Regenerative Medicine for hair growth is a way to help people who are experiencing hair loss. It works by using the body’s natural healing abilities to stimulate hair growth in areas where hair is thinning or falling out. If you have hair loss including androgenetic alopecia and male and female pattern hair loss, consult an ASCPM practitioner for a consultation.

One technique in Regenerative Medicine for hair growth is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. In this non-surgical method, a small amount of blood is drawn to obtain the PRP. The blood is put into a centrifuge that separates the PRP from the blood. An injection of PRP goes into the scalp to repair the follicle.

In so doing, the platelets in the PRP release special growth factors to repair hair follicles that are no longer producing hair. A hair follicles is a tube-like structure, a pore, that surrounds the root and strand of a hair. When follicles are healthy, they can produce new hair.

By injecting PRP into the scalp, the hair follicles can get a boost of healing power that fosters new growth. For this reason, this method is a safe, non-invasive option that many people find it appealing.

Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP can be used as a new therapeutic option for hair loss
including androgenetic alopecia and female pattern hair loss

Mapping out the PRP treatment area for hair growth

However, it’s essential to understand that PRP treatment may not work for everyone. The results can vary from person to person, so the improvement can come from a few or multiple treatment sessions .

Before deciding on this treatment, it’s important to consult with a practitioner that has training in this type of treatment. That practitioner can evaluate an individual’s hair loss condition and recommend the best course of action. Additionally, other factors are taken in to account, such as overall health and the underlying cause of hair loss to determine if Regenerative Medicine is the right option for hair growth.