Alopecia affects up to
40% of women
and 80% of men
After 4 treatments
30% growth
can be experienced
When treated early, there’s a
more positive
outcome to reduce hair loss
There is increased hair growth
in 60% of patients
when treated with PRP

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Hair Loss

Hair loss and thinning affect women and men alike, often negatively impacting their self-esteem and confidence. Although treatments to regrow lost hair are available, many are problematic or invasive in other ways. Prescription medications for hair loss and thinning can cause unpleasant side effects, while a hair transplant is a costly surgical procedure that has a lengthy recovery time. However, an emerging treatment called PRP, or platelet rich plasma for hair loss, works differently to stimulate hair regrowth.


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What Medical Conditions Can Be Treated With PRP Therapy?

PRP has a well-documented history of success in the fields of  orthopedics, reconstructive surgery, dentistry, oral surgery, and facial rejuvenation. This successful track record prompted researchers to study the effects of PRP therapy in the treatment of  hair loss and thinning in men and women as well as bald spots.

How Does Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Loss Work?

PRP therapy uses the components found in your own blood to promote hair regrowth. Blood plasma contains platelets, which are rich in growth factors that stimulate regeneration and cell growth. These factors trigger hair growth by stimulating the cells in hair follicles, prolonging the period in which hair actively grows, and even producing new hair follicles. Studies have shown that PRP treatment can lead to regrowth of hair for those suffering from thinning or hair loss.

Who Should Receive PRP Injections For Hair Loss Treatment?

Most people experiencing hair loss or thinning are considered good candidates for the procedure, but PRP injection hair treatment is most effective for people who have early hair loss or are noticing the first signs of thinning hair. Men and women with androgenic alopecia, a genetic condition that’s characterized by a receding hairline and the gradual disappearance of hair along the front of the scalp and top of the head, also respond well to this treatment.

Hair Loss

What Happens When You Undergo PRP for Hair Loss?

A treatment session of PRP for hair loss begins with a standard blood draw from your arm. The vial of blood is placed into a machine called a centrifuge, which works by rapidly spinning the blood and separating out the platelets and plasma. The platelet-rich plasma is then injected directly into the target area of the scalp, at the level of the hair follicles. Our Premier dermatologists will carefully inject small amounts of PRP into the areas of your scalp that have thinning hair.

The entire procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete, and little to no downtime is required. Most patients require multiple treatment sessions—typically once a month for three months. Additional treatments once every three to six months are usually needed to maintain results. These follow-up treatments are needed to boost the factors that contribute to hair regrowth.

PRP treatment schedules are determined by a variety of factors, such as genetics, hormones, age and the pattern and amount of hair loss. During your initial consultation with one of our Board-Certified Premier dermatologists, your doctor will discuss with you how many platelet rich plasma hair treatments you’ll need.

Hair Loss

What Results Can I Expect from Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Treatment?

Consistency is key when it comes to getting PRP injection hair treatment. If you follow the treatment schedule outlined by our Premier dermatologists, you should see results within three to six months. Hair growth takes time, and your results will appear gradually. Decreased hair shedding is one of the results that patients notice first, followed by early hair regrowth and increased hair length. Blood flow, hormones, age, and gender are just a few of the variables that can impact when results first appear and how noticeable they are.

Where Can I Receive Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Treatment?

The PRP for hair loss procedure is offered at some of our practice locations. Our Board – Certified dermatologists are experts in performing this procedure. To learn more about the procedure and whether it’s right for you, schedule a consultation today.

Have more questions about PRP for Hair Loss? Contact us for a consult.

PRP for Hair Loss is offered at:

Crest Hill
Monday
7:00am - 4:30pm
Tuesday
6:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 4:30pm
Thursday
5:45am - 5:30pm
Friday
5:45am - 2:00pm
Saturday
7:30am - 12:00pm Varies
(Times and days based on provider)
Sunday
Closed
Naperville
Monday
7:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
7:30am - 5:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 5:00pm
Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 12:00pm Varies
(Times and days based on provider)
Sunday
Closed

Treatment options may vary at each location.
Please confirm your desired treatment is offered at your preferred location when scheduling.