PRP Hair New Jersey Therapy: New And Innovative Solutions for Hair Loss. How Does PRP Work?
Posted on October 11, 2016
Men and women that suffer from hair loss often times feel disappointed and have a drop in self-confidence. Everyone is emotionally connected to their hair and the change in appearance can be emotional drastic for many people. Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP Hair New Jersey, therapy is a noninvasive option that can reverse the effects of hair loss. Dr. Rapaport is confident that PRP therapy is effective for men and women alike.
PRP therapy is a newer form of therapy that was recently developed from medical research using advanced and innovative technology that is just now available in the medical field. There have been several recent studies published, including one in the Dermatologic Surgery, that reported successfully completed trial by physicians in Italy. This trial proved that PRP therapy, not only stimulated new hair growth, but reduce the effects of hair thinning. Some of the major, clinically proven, benefits of PRP therapy are that it is an all-natural option and a completely noninvasive procedure.
PRP Hair NJ: How Does It Work?
The first step to reversing hair loss is to regenerate the scalp tissue. PRP therapy has the ability to restore growth factors in the blood that directly contribute to new and healthy scalp tissue including stimulating mesenchymal stem cells and autologous blood products. Hair follicles will immediately star to produce new hair growth once this step is successful.
In the published trials, the safety and risk associated with PRP therapy has also been discussed. The medical community overwhelmingly agrees that this product is one of the safest and effection cosmetic hair growth procedures available today. Scientists have praised PRP therapy as being a revolutionary solution to hair loss and restoring new hair growth. Although these publications rave about the effects of PRP, the procedure is still in early stages of scientific search and has not received subsequent approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
PRP therapy should not, at this point in time, be used as a replacement for options like DHT blockers such as Propecia and Minoxidil which are FDA approved remedies. Research is showing that PRP is still a very promising option that many people should be able to have as an option for dealing with hair loss.
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