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Hair For The Holidays Through PRP

By | Hair Restoration, Platelet Rich Plasma

We all desire a full head of luscious hair that doesn’t show signs of thinning. And while hair loss can be frightening, PRP injections may help you achieve those goals. Platelet-rich plasma injections have incredible regenerative properties that allow patients to experience hair growth and complete restoration in many areas. When used for hair loss, you can experience that stunning head of hair just in time for the holidays. 

PRP for hair restoration stimulates the blocked hair follicles and encourages new hair growth. It can also prevent new hair loss through the regeneration and new cells it provides. PRP is comprised of two key components that promote cell generation. It uses our natural blood and separates the red blood cells from the rich plasma. It’s then spun in a centrifuge to separate them and reinjected back into the scalp. The rich plasma and blood cells work internally to create new, healthier cells that trigger the dead hair follicles. PRP can be a transformative treatment that allows you to restore your hair and your confidence. 

At PRP in Seattle, our providers understand the importance of natural hair regeneration and work to provide the best PRP hair restoration for every patient. To get your hair restored for the holidays, call us at 206-279-2112 or reach out via chat or contact form.

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When Is The Best Time To Start PRP Hair Injections?

By | Hair Restoration, PRP Injections

PRP hair restoration therapy can provide thick, voluminous hair for patients with hair loss. While there is no perfect time to begin PRP injections for thinning hair, many patients wonder if there is a better time than others to start the treatment. 

Typically, the patients who benefit from PRP injections the most begin the therapy in their early thirties. In your early thirties, your hair follicles will respond better to the injections and produce more hair than other patients. Patients over thirty-five have sometimes reached a point in their hair loss that PRP injections cannot reverse. However, that is not always the case, as each patient has unique needs and goals. There have been many successful PRP hair restorations for patients over the age of thirty-five. 

Overall, the best time to start PRP injections for hair loss is when your hair begins to thin, or your hairline starts to recede. The faster you can begin treatment at the first signs of hair loss, the more successful the PRP injections will be. Before getting PRP hair restoration treatment, talking to your provider to see what would work best for you is crucial to ensure it’s the best option.  

To learn more and schedule a consultation, call us at 206-279-2112. You can also reach out online at https://www.prpinseattle.com/about-dr-jonov/.     

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Does PRP Have Long-Term Side Effects?

By | Hair Restoration, PRP Injections

Many people seeking PRP injections for hair loss have concerns about the longevity of the treatment and any negative side effects that could stem from the injections. If they are long-lasting, why are they packaged? What are the risks involved? 

PRP or platelet-rich plasma injections are made up of blood cells that have more platelets than normal. They promote healing, regeneration, and growth throughout the body. This makes them a great solution for hair loss, or an alternative to filler injections. 

PRP therapy is priced in packages by many clinics, including PRP in Seattle, to ensure the therapy has long-lasting results. Patients who have multiple sessions, after the first one begins to fade, see results that last up to two years. Maintaining PRP injections is easy, and does not require monthly treatments, and the effects are well worth the sessions. 

While rare, there are a few long-term side effects of PRP injections, such as scar tissue, injury to the blood vessels, and injury to the nerve. Most of these long-term side effects can be avoided with a leading, PRP therapy clinic like PRP in Seattle. 

To learn more and schedule a consultation, call us at 206-279-2112. You can also reach out online at https://www.prpinseattle.com/about-dr-jonov/.