Hair Loss Treatment
Thinning or missing hair can be a great source of embarrassment. We understand just how much stock others place in your appearance and how quick people can be to judge. If you have thinning hair, you want to get that full, thick head of hair back again – and we can help.
Our PRP treatments can stimulate the hair follicles you thought were dormant, leading to increased hair growth and thicker, fuller hair! Whether you’ve recently had hair follicles implanted or you want to try to restart your natural hair follicles, our PRP treatment may be able to help. The growth factors in the platelets may be just what you need to bring those follicles (and your hair) back to life.
See for yourself how much better your life gets when you can fully enjoy your hair again. Give us a call today to learn more about our PRP treatments for hair loss.
Head Baldness Treatment
If you’re not too fond of the way you look without hair, you don’t have to worry anymore. Hair loss does not have to be your permanent new look. With recent advancements in head baldness treatments, you have many options, including platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment for hair loss. If you’re tired of the embarrassment and pain that comes with balding, let National Stem Cell Clinic help you achieve a new look.
Why Does Hair Loss Happen?
Why do some people have a full head of hair well into their 90s, but others start balding at age 30? Hair growth takes into account several factors. These include protein cells, productive follicles, oil, blood, and growth factors. Missing just one of these can begin the process of hair loss. Getting older, contracting a certain disease and other issues can trigger the loss of one of these elements. It generally begins with thinning hair and slow growth, and eventually comes to a complete stop.
How Can Stem Cell Treatment Alleviate Pain?
Sometimes associated with baldness is pain or itching of the scalp. When hair loss happens, it is typically due to unproductive follicles. Over time, or due to disease, the follicles start to close up. This prevents new hair growth from them. It’s thought that without hair in the follicles, the nerves send messages to the brain, which then feels pain similar to phantom pain
Irritation and itching are also common among those with hair loss and is often the result of a dry scalp. How can the National Stem Cell Clinic help with this pain and irritation? By bringing the hair back. Stem cell therapy for hair loss is a new procedure with promising results. Unlike other types of transplants, you can often use your own body tissue because hair loss is a natural, non-deadly issue. It’s safe, and it’s effective.
To begin the process, a punch biopsy is taken to remove stem cells. After the cells are separated, the cell suspension is injected into the areas you’re experiencing hair loss. Results vary from patient to patient, and several treatments may be required to complete the process. When hair does begin to grow again, the nerves stop sending messages of empty hair follicles to the brain. With proper hair care, the scalp dryness can moisten up, and it can have that protection from a full head of hair.
What is PRP Treatment and How Does It Work?
Another solution you may consider is platelet-rich plasma treatment for hair loss. PRP is a therapy in which we draw your blood, process it, and then inject it back into your scalp. What happens is the PRP triggers hair growth as the blood supply is increased. The follicles begin to produce hair again. The hair shaft thickens, and before long, you will start to see significant hair growth.
PRP is a process that requires eight to 12 weeks to complete. We conduct three sessions, each four to six weeks apart. Each session consists of a blood draw, a separation, and the scalp injection.
To learn more about hair loss and what you can do to treat it, contact the National Stem Cell Clinic. Between stem cell therapy and PRP treatment, you have options available to you that will take your hair growth to the next level. You don’t need to feel embarrassment or pain any longer. Give us a call today or fill in our online form and we’ll be in touch.