Non Surgical Hair Restoration
Hair Loss - Hair Restoration with PRP and MD Pen
At TRC, we are no stranger to PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) for skin rejuvenation skin treatments. PRP, combined with use of the Eclipse Micropen, is an exciting non-surgical therapeutic option for patients who require stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions.
Recent scientific research and technology provides the medical community with new understandings of wound and tissue healing. As a result of these scientific studies, it has recognize PRP is an all-natural medical procedure performed in physicians’ offices for scalp, skin, and hair stimulation, along with use of the Eclipse Micropen..
Using the Eclipse MicroPen™ to stimulate the body’s healing capabilities, PRP therapy can harness the power of stem cells to reactivate inactive hair follicles. The process of PRP therapy begins by isolating the stem cells found within your own blood, making this particular technique of hair restoration a natural alternative to more invasive surgical procedures. In addition, PRP therapy can be combined with other non-surgical methods of hair restoration.
HOW DOES PRP WORK?
Human blood contains mesenchymal stem cells, and autologous blood products that contain essential and specific growth factors that assist in tissue regeneration and healing. Published medical literature from Europe and the United States confirms the safety and use of PRP therapy. It has been used a medial adjunct therapy for over two decades for skin and wound healing. PRP therapy has established itself to be effective as a medical treatment modality in the specialty fields of oral surgery, neurosurgery, plastic and cosmetic surgery, sports medicine and orthopedics. It has been used extensively in these specialties for the last twenty years with generally positive outcomes and success. In the field of hair restoration, evidence supports PRP therapy as a promising treatment option to promote hair growth. No claim can be made of its efficacy. While PRP is in the early stages of scientific research in hair restoration, PRP is not meant to replace current FDA approved therapies such as DHT blockers and Minoxidil. But it is a promising non-surgical therapeutic option for those patients with hair loss.