Hair Restoration

PRP Hair Injection

What Is Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy for Hair?
Onsite is pleased to offer Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for both men and women who want a surgery-free option to treat their hair loss. Thanks to a group of scientists coupled with technological advances that have taught clinicians more about the body’s healing process, PRP is now available to stimulate your hair follicles and scalp, allowing you to grow your own hair again. And PRP isn’t any foreign substance; it’s from your own blood!

What Evidence Shows PRP Is Effective?
In Dermatologic Surgery, a group of Korean scientists showed that PRP therapy can make hair grow again. A group of studies from Europe and the US replicated this effect and showed the safety of PRP therapy.
Over two decades ago, the medical industry discovered PRP therapy’s usefulness, when coupled with other techniques, in helping skin and wounds heal. A surprising number of medical specialties use PRP therapy: cosmetic surgery, of course, but also oral surgery, neurosurgery, sports medicine, and orthopedics.
Scientists continue to study PRP therapy and its use as a treatment for hair loss. PRP therapy is known to work well with other FDA-approved therapies like DHT blockers and Minoxidil. All evidence points to PRP therapy as an encouraging treatment choice for patients who are losing their hair, especially those who want to avoid the downtime that surgery demands.

How Does It Work?
Platelet-rich plasma culled from your blood is injected with a microneedling instrument into the scalp to boost healing. Platelets are cells in your blood that help it to clot. Once a clot is produced, platelets give off enzymes that accelerate healing and assist in the regeneration of tissue by signalling stem cells to appear and help fix the damage. The stem cells in your hair follicles awaken, which triggers hair to regrow. Inside platelets are little structures called glycogen, lysosomes, and alpha granules. PRP is able to create clots and spur cell growth thanks to alpha granules.

What Is the Procedure?
It starts with an in-depth consultation with an Onsite clinician, who will ask about your health history and your goals for the PRP treatment. The procedure consists of the following steps. The clinician begins by cleaning and preparing the scalp. If it is deemed necessary, the clinician may spread a topical anesthetic onto the scalp to lessen any discomfort from the procedure.
The clinician then draws 10 milliliters (just under 2 teaspoons) of blood from your arm. Your blood sample is placed in a centrifuge for ten minutes, spinning it at a high speed. This process allows the PRP, which happens to weigh less than the remaining blood, to float on top. The PRP is removed from the sample and readied for the procedure.
For your PRP therapy procedure, the clinician will use a microneedling instrument called the Rejuvapen. The clinician will inject the PRP into your scalp.
The PRP therapy for hair procedure lasts about an hour. You can drive after the procedure because no general anesthesia, sedatives, or other medications are given prior to, during, or following the procedure.

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PRP Hair Injection

What Is Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy for Hair?
Onsite is pleased to offer Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for both men and women who want a surgery-free option to treat their hair loss. Thanks to a group of scientists coupled with technological advances that have taught clinicians more about the body’s healing process, PRP is now available to stimulate your hair follicles and scalp, allowing you to grow your own hair again. And PRP isn’t any foreign substance; it’s from your own blood!

What Evidence Shows PRP Is Effective?
In Dermatologic Surgery, a group of Korean scientists showed that PRP therapy can make hair grow again. A group of studies from Europe and the US replicated this effect and showed the safety of PRP therapy.
Over two decades ago, the medical industry discovered PRP therapy’s usefulness, when coupled with other techniques, in helping skin and wounds heal. A surprising number of medical specialties use PRP therapy: cosmetic surgery, of course, but also oral surgery, neurosurgery, sports medicine, and orthopedics.
Scientists continue to study PRP therapy and its use as a treatment for hair loss. PRP therapy is known to work well with other FDA-approved therapies like DHT blockers and Minoxidil. All evidence points to PRP therapy as an encouraging treatment choice for patients who are losing their hair, especially those who want to avoid the downtime that surgery demands.

How Does It Work?
Platelet-rich plasma culled from your blood is injected with a microneedling instrument into the scalp to boost healing. Platelets are cells in your blood that help it to clot. Once a clot is produced, platelets give off enzymes that accelerate healing and assist in the regeneration of tissue by signalling stem cells to appear and help fix the damage. The stem cells in your hair follicles awaken, which triggers hair to regrow. Inside platelets are little structures called glycogen, lysosomes, and alpha granules. PRP is able to create clots and spur cell growth thanks to alpha granules.

What Is the Procedure?
It starts with an in-depth consultation with an Onsite clinician, who will ask about your health history and your goals for the PRP treatment. The procedure consists of the following steps. The clinician begins by cleaning and preparing the scalp. If it is deemed necessary, the clinician may spread a topical anesthetic onto the scalp to lessen any discomfort from the procedure.
The clinician then draws 10 milliliters (just under 2 teaspoons) of blood from your arm. Your blood sample is placed in a centrifuge for ten minutes, spinning it at a high speed. This process allows the PRP, which happens to weigh less than the remaining blood, to float on top. The PRP is removed from the sample and readied for the procedure.
For your PRP therapy procedure, the clinician will use a microneedling instrument called the Rejuvapen. The clinician will inject the PRP into your scalp.
The PRP therapy for hair procedure lasts about an hour. You can drive after the procedure because no general anesthesia, sedatives, or other medications are given prior to, during, or following the procedure.

$750.00/session
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$200.00
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