PRP for Hair Loss (e.g. Balding)
At Bay Street Medical, we’re not only good at reducing hair, we can also help you grow it back!
We at Bay Street Medical can help you to prevent further hair loss and regrowth of your lost hair by using your own blood through a special treatment which is known as Platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
Call us on 9676 8888 to make an appointment with one of our doctors to learn how PRP can help you to replace your missing hair and prevent further hair loss.
PRP treatments are a new medical technology used in the treatment of hair loss, musculoskeletal injuries as well as for skin rejuvenation.
To grow a hair, a hair follicle needs to be alive and receiving a healthy supply of blood. Therefore, if the hair follicle is present, PRP can assist in regrowing and promoting a healthier and stronger hair.
PRP Benefits for Hair Loss :
PRP treats following forms of alopecia: andro-genetic alopecia, alopecia areata, alopecia barbae, early stages of traction alopecia, anagen effluvium, scarring alopecia and telogen effluvium
PRP prevents further hair loss, and slow down the rate of thinning.
PRP prepare the region for a hair transplant procedure (if you are planning one)
PRP accelerates the recovery of the hair & skin following a hair transplant procedure
PRP reduces the visibility of scarring in the scalp
What is involved?
Each patient responds to PRP differently.
– It is recommended to have 3-5 x Initial PRP Treatments with 1-4 weeks between each session
– To maintain the results, a PRP treatment is recommended every 2-6mths.
Who can benefit from PRP?
– Men or Women in “good general health” experiencing hair loss & thinning hair
Other benefits of PRP:
Sun damaged and prematurely aged skin,
Dark circles under eyes,
Tear troughs/hollowness under eyes,
Sagging skin on neck/jawline,
Crêpey/ weathered hands,
Full face rejuvenation,
Décolletage fine lines and wrinkles.
PRP can be used to treat sports injuries such as:
- Tennis or Golfer’s elbow
- Achilles tendinosis
- Shoulder Injuries (bursitis, rotator cuff, frozen shoulder, etc)
- Knee meniscal tears
- Knee or Hip osteoarthritis