Who is a good candidate for scalp PRP?
If you are considering PRP for hair loss in Miami, you may be wondering if you are a suitable candidate for this procedure. Platelet-rich plasma is an appropriate treatment option for patients who experience varying degrees of hair loss. Thus, whether your hair is just beginning to thin or you have a receding hairline or bald spots, PRP can improve the density of your hair almost instantly. This procedure is best suited to patients who have androgenic alopecia, a permanent form of hair loss which affects both men and women.
In women, early signs of this condition include a widening part or a more visible scalp, while in man, this condition typically begins with a receding hairline and as it progresses, bald spots may appear at the top and back of the head. At Miami Hair Transplant clinic, we recommend that patients undergo frequent Miami PRP hair loss treatments to achieve optimal results. For most patients, this means scheduling one session per month for several months.
Although most patients begin to see an exciting transformation within a few months, it is essential to be patient during the recovery process, as the hair must go through its natural growth cycle. Initially, you may notice a reduction in hair shedding, indicating that hair loss has stopped. Within a few months, new hair growth will be evident, which will make your hair appear thicker and healthier. To maintain these results, patients are advised to continue undergoing PRP every 3-6 months on a long-term basis. Your hair loss specialist may also recommend the use of medications such as Propecia, or Spironolactone to support your hair’s regrowth. Topical medications which block DHT may also be prescribed to halt the progress of shedding. A combination of products is often ideal as PRP injections are believed to increase the benefits of alternative hair loss solutions.