PRP Hair Restoration
Your blood is composed of four primary components: red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets. Platelets are responsible for cell growth and regeneration. As the name suggests, platelet-rich plasma is plasma that is highly concentrated with platelets.
Platelets secrete growth factors that can help heal wounds and stimulate tissue regrowth. Growth factors work as your body’s messengers by signaling for skin cells and hair follicles to function. PRP therapy works by injecting high levels of platelets into the scalp. When these platelets reach the bottom of the hair follicle, they can stimulate the production of cells and encourage hair growth.
What is platelet-rich plasma therapy?
How does PRP Hair Restoration work?
The platelet-rich plasma that is injected into your scalp works to heal affected areas and stimulate reparative cells through the use of growth factors. Growth factors promote the formation of substances like collagen.