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Hair Loss in Men: Grow Hair Naturally and Affordably up to 80% with PRP

In recent years, PRP has become one of the most searched hair loss therapies on the internet, thanks to its convenience, affordability, and natural healing ability. But what is PRP? How does it work, and is it really as effective as described? Let’s take 5 minutes to check out these key points that you should know about this fantastic treatment.

What is PRP

PRP, standing for Platelet-Rich Plasma, is a medical treatment that uses nothing but a person’s own blood to promote their healing process. There are 3 steps involved in the treatment, including:

  1. A nurse will collect a small amount of blood (into a special PRP tube)
  2. The tube is placed into a centrifuge machine that spins. (During this process, the blood will separate into 3 distinctive layers. One of the layers will be PRP)
  3. PRP is injected into the hair loss areas or other injured areas, such as the face or injured tendons, ligaments, and muscles of other injured parts.

PRP Hair Loss Therapy Step Explanation

How does PRP work

Simply put, when you get injured by a cut, Platelets are the cells that clot your blood and tell your body’s tissue to heal and grow. Due to their healing functions, many fields of medicine have started utilizing Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) as a natural way to speed up recovery and promote the growth of healthier tissue in less time.

Doctors recently discovered the benefits of PRP for hair restoration by using your body’s natural growth factors to repair and stimulate new hair growth. Therefore, this is the most natural way to regrow your hair without medication or surgery.

66 year old male client before and after 2 PRP hair loss treatment

66-year-old male client before and after 2 PRP hair loss treatments at CADMEN Clinic

FAQS about PRP

Q. How long does PRP take?

A. Each appointment takes about 45 min.

Q. How many treatments will I need before I can see results?

A. About 3 sessions, each session is 1 month apart. However, this does depend on the health of the client.

Q. Is the procedure painful?

A. Most people would rate the pain only 2/10.

Q. Who administers the treatment?

A. A registered nurse. First treatment will have a consultation with a medical director.

Q. What is the recovery time after this procedure?

A. The best part about PRP is that there is no downtime or recovery process after PRP. It is best not to wash your hair or exercise for 48 hours after your treatment.

Q. How do I know if I am a candidate for PRP?

A. Every patient is different. We will let you know if you’re a candidate during a consultation.

Q. Does PRP cure advanced stage balding?

A. No, because PRP works on hair follicles that are still there. If the hair follicle is not present anymore, there is nothing to restore. This procedure is best to restore thinning hair, prevent or slow down balding.


For more information about PRP, feel free to contact our experts at (416) 843-0723 or CLICK HERE to book a free virtual appointment.

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