PRP for Hair Restoration

The Science Behind PRP treatment for hair loss


As part of the body’s natural healing abilities platelets and other components found in the body’s blood migrate to the site of an injury. Platelets are well known to release numerous growth factors that respond to tissue injury on the human body and initiate and promote the healing process. By concentrating platelets at the site of the thinning or balding areas of the scalp by first needling the scalp creating micro incisions that are hardly noticeable and with little to slight pain the PRP process performed by Biocore Health Professional Staff. This process has the potential to enhance the body’s own regenerative potential in regrowth of new thick hair in the thinning or balding areas.

PRP For Female Hair Loss


For many women experiencing thinning hair, life can be unexpectedly changed. Hundreds of thousands of women experience hair loss after having children, and other experience hair loss after the age of 40, other contributing factors may be genetics, diet, stress from moving, job, and relationships. Females will experience thicker hair in less than six weeks. PRP injection for hair growth can last up to 12-18 months before a recommended second treatment. Many clients choose to have a second treatment after six months for even more increased hair growth and thickness.

PRP for Male Hair Loss


For millions of males, hair loss is an inevitability or is it? Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is a fantastic option to stay ahead of Male Pattern Baldness. If you are a male just starting to notice thinning hair or even a male wanting to keep that current thick head of hair you have on top of your head- PRP is a great option. As with women opting for PRP, men can see results in as little as six weeks, with optimal results taking place over six months.

How long does my PRP treatment for hair loss take?


The best part of our PRP treatment for hair loss besides the amazing results is the short amount of time it takes to have the procedure itself. Typically, 45 minutes to one hour on average with our case studies. Results may vary if patient has a history with difficulty drawing plasma.

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