Attleboro and Westwood. We are experts in all things hair restoration, and we are even running the following promotion in December:

Free HD-PRP if you book any hair restoration surgery in December (12/1-12/31), valued at $2500.

Contact us today to book a consultation and get started!