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What Is PRP Hair Regrowth?

Hair loss is a significant concern for many individuals, whether it is brought on by age, genetics, hormones, health conditions, or styling products or practices. With current advances in research in the hair restoration industry, new procedures are being made to help combat the problem. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is an emerging nonsurgical treatment for people that is showing remarkable benefits in slowing, stopping, and reversing hair loss. PRP has also shown promising outcomes in individuals with alopecia areata or thinning eyebrows. Dr. Linda Sodoma of Life Care for Women offers this innovative therapy. Utilizing biotin and a strong solution of hair growth factors and bioactive proteins, Dr. Sodoma can help strengthen the function of your hair, resulting in longer, thicker, healthier locks. It's necessary to remember that PRP does not grow new hair follicles in places where you are already bald but is used to reverse the miniaturization of hair follicles so they will produce fuller, healthier, longer hair fibers. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact our Gilbert, AZ office today.

How Does PRP for Hair Loss Work?

A nonsurgical process, PRP for hair regrowth is a brief one-hour in-office visit. The procedure begins with drawing a small amount of blood and placing it in a specialized machine, which separates the platelets from the remaining portion of the blood components. After that, a local anesthetic is administered to your scalp and the platelet-rich plasma is reintroduced into regions of your scalp that are thinning or bald. Then, microneedling is performed on the scalp to create micro-channels to the skin, which activates the PRP and permits it to seep deep into the skin. At the same time, we will perform biotin injections, which is a proven solution to encouraging keratin production. There's no downtime following this process; however, you may develop some redness, minor swelling, and mild tenderness to the treated areas. These symptoms can last up to 48 hours. While results differ for each patient, results are generally seen approximately 4 – 6 months after the initial session and can continue to improve for a full year. Repeat sessions are highly recommended every 12 – 18 months.

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Stimulate New Growth

PRP and biotin are clinically proven hair regrowth solutions for people who are struggling with hair loss or thinning. At Life Care for Women, Dr. Linda Sodoma and her team are honored to provide this effective solution to efficiently treat hair loss. To learn more about PRP sessions with biotin, we invite you to contact our Gilbert, AZ office to schedule a consultation today.

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How much does PRP therapy for hair cost?

PRP therapy treatment costs will be dependent on how many appointments you need. In your first appointment, Dr. Sodoma will develop your treatment plan to make the most of your results. Then, we can review your cost of your PRP therapy plus advise you about all the payment options taken at Life Care For Women.

Can PRP be done alongside other hair treatments?

Lots of individuals pair additional services with PRP therapy, like topical medication used at home, microneedling, and others. Dr. Sodoma will assess your head and degree of hair loss before developing your personalized PRP therapy treatment plan. She will talk about guidance for what in-office services are advised for your specific case and any over-the-counter remedies that could work for you in between sessions.

How often should I have PRP treatments?

Numerous individuals have a need for a minimum of three PRP appointments performed a month apart to get results. Your personal PRP therapy outline depends on the amount of lost hair and your desires. According to this, Dr. Sodoma will recommend how many PRP treatments you might require and how often you may want to plan them to stimulate your hair growth. If your hair loss is more advanced, we could suggest more visits at first, which could be performed less frequently after you start to notice improvements.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.