Trending Hair Restoration include this Top Hair Loss Treatment
Do you suffer from hair loss? Are you suffering from hair loss, and had no success with home hair-growth remedies? Are you considering a Hair Transplant but want to try one more thing that might be effective and does not come via UPS from Amazon.com? There’s a solution that works for the right patient. Introducing a non-surgical hair loss treatment that causes no side effects and is all natural: PRP Therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma) for Hair Loss!
The featured patient below had Neograft Hair Restoration and PRP Therapy.
PRP Therapy for Hair Loss – Does it work? And What is it?
PRP is Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP is a natural blood derivative that can be used for hair restoration in men and women. (PRP has long been used in the Orthopedic and Dental Industry) PRP therapy is also popular in the Aesthetics world. Top Treatments for Anti-Aging include PRP and it seems to be specifically effective for Facial Rejuvenation (Vampire Facelift – Vampire Facial). PRP is Platelet Rich Plasma-derived from the patient’s own blood. Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and then the Platelets are separated in a machine called a centrifuge. It can be useful for patients suffering from mild to moderate hair loss. If you are completely bald or almost at “George Jefferson Status” it might be too late for PRP Therapy and may even be too late for FUE hair transplantation. It depends on the donor site and Dr. Finger would be able to determine what course of actions should be taken. Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is also suggested in combination with hair transplantation. PRP Therapy administered 2-4 weeks prior to the Hair transplantation can help the grafts heal into place. Physicians also use PRP to soak the grafts during the Neograft Procedure prior to implanting the graft into their new place. Read about NeoGraft a minimally invasive hair loss treatment that is permanent.
PRP Therapy for African American Women – Does this Top Hair Loss Treatment Work for Traction Alopecia?
Traction alopecia is a form of alopecia, or gradual hair loss, caused primarily by pulling force being applied to the hair. This commonly results from the sufferer frequently wearing their hair in a particularly tight ponytail, weave, and braids. Traction Alopecia is a common hair Loss cause in African American Woman. If the follicles are not to badly damaged PRP can wake up those wear or even dormant follicles. Traction Alopecia can often be treated with our Top Hair Loss Treatment called PRP!
Hair Loss affects millions of people in the U.S. What are the causes?
- #1 in Men Genetic Hair Loss – progressive and permanent – Male Pattern Baldness
- #2 in Women Genetic Hair Loss progressive can be permanent – Female Pattern Baldness
- Traction Alopecia #1 in African American Women – Due to tight hairstyles and constant pulling damaging the follicles – sometimes progressive can be permanent or temporary
- Aging – Can be permanent
- Stress – usually temporary
- Hormonal Imbalance in Women – can be progressive and permanent – temporary after pregnancy
- Traumatic Scalp Injury – can be permanent or temporary
- Side Effects Of Medication – usually temporary
- Nervous Habits/Anxiety – usually temporary
PRP Therapy For Hair Loss
PRP is injected in the area of hair loss after numbing the scalp. The injections contain at least 7-8 identifiable growth factors that stimulate healing improving collagen production, increasing blood flow to the area and stimulating weak follicles which can cause them to go into the growth phase. The procedure protocol varies for every patient. The reason for the variation in treatment protocol is due to a few important reasons. #1 reason is of, course, the physician’s preference and the cause of hair loss. Then there is the Female versus Male protocol. Why is this important when determining treatment? Well, there is a fine line when it comes to treating hair loss and causing shock hair loss when treating too aggressively.
It’s so hard to think that even a young person can lose their hair but this symptom due to genetics or illness is quite common. Many stress over hair loss which can aggravate the cause of their hair loss, so it is comforting to know that there is help for this common issue that is natural, painless and also cost-effective. Dr. E. Ronald Finger has helped many patients regain confidence and in re-growing healthy hair. Men and women now have the knowledge and access to the top non-surgical hair loss treatment, which is not only near to them but also natural, their own blood! This is revolutionary! Now, while this procedure solves a problem for many, it’s not a cure for hair loss, but rather a treatment. It is important to subscribe to annual check-up to access overall health and also seek medical advice as soon as you notice hair loss or other symptoms that accompany an illness or disease process.
Can Hair Loss Be Prevented?
The short answer in some cases yes. Traction Alopecia and Traumatic Alopecias, as well as hair loss caused by stress, can be prevented, treated and in most cases and even be reversed. A theory is that stress may cause hair loss by increasing the production levels of sex hormones in the body. Hair loss is stressful! So you are even more stressed about your hair loss that could be caused by stress, especially at a young age. If your hair has started falling out increasingly more as each year passes, it can lead to self-confidence issues. Whether it is the result of traction, a traumatic scalp injury, stress, poor diet, or hereditary issues, losing your hair is a uniquely difficult experience. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy represents one of the recent advancements in sometimes reversing hair loss completely, but only a qualified physician can make a medical diagnosis and suggest treatments.
ecia and Traumatic Alopecias, as well as hair loss caused by stress, can be prevented, treated and in most cases and even be reversed. A theory is that stress may cause hair loss by increasing the production levels of sex hormones in the body. Hair loss is stressful! So you are even more stressed about your hair loss that could be caused by stress, especially at a young age. If your hair has started falling out increasingly more as each year passes, it can lead to self-confidence issues. Whether it is the result of traction, a traumatic scalp injury, stress, poor diet, or hereditary issues, losing your hair is a uniquely difficult experience. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy represents one of the recent advancements in sometimes reversing hair loss completely, but only a qualified physician can make a medical diagnosis and suggest treatments.
Check out how to prevent hair loss when it comes to Traction Alopecia.
Genetic Hair Loss in Men
Male pattern baldness, also called androgenic alopecia, is the most common type of hair loss in men. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM), more than 50 percent of all men over the age of 50 will be affected by male pattern baldness to some extent. Male pattern baldness is usually linked to genetics or a family history of baldness. A physician may also perform a medical history to see if baldness is linked to an illness such as a fungal infection or a nutritional disorder. If hair loss begins at the temples or the crown of the head, you may have male pattern baldness. Some men will get a single bald spot. Others experience their hairlines receding to form an “M” shape. In some men, the hair will continue to recede until all or most of the hair is gone. PRP has been used to slow down this process, and in some cases of male pattern baldness, the hair loss was even reversed for a short period of time. Male Pattern Baldness is progressive and therefore will require a transplant sooner or later.
Hair loss in women accounts for most of their added stress and self-esteem issues. Reasons such as genetics, hormonal imbalance, poor nutrition, thyroid disease, age, vitamin B deficiency, weight loss, etc. contribute negatively overall to the well being as well as the healthy hair journey of most women. But there is no need to stress; there is help for a bump in the road. A committed staff member at Hair Restoration Savannah will help you with your hair restoration needs. Contact us today:
View this video of Dr.Finger explaining Neograft Hair Restoration for men and women. Though we are mostly talking about PRP Therapy in this article we want to provide an explanation for why Dr. F offers NeoGraft as well. Check out the amazing team page.
What Common Medications Are Used When Hair Loss Occurs In Men?
Men only: Minoxidil (Rogaine) is a topical medication applied to the scalp. Minoxidil slows hair loss for some men and stimulates the hair follicles to grow new hair. Minoxidil takes four months to one year to produce visible results. Hair loss often happens again when you stop taking the medication.
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*Patient Results are not guaranteed and Results vary from patient to patient. Article contribution by DGM Global – Ellen Jeanette Jackson and Candy C.Share