How PRP Therapy for Hair Loss Can Stop Balding Progression

Are you looking for a way to stop baldness without surgery? PRP might just be the solution that ends your hair loss. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy offers a natural and nonsurgical option to combat balding by stimulating hair growth and preventing further hair loss. But before delving into PRP therapy, it’s important to understand the main cause of pattern baldness. 

What Causes Pattern Baldness?

Male or female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the leading cause of hair loss in men and women. It is influenced by genetics and hormones, particularly the levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the scalp. 

DHT causes hair follicles to shrink prematurely and produce thinner, shorter hair strands until they eventually stop producing hair altogether. This process typically affects the crown and frontal areas of the scalp, leading to a receding hairline and bald patches. 

What Is PRP Therapy for Hair Loss?

PRP therapy is a regenerative treatment that uses the patient’s own blood to stimulate hair growth. The process involves drawing a small amount of blood from the patient, which is then centrifuged to separate the platelet-rich plasma from other components. 

Platelets are tiny cell fragments in the blood that play a crucial role in wound healing and tissue regeneration. PRP directly counteracts the follicle-shrinking effect of DHT. 

How Does PRP Prevent Further Hair Loss?

There are many ways that PRP stops balding progression. First, the growth factors in PRP activate dormant hair follicles. This can help thicken existing hair and even regrow hair in thinning areas. 

PRP also increases blood flow to the scalp, making sure that hair follicles receive an adequate supply of oxygen, nutrients, and hormones. This improved circulation helps revitalize weakened follicles and prevent further hair loss. 

Lastly, PRP therapy contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation in the scalp, creating a healthier environment for hair growth.

PRP Hair Treatment Before and After Photos

Check out these unedited PRP results that Dr. Cooley has delivered for his patients. You can see the thickening of miniaturized hair, a significant improvement on the crown, increased terminal hairs, and impressive thickening of the hairline region. 

PRP’s Use in Hair Transplants

Dr. Cooley can add PRP as part of a comprehensive hair transplant plan to minimize hair loss and rejuvenate aging follicles. It can lead to thicker hair in thinning areas of the scalp, though it cannot fully revive bald spots or rebuild hairlines. Results vary among patients, with some experiencing long-lasting effects while others may require additional procedures. 

Am I A Good Candidate for PRP?

PRP therapy may be particularly beneficial for individuals in the early stages of hair loss. It may also be suitable for those with androgenetic alopecia, as it targets the root cause of the condition. Additionally, individuals who prefer a non-surgical and natural approach to hair restoration may find PRP therapy an attractive option. 

PRP Therapy Charlotte, North Carolina

Unlike other clinics, Cooley Hair Center offers a unique approach, usually requiring only one visit per year or every two years, rather than frequent appointments. Imagine the time and money you can save when you get your PRP treatment at our office. 

PRP therapy works best when combined with other treatments such as medicated products like Rogaine and Propecia for ongoing hair loss management, as well as hair transplants to restore hair in balding areas.

Dr. Cooley will use his wealth of knowledge and experience to come up with the best hair restoration treatment plan for you. Call us now to schedule a consultation at Cooley Hair Center. We serve patients in North Carolina, including Charlotte, Lancaster, Mint Hills, Matthews, Monroe, Gastonia, and more.