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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 With ACell: How They Work Together

By | Hair Restoration

During some hair restoration techniques, platelet rich plasma is combined with ACell. PRP comes from the patient’s blood on the day of treatment. ACell is a type of stem cell derived from pig bladders. When injected into the scalp, these two regenerative tools can provide visible results and hair growth. 

Platelet rich plasma acts as fertilizer for your hair follicles. When injected, it tells your body that there has been an injury. Your body then sends defenses such as white blood cells and proteins to heal the microscopic injury. Additionally, PRP itself contains growth factors and hormones that support hair growth. This can help heal damaged hair follicles and promote the growth of new hair in the treatment area.

ACell provides the topsoil for your new hair. When your scalp has damaged (but not inactive) hair follicles, skin issues, or your hair loss is more extensive, ACell can bond with your existing skin to provide a new, nutrient-rich environment that can better support hair.

When you choose to combine PRP and ACell during your hair restoration treatment, you receive the most advanced injectable hair restoration procedure available. To schedule your consultation at PRP In Seattle, call us at (206) 279-2112 or contact us online.