Hair is one of the most significant markers of an individual’s appearance and beauty. However, most people suffer from hair loss to some extent, whether it’s due to the gradual thinning of hair follicles, receding hairline, or male pattern baldness. Experiencing hair loss of any kind can trigger self-consciousness and anxiety, which, in turn, leads to even more hair loss. In a market saturated with ineffective treatments, our PRP hair restoration is one of the most effective solutions for hair loss in Coral Springs and the Parkland area. NutriFlo Medspa & IV Lounge provides highly-calibrated PRP hair restoration to help you grow luscious hair.
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What is PRP Hair Restoration?
PRP hair restoration is a nonsurgical treatment wherein the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) derived from your blood is injected into targeted regions around your scalp to reverse hair loss. The treatment activates damaged or inactive hair follicles to reinvigorate the hair production process. Consequently, you can restore luscious hair and gradually cover up the bald spots. It’s completely safe because it’s an autologous treatment, i.e., it uses components derived from your own body.
How Does PRP Hair Restoration Work?
To better understand how PRP hair restoration in Coral Springs works, you must understand how PRP therapy works. PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is a component derived from human blood. It contains a high concentration of growth factors responsible for your body’s natural growth and healing processes.
PRP has numerous benefits, such as healing scars, wounds, joint pains, etc. When injected into the scalp, the growth factors activate the damaged, compromised, or dormant hair follicles. Over time, the hair follicles and surrounding tissues regenerate and grow new cells, leading to denser and more voluminous hair.
What Happens During the PRP Hair Restoration?
Your PRP hair restoration in Coral Springs starts with a personal consultation with our board-certified nurse practitioner. We’ll examine your scalp and discuss your cosmetic goals to curate the ideal PRP treatment plan. We draw a small sample of your blood from your arm and run it through a centrifuge to isolate the platelet-rich plasma from the platelet-poor plasma.
Meanwhile, we clean the treatment areas on your scalp and apply topical anesthesia to ensure a comfortable experience. Once the PRP is prepared and processed, we inject it into strategically-chosen locations around your scalp, i.e., the regions with weak hair follicles. The procedure concludes within 30 minutes — the exact duration depends on the number of injections necessary.
Who Are the Ideal Candidates for PRP Hair Restoration?
The ideal candidates for PRP hair restoration are individuals suffering from hair loss, thinning hair, receding hairline, bald spots, or symptoms of male pattern baldness. The treatment is safe for all skin types and colors because it relies on your body’s naturally-derived products and healing response. However, our board-certified providers will review your current medications and medical history to determine if you’re a viable candidate for the treatment.
What Are the Benefits of PRP Hair Restoration?
- Nonsurgical treatment
- Autologous treatment
- Natural and long-lasting results
- Quick and in-office treatment
- No pain and discomfort
- No downtime or recovery
What Does PRP Hair Restoration Recovery Involve?
You might experience a mild discomfort and swelling around the treatment spots on your scalp for a few days. But you can resume all your daily activities and work immediately with no downtime. You can also wash your hair the same day.
When Do the Results Appear? How Long Do the Results Last?
PRP hair restoration results don’t appear immediately because it relies on your body’s natural healing response. However, you’ll start noticing improved density around the treatment areas in a few weeks, and your hair will continue growing stronger over several months. You might need additional treatments, but your cosmetic provider will recommend the ideal number of sessions and frequency. The results are permanent, but you might need maintenance treatments once in a while to ensure your hair continues growing strong.