PRP Therapy for Hair Loss in Charlotte, NC
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What is PRP Therapy for Hair Loss?
Hair loss is a major concern for many women and men, whether brought on by age, genetics, hormones, health conditions, or styling practices and/or products. With current advances in research within the hair restoration field, new procedures have been created to help combat the condition. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a state-of-the-art nonsurgical procedure for individuals that is showing remarkable benefits in slowing down, stopping, and even reversing baldness. PRP has also shown promising outcomes in individuals with alopecia areata and thinning eyebrows. Dr. Awa Igbinadolor of Prestige Med Spa and Wellness Center is one of only a few hair restoration specialists to supply this innovative treatment in Charlotte, NC. With a powerful solution of hair growth factors and bioactive proteins, Dr. Awa can help strengthen your hair, leading to thicker, longer, healthier locks.
What is Our PRP for Hair Loss Technique?
A nonsurgical procedure, the PRP therapy is a short one-hour in-office visit. The session begins with obtaining a little bit of your blood and placing it in a specialized machine, which rotates the blood at high speed to separate the platelets from the rest of the blood elements. Next, a local anesthetic will be used on your scalp, and the concentrated platelet-rich plasma is reintroduced into parts of your head that are bald or thinning. Our protocol for nonsurgical management of hair loss is a series of three treatments scheduled every four weeks. It may may be necessary to schedule follow up and maintenance treatments roughly every six months to one year.
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PRP treatment is a clinically backed choice for individuals struggling to decide between hair loss solutions. At Prestige Med Spa and Wellness Center, we are proud to offer effective solutions to efficiently treat hair loss. To learn more about PRP therapy, we welcome you to contact our Charlotte, NC office now.