Medical Spa located in Bethesda, MD
Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP therapies are increasingly popular treatments that use growth factors and stem cells taken from your own blood to grow collagen, which accelerates joint healing, stimulates hair growth, and improves a host of skin conditions such as stretch marks are acne scars.
PRP treatments can also be used for facial rejuvenation, either alone, or in conjunction with hyaluronic acid fillers, to improve the appearance of tear troughs under the eyes and plump stubborn lines and folds around the mouth and nose.
We offer PRP Microneedling, pure PRP injections for skin rejuvenation, and a blend of PRP with Hyaluronic Acid dermal fillers to support cellular regeneration and repair.
PRP Microneedling for Hair Loss
Statistics suggest that hair loss affects millions of men and women in our country. If you are one of them, chances are you are looking for a solution that will meet your needs. We are proud to offer an emergent treatment that has quickly developed a proven track record of success: PRP therapy.
Kaizen MediSpa’s most popular treatment is a simple and natural non-surgical treatment for hair loss in men and women.
How does PRP work for hair restoration?
The primary purpose of PRP treatment for hair loss is to stimulate activity in the hair follicles. This may prompt an active phase of hair growth in follicles that have become inactive. PRP injections into the scalp may also support the active phase of newly implanted hair follicles. This occurs through the action of various growth factors. The treatment is safe and gives reliable results, with a quick recovery period and no downtime.
PRP injections can be effective in treating hair loss, both in preventing hair loss and promoting new hair growth. PRP can also aid in the stimulation of hair growth after hair transplants. When it comes to hair loss, the theory is that your own platelets, injected deep into the scalp to reach the bottom of the hair follicle, may stimulate a specialized population of cells named dermal papilla cells, which play a critical role in hair growth.