PRP for Hair Loss
PRP for Hair Loss
PRP therapy for men’s and women’s hair loss, or alopecia, is a science-backed, safe, and effective technique that usually results in hair re-growth by stimulating hair follicles. PRP contains essential growth factors and signaling proteins that can stimulate natural hair growth and scalp rejuvenation. At IMG we can improve the condition of your scalp and promote hair growth by using our patented purification method to obtain high quality, ULTRA concentrated PRP. Call IMG today to unlock the power of your platelets by making an appointment with IMG at (818) 558-3778!
How does PRP work and what to expect.
At IMG we’re using cutting edge PRP therapy + Microneedling to deliver your platelets to where it counts, deep in the dermis where the hair follicles are situated. A small amount of your blood is drawn into our patented tubes and placed into a centrifuge. During this spin cycle the platelets are separated out from the red and white cells forming a thin ULTRA-concentrated layer of PRP. The red blood cells and platelet poor plasma are then discarded and we are left with your unique, revitalizing PRP that is ready for use. The area to be treated is anesthetized and we perform the first Microneedling treatment to prepare the skin or scalp. Your PRP is then laid down, gently messaged in, and then another pass with the microneedle delivers the PRP! The PRP helps thicken your existing hair and helps stimulate healing of damaged hair follicles, which will help hair re-growth. One cycle of platelet-rich plasma therapy usually requires 3 to 4 separate injections to the target tissue over a course of 3 to 4 months, and 1 cycle is all it takes. Results vary but the science behind PRP is real and its powerful rejuvenating effect can be seen and felt! [link-to-picture]
The sooner you start treatment the sooner the possibility of stimulating hair re-growth. Call our office today at (818) 558-3777 to make your appointment with Dr. Zohrabian.
All PRP treatment plans including evaluation, preparation of PRP, and administration are performed by Dr. David Zohrabian.