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Hair Restoration Seattle: Does ACell PRP Work?

By | Hair Restoration, Platelet Rich Plasma, PRP Injections

Hair loss is a frustrating condition that takes a toll on self esteem, confidence, and mental health. With many options, it can be difficult to determine the one that will best address your unique hair loss. For patients experiencing the early signs of genetic hair loss, also known as male or female pattern baldness, ACell and PRP hair restoration may promote increased hair growth. Does ACell PRP work?

First off, PRP stimulates healing and hair growth in areas consistent with genetic hair loss. This promotes the body to heal the damaged hair follicles. This can slow down the hair loss process and help patients to keep their hair longer. It also is effective for treating thinning hair. 

ACell also stimulates collagen production and hair growth. However, unlike PRP which triggers the healing process, ACell takes it a step further and acts as a foundation for new hair growth. While ACell does not permanently stay in the body, it helps repair skin and increases the overall health of the scalp. 

When choosing to combine PRP and ACell together, this creates a powerful hair growth treatment. For patients seeing the first signs of early hair loss, PRP with ACell hair restoration may offer an option to keep hair longer. To learn more about non-surgical hair restoration, call us at 206-279-2112. You can also reach us online via chat or contact form.

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PRP Hair: Platelet Rich Plasma For Hair Loss Side Effects

By | Hair Restoration, Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP hair restoration is a non-invasive, non-surgical way to restore thinning hair and slow down hair loss. While it is a non-surgical procedure, it is understandable that some patients may be concerned about possible side effects, especially if unfamiliar with the procedure. Luckily, PRP hair injections come with relatively few and minor side effects. 

Platelet rich plasma for hair loss side effects can include the side effects of any other injectable treatment such as pain at the injection sites, bruising, itchiness, redness, soreness, and tight feeling. These are all minor and normal. Most patients see these side effects subside within a few days of their treatment.

Platelet rich plasma on its own has few side effects because it comes from your own body. This means that the chances of rejection or an allergic reaction are notably low. The most serious side effects or complication after platelet rich plasma for hair loss injections is infection or injuries to the nerves. These are also possible after any injection. 

Our Seattle plastic surgeons take every precaution to reduce the risk of side effects and minimize any you may experience. To schedule a consultation at PRP In Seattle, call at 206-279-2112 or contact us online.