It has been thought for a long time that thinning hair is only a man’s problem, however many women are experiencing thinning hair and hair loss too which may be uncomfortable and unpleasant.
Are you concerned about your hair getting thinner or are getting bald in certain places? There is great treatment for your hair loss at the DeRosa Clinic. This hair restoration treatment is called PRP, short for Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP may sound like something you heard before and you are correct: Platelet Rich Plasma has been used by many celebrities for vampire facials where it is used in the treatment. The procedure involves drawing you own blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to separate plasma rich in platelets from the rest of the blood components. Plasma than gets injected into the skin by a small needle. This plasma is rich in platelets and your growth hormone that assists in regeneration of the skin and increases turnover of the cells. When it comes to hair restoration, PRP helps increase hair follicle activity and promotes growth of new hair. For better results Minoxidil can be added to the regimen.
PRP is a hair restoration technique that has been demonstrated to be exceedingly successful for treatment of premature hair loss and hair thinning in both men and women. We have certainly seen quite dramatic improvement in our patients here at the DeRosa Clinic on Newbury Street, Boston. If PRP is something that you are interested in and would like to try something for your thinning hair, you are welcome to come in for a consultation with a member of the DeRosa Clinic team. During your visit we will discuss an individual treatment plan that suits your need the best to achieve best possible result. Hair loss and hair thinning should not be the problems you are struggling with!
This is the treatment that may benefit both men and women
Helps stop hair loss and thinning and regrowth hair on your head
Can help restore full beard
Will provide natural looking result
Results can be seen in 2 to 3 treatments
The PRP procedure will take approximately half hour to forty five minutes with minimal, if any, downtime.