What’s So Impressive About PRP in New Jersey?
At Nova Medical Hair Transplant Clinic, we appreciate the incredible versatility of this leader in hair growth. We have many clients who want the safest, most natural treatment option possible. We also have patients who’ve taken hair loss medications such as Rogaine, and suffered unwanted side effects. Because of its stellar safety record and no risk of rejection or allergic reaction, it is a safe option for many who would otherwise not choose to have a product injection. PRP contains over 20, potent growth factors and cytokines, amplified by 5xs. The healing capacity your platelets naturally carry, work to increase cellular growth within hair follicles and to nourish new hair transplant grafts. It stimulates angiogenesis, ensuring ample blood and nutrient flow to tissues. It stimulates hair cells to multiply leading to thicker, denser and longer hair. Results have been measured at between 20-40% increase in growth after these treatments. Hairs which are in the dormant or resting state can be stimulated to action, increasing the anagen or growth phase of a hair follicle. Regardless of age, gender or where you are at in your hair rejuvenation journey, it’s worth giving us a call to set up your personal consultation appointment. We’ll be pleased to answer your questions and let you know if you can unlock the power for yourself.
What Can’t New Jersey PRP for Hair Loss Do?
First the not-so-good news. No matter how safe and natural, (and it is!)a cosmetic treatment is, not all procedures are right for everyone. In the case of this type of procedure, it solves many hair issues, but it won’t grow hair where no active hair follicles exist. For that reason, those who are completely bald, and in most hairless areas of the scalp, it will,unfortunately, not work its magic. Experienced hair restoration specialists can assess your scalp and recommend suitable treatments to match your goals. That’s why it’s essential to schedule an in-person consultation with us at Nova Medical Hair Transplant.