A small amount of your blood is drawn from your vein.
Your blood is placed in a PRP vial and spun in a special centrifuge to separate your platelets from red and white blood cells.
Platelet-rich plasma appears as a clear yellow serum after it is separated from the darker components made mostly of red blood cells. Calcium chloride (CaCl) is added to the PRP and activates the organic growth factors.
Dr. Stoller injects the pre-determined areas of concern based on your consultation.
PRP is natural. Mimicking the body’s natural healing response; Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy gets that PRP to the area of concern a little faster than your body would on its own*.
When PRP is injected during your hair transplant, it has been shown to speed up the healing process, which, will assist with new hair growth*.
PRP causes miniaturized hair follicles to become healthier and larger, producing more robust hair growth*.
PRP has also regrown hair in alopecia area, eyebrows and other patient cases with non-hereditary hair loss*.
*Individual results may vary.