August 24, 2018

PuraPlas™ (PRP) Hair Restoration

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What is PuraPlas™ platelet-rich plasma (PRP)?

PuraPlas™platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a medical treatment designed to treat the classic signs of hair loss and hair thinning. PRPcontains Growth Factors that boost the growth of hair follicle stem cells and revitalize the hair root foundation and aids in the body’s natural repair process to grow thicker and healthier hair.

How does PRP work for hair restoration?

The PuraPlas™ system uses your own blood to isolate plasma, where a concentrate of nutrients and platelets reside. The platelet rich plasma is injected into the scalp. Platelets are cells that naturally assist your body in healing and generating new tissue.Platelets also contain Growth Factors, which are involved in stem cell migration, and ultimately activate, rejuvenate and regenerate cells throughout the body. By isolating the platelet-rich portion of your blood and injecting it back into target regions, you are able to fight the signs of lost or thinning hair using your body’s natural biology.

What to expect during the PRP treatment?

The treatment begins with the patient’s blood being drawn. It is then spun in our centrifuge to remove the red blood cells from the gold platelet rich plasma (PRP). The gold PRP is then injected into various points of the scalp. Injections of PRP are full of growth factors to stimulate hair growth. The treatment takes approximately 10 minutes, with little to no downtime and patients can return to normal activities right away.Are you experiencing hair loss or hair thinning? Give our experts a call (604) 733-1669, or request a consultation to discover how PRP can help you achieve a thicker, healthier head of hair.

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