Hair loss, or alopecia, is a disease that affects both men and women, although the condition is more common among the male gender. According to several studies, alopecia affects 1 in 3 men, and approximately 30% of them suffer with significant hair loss, which typically starts at age 30 and increases with age.
Types of alopecia
- Areata: It is a disease that causes circular patches of hair loss.
- Fibrosing: It consists of the gradual loss of hair from the front area of the head, which causes the hair to grow farther from the forehead.
- Diffuse: It begins with the loss of hair density, initially becoming flat and dry, then gradually falling off.
- Universal: It is an autoimmune disease, in which the organism itself produces antibodies against a part of the hair follicle.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma is an innovative technique that allows the isolation and use of the growth factors already present in the patient’s blood to enhance, accelerate, and stimulate the regeneration of tissues.
This technique emerges as a natural alternative, through which blood is drawn from the patient, the platelet-rich plasma is separated, and then injected into the scalp using the micro-needle technique. During the days following the procedure, the platelet-rich plasma continues working progressively by stimulating the hair follicle to produce strong, healthy hair.
Advantages of PRP
Platelet Rich Plasma is a completely safe procedure, since the growth factors come from each patient. This avoids the risk of infections or allergic reactions, and best of all, it has no contraindications.
To make the most of the benefits of this treatment, we advise our patients to include in their usual hair care routine, products that stimulate the growth and strengthening of the hair
If you would like more information about this treatment, call us at 877 673 4818 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
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