PRP Treatment for Hair Loss
For many, hair loss is an unavoidable condition that comes with aging, but that doesn’t mean the condition can’t be fought. There are many methods of dealing with hair loss, from surgery to micropigmentation. Here at Miami Stem Cell, we offer a form of hair loss treatment that relies on platelet-rich plasma or PRP. Choosing PRP hair treatment as a stem cell therapy procedure is a new way to treat hair loss, but it is a promising treatment option that is worth considering.
What is PRP?
The first step is extracting the platelet-rich plasma from the blood. A blood sample will be taken, and that blood will get placed into a centrifuge—a device that will separate the PRP from the rest of the blood. The standard application of platelet-rich plasma is using it to treat injuries in muscles, cartilage, ligaments, and other parts of the body that don’t heal as quickly or easily. Here, PRP stimulates the growth and healing of those sensitive areas.
How PRP Hair Treatment Works
Contact Us for Your Stem Cell Therapy Procedure for Hair Loss
If you’re currently struggling with hair loss, then hope is still out there. A stem cell therapy procedure may be the option that’s best suited for your individual needs. To learn more about PRP hair treatment and if it’s the right option for you, speaking with a stem cell specialist is your best course of action. You can contact us by phone, email, or social media to learn more about how you may benefit from this form of treatment. Remember that even though hair loss is a natural part of aging, treatments to fight that hair loss are available, and our specialists are here to help you find the best form of treatment for your needs.
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