It receives the name of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and has become a good alternative in cases of hair loss, as it contributes to giving it a greater density.
Autumn and hair loss are usually problems that go hand in hand. For this reason, more and more treatment alternatives are emerging that try to solve this problem that affects both sexes, providing it with greater density or preventing its fall. Best dermatologist in Punjabi Bagh highlights that one of the most revolutionary and effective treatments for this purpose is Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP, whose main objective is to increase the thickness and texture of the hair and, therefore, improve the hair’s health. same.
“Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP for hair fall treatment in Punjabi Bagh is a very useful to increase the hair shaft that consists of obtaining the fraction of platelets from the patient’s blood, which will subsequently be painlessly administered to the scalp in the form of superficial microinjections. Among the uses of this technique is that of improving and stimulating vascularization, the fibroblast and the follicle itself, based on growth factors”, highlights the best skin specialist in Punjabi Bagh Dr Vijay Singhal, who explains that “PRP is a fraction of our own blood, that is, our blood has different components and what is done is to take the one where the platelets remain to use them later”.
What are its benefits?
“The benefit it provides is an improvement in the texture of the hair, since in the components we find follicle and circulation stimulators that will improve the final appearance of the hair and the thickness of the hair,” he explains. “It is an alternative for hair thickening and a good complement for the treatment of alopecia together with the pharmacological one, which is the one that achieves its stabilization”, he says. And he also adds other advantages:
Is it suitable for everyone?
One of the questions that may arise is whether Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is recommended for all people. “It is recommended in those cases where we find weakened and/or miniaturized hair. Also in pathologies of the scalp that can benefit from cutaneous biostimulation”, explains the skin doctor in Punjabi Bagh, who also adds that it can be applied to people of any age range and is indicated for practically all types of alopecia as an additional complement in the treatment, “although it has been shown to be especially effective for female alopecia areata or in patients with male androgenetic alopecia. However, it would not be indicated in specific cases where there is some affectation or previous infection”.
The procedure, step by step
“The hair fall treatment in Punjabi Bagh begins before arriving at the center, since we need a previous analysis to verify that everything is correct. If this is the case, the first thing that will be done on the day of treatment is, in the skin clinic in Punjabi Bagh itself, to extract the patient’s blood and then subject it to centrifugation processes to obtain the fraction that will later be applied to the scalp through dermoinfiltrations”, he clarifies..
On the other hand, he tells us that the number of sessions recommended for this treatment during the first year is usually 3 or 4, with a separation between them of between 4 and 6 weeks. The results, for their part, will be progressive and will last between 6 and 12 months., depending on the situation of each patient and the characteristics of each scalp. “To achieve optimal results, it will be convenient to apply a maintenance session every year, in periods of active hair loss or if hair weakening is appreciated. Also, it can be used as a good complement to other hair treatments like finasteride or dutasteride,” he says. Many patients may wonder if it is painful. “We cannot say that it is totally painless, in addition, pain is something very subjective and in each patient it is different. Yes it is an annoying process, but tolerable”, he tells us. And finally, they point out that, after undergoing this treatment, you can lead a normal life, although to avoid the risk of infection, experts recommend not doing physical exercise, wetting the scalp or massaging the treated area during the first 24 hours., since microlesions can occur when applying Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP.