PRP for
Hair Restoration

How does PRP Hair Restoration work?

Use your body’s own resources to stimulate your hair growth and generate luxurious locks by restoring vitality to hair follicles that have gone dormant. One of the most incredible talents of our body is the ability to heal itself. If you’re experiencing hair loss, consider PRP hair restoration as the best non-surgical approach to trigger your body’s natural healing process and stimulate hair growth.

Researchers have documented increases in hair count and hair thickness through PRP hair restoration therapy. The four main components of human blood are red and white blood cells, platelets, and plasma. Platelets are rich in growth factors, and the latest scientific research has paved the way to harness their natural powers.

Dr. Nayyar takes a blood sample and separates the plasma and platelets from the blood cells. Through PRP therapy, plasma has 10 times more platelets than typically found in blood and can be used to treat a number of ailments. It is then injected in the scalp at the follicle level to encourage the regenerative process.

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Benefits of PRP Hair Restoration

PRP hair restoration is a very effective method in terms of non-surgical approaches to hair restoration.

Benefits include:

  • No cutting, no implanting, and no surgery
  • There are minimal risks
  • Non-invasive procedure
  • The entire procedure takes an hour or less, with minimal pain and discomfort
  • Appropriate for individuals of all skin types and ages
  • The plasma injections stimulate hair follicles
Hair Restoration Tampa

PRP is an effective technique that has become increasingly popular in recent years. If you want to ensure every aspect of your hair restoration is managed with the utmost care and attention to detail, schedule an appointment with Dr. Nayyar, board-certified dermatologist.