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Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is nothing but our plasma with a higher concentration of platelets with a greater
count of platelets than that of whole blood. The platelets are a rich source of growth factors like Platelet-derived growth factor(PDGF), epidermal growth factor(EGF), vascular endothelial growth factor(VEGF), transforming growth factor(TGF), etc and so much more. These factors stimulate hair growth, repair the inflammation going on in the hair roots and make them thicker and stronger. Mode of action of PRP in hair loss
● Stimulates the stem cells to become hair follicle cells
● Prolongs anagen phase or growing phase thus making the hairs

Benefits of PRP

PRP can also increase terminal hair density (terminal hairs/cm2). Terminal hairs are fully matured follicles that are thick and pigmented. In comparison, vellus hairs, which can be present in patients with hair loss disorders, are short, and slightly colored hair. An increase in terminal hair density will be achieved by the end of 3 sessions of PRP.

How is PRP Treatment done?

Plasma retrieval

Obtaining plasma, a component found within the blood, is the main goal of this step. This is obtained by removing a small amount usually 20 ml of blood from your arm. This blood is then centrifuged twice in temperature controlled

Separation of platelets

Platelets located in your drawn blood are then concentrated. This is done by centrifugation. We do two-step centrifugation in which platelets are separated and settle at the bottom of the test tube. The quality of the final PRP is regulated by the temperature maintained throughout the procedure. The final concentrate will
have at least five times the normal platelet count. (> 10 lakh/cumm). This platelet-rich plasma will then be activated with a suitable activator. The entire process is done in sterile conditions in a laboratory. So quality is not compromised and the results obtained are genuine.

The last step of PRP is to inject these activated platelets into hair-loss areas. We do this under local anesthesia. There will be very

minimal pain during local anesthesia. And thereafter will not feel any pain during injection of PRP. For those who do not want

needle pricks, we use needle-less PRP in which the PRP is electroporated into the dermis, and growth factors are released

into the hair roots.

Advantages of PRP

● PRP can encourage hair growth in a wide range of hair loss conditions such as alopecia areata and androgenetic alopecia.
● PRP can be combined with hair transplantations or can be used as a solo treatment.
● No oral or topical medications are required to perform PRP treatment.
● PRP can help preserve hair grafts during hair transplants

How effective is PRP?

The effectiveness of PRP on hair loss has been evaluated in numerous studies. The hair shedding and active

hair fall will stop after 2-3 sessions. Thin miniaturized hairs will become thicker and stronger. The texture

of the hairs will improve. In certain individuals, even new hair growth is seen

Who is a candidate for PRP?
Anybody with hair thinning, early stages golf androgenetic alopecia, female pattern hair loss, and chronic

telogen effluvium are the right candidate for PRP. In advanced grades of baldness where the hair roots

have completely miniaturized, PRP will not help individually but can be combined with hair transplantation.

In Cutibless, we prepare PRP with standardized techniques. Not all plasma injected is platelet-rich plasma. It has to

have the optimum concentration to produce the best results. The minimum platelet count in the PRP must be at least

5 times the normal platelet count in our blood. In Cutibless every time the PRP is prepared, the platelet concentration is measured and reported to the patient undergoing the procedure. The entire  preparation is done in a standard lab with all aseptic precautions and temperature-controlled centrifugation. Visit Cutibless, the best hair clinic in Bangalore for the quality and satisfied treatment.

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