PRP Hair Treatment in Gurgaon

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PRP Hair Treatment in Gurgaon 2017-12-15T15:11:09+00:00

The natural way to grow your hair. PRP is platelet rich plasma, and the source of this material is your own blood that is drawn by venepuncture. First, PRP is prepared by centrifuging the blood and using the plasma derived from it, it is then injected using a fine needle into your scalp.

The treatment, while needs multiple sittings, is still worth it because the results are amazing.

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PRP Hair Treatment in Gurgaon
There are various conditions which could lead to hair loss in women. One of the most common causes of hair loss in women is Anaemia. The other conditions are Thyroid abnormalities, PCOD, Telogen effluvium etc.
The most common cause is Androgenetic Alopecia, which is the normal male pattern baldness.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is nothing but concentrated blood plasma which contains a much higher number of platelets as compared to normal blood. It also contains vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), platelet derived growth factor (PDGF) and numerous other growth factors and peptides that lead to rapid wound healing and hair re-growth. PRP is emerging as good treatment option for male pattern baldness ( Androgenetic alopecia ).
Young healthy males and females are the best candidates for PRP treatment. Patients with thin hair and areas of low hair density are ideal candidates.
The effects of PRP appear gradually over a period of few months. Once the effects are achieved they tend to stay.
PRP is a very safe therapy in the hands of an experienced dermatologist. If all aseptic precautions are followed the incidence of side effects is minimal.

PRP is beneficial for:

Alopecia/ Baldness
Facial rejuvenation
Anti aging
Post acne scars
Stretch marks
Ulcers

After a session of PRP you might feel a bit of discomfort and redness over the site of procedure. You should be able to resume your daily activities within the next couple of hours.
A vampire facial is a term with a lot of media hype around it due to the likes of Kim Kardashian and numerous other celebrities endorsing it. This is nothing but PRP done over the face for the purpose of achieving facial rejuvenation and anti-aging effects.
Autologous means derived from one’s own body. So all PRP is Autologous PRP.
These are a few contraindications:

Thrombocytopenia (low platelet count)
Anti-coagulation therapy (warfarin, dabigatran, heparin)
Chronic liver disease
Sepsis (Pre-existing infection)
Hypofibrinogenaemia
Haemodynamic instability