Androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness) is the most common hair loss disorder affecting up to 80% of men and up to 40% of women with Caucasian heritage. PRP reverses baldness by stimulating multiple dimensions of hair follicle growth. It prevents hair-fall, thickens the hair shaft, increases shine and vitality, and decreases hair splitting and breakage.
PRP can be used as an independent therapy or as an addition to hair transplant to increase the survival rate of the implanted follicular unit. PRP will prevent the hair follicle from dying, prolongs the growth phase of the hair cyle, and increases the overall density of the hair.
Aging combined with accumulated exposure to UV radiation over time diminishes the structural function and integrity of the elastin structure of the skin, causing the signs of aging. Although there are many therapies that increase collagen, it is more difficult to regenerate elastin in the skin. Elastin is the stretchy protein that gives skin it's elasticity and vitality. Four to 6 sessions of PRP will improve skin quality by 60-80%. We recommend PRP for anyone with loose skin around the jowls, chin, neck, or hands.