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What is Hair fall PRP?

The PRP in Hair fall PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma. Human blood is made of plasma and three components- red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. The platelets are rich in growth factors and thus, important for cell regrowth and repairing of damaged cells. Hairfall PRP therapy is a medical treatment for hair loss that aims at repairing the damaged tissue of the scalp and stimulate hair growth by cell reproduction.




Treating hair fall by PRP injection


The hair fall involves three steps- drawing a person’s blood, processing it and injecting the processed blood into the scalp. This increases blood circulation to the hair follicles which eventually promotes hair growth. One sitting of hair fall PRP therapy takes 25-30 mins to complete.

  • The first step is to collect a blood sample from the patient’s arms and to put it into a centrifuge. A centrifuge is an instrument that separates the blood into its components according to density by spinning at a high speed.
  • After spinning the blood sample for 10 minutes in the centrifuge, it gets divided into two components with platelet-rich-plasma being one component. This component is filled in a syringe.
  • The separated PRP is injected into the bald area of the scalp where the patient wants increased hair growth. After this, it is generally covered with a bandage.

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We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

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Overview of Hairfall PRP

Hairfall platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a three-step procedure that aims to stimulate hair growth in bald parts of the scalp. During the procedure, blood is drawn from the person. The drawn blood is separated into three parts including plasma. This plasma contains several growth factors and a concentrated number of platelets that treats hair loss conditions and promotes hair growth. It is a non-invasive procedure that doesn’t include any cuts or incisions.

Facts on Hairfall PRP

  • In America, around 50 million men and 30 million women suffer from male or female pattern baldness.
  • According to a research study, 40.6% of participants saw a moderate level of improvement within 6 months of PRP therapy.

Ideal Candidate for Hairfall PRP

Unfortunately, PRP may not be a suitable option for all people suffering from severe hair loss. Ideally, the following candidates should not consider undergoing hairfall PRP therapy.

  • An individual taking blood thinners regularly.
  • An individual who is a chain-smoker.
  • An individual who is into misuse of drugs or had a drinking problem in the past.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with cancer.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with any chronic condition of the liver.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with a chronic skin condition.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with an acute or chronic infection.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with hemodynamic instability.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with a metabolic disorder.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with hypofibrinogenemia.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with a metabolic disorder.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with a systemic disorder.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with sepsis.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with a thyroid problem.
  • An individual who has a low platelet count.
  • An individual who is diagnosed with platelet dysfunction syndromes.

Questions To Ask Before Hairfall PRP Therapy

  • How many years of practice do you have?
  • What is the number of procedures that you have successfully completed?
  • Will the procedure be performed in the doctor’s office or at the hospital?
  • Do you rely on a certified surgical facility?
  • Are the anesthetists board-certified?
  • Are the equipment up-to-date?
  • What is the total expense of the treatment? Does it include hospitalization cost, anesthesia fees and other additional costs?
  • Do you have any before and after pictures of other patients who got treated by you?

Preparation of Hairfall PRP

Surgeons explain that it is essential to prepare for PRP therapy. Preparing for the procedure ensures that the platelets are well-processed and rich-in nutrients and thereby results are successful. The following precautions should be taken by a patient prior to hairfall PRP procedure-

  • Take meals that are rich in nutrients. Make sure you eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, lean protein such as fat-free chicken, fish, tofu, soy, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds.
  • Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water regularly. This keeps the body hydrated. Exclude drinks such as alcoholic beverages, sports drinks, soft drinks, smoothies, tea, coffee, etc.
  • Include supplements such as vitamins B, C, D, and iron in your every meal.
  • Sleep at least for 8-9 hours on a regular basis. In addition to this, make sure you get some quality sleep.
  • Stop taking anti-inflammatory medicines such as Advil, Voltaren, Ibuprofen, Naproxen and Motrin for a couple of weeks. This restriction may continue even after one week of the procedure.
  • Reduce stress as much as possible. Or else, it can cause negative effects on the results of the procedure. Try to relax with meditation exercises, yoga, sauna bath or any other relaxation techniques.
  • Keep your scalp as clean as possible. Make sure that the scalp remains uninfected. Consult with the doctor to get prescribed shampoos to eliminate any possibility of dryness, itching, inflammation and rashes.
  • Don’t take any blood thinning medicines such as ginkgo, flax, cod liver oil, flax and essential fatty acids.
  • Prior to three days of the procedure, neither color nor dye the hair.
  • On the day of the procedure, avoid taking any caffeine in the form of tea, coffee, aerated drinks, energy drinks and gym supplements.
  • With each meal, take two glasses of water and increase accordingly.
  • On the day of the procedure, don’t exercise for 4 hours.
  • On the day of the procedure, wash and condition the scalp properly.
  • Carry a clean, washed baseball cap on the day of the procedure.

Risks of Hairfall PRP

It is common to experience some risks and complications due to the plasma injected into the scalp. Generally, people suffer from the following side effects after a hairfall PRP procedure.

  • Reaction to anesthesia such as confusion, unable to control the bladder, muscle aches and confusion
  • Injury to blood vessels on the scalp
  • Injury to the nerves
  • Formation of scar tissue where the treated plasma is injected, also known as calcification
  • Infection where the PRP was injected

Recovery After Hairfall PRP

It is important to follow some recovery tips too after the procedure to ensure proper results are evident. Some of the recovery tips to follow include-

  • While taking shower, massage the scalp properly in a circular motion.
  • Avoid putting any pressure on the scalp by not lifting ay heavyweights nor loading any heavy objects.
  • Avoid putting your head under the shower while taking a bath.
  • Protect the head from sunlight while stepping outside by wearing a hat or cap.
  • Protect the scalp from infections by avoiding swimming. Protect the head from salt, dirt and chlorine.
  • Stop drinking any alcoholic beverages after the procedure.
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