PRP TherapyPlatelet Rich Plasma Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy or PRP Therapy is an excellent non-surgical option for hair restoration. PRP Therapy has been proven to repair damaged hair follicles and make them healthy enough to produce thick strands of hair, while reversing hair loss.
What does the PRP Therapy process entail?
PRP Therapy is a very simple non-surgical procedure that involves minimal discomfort, no sedation, zero recovery time and is 100% safe when done properly.
First, our onsite medically qualified and PRP certified specialist will draw your blood. Your own blood is then spun in our Harvest centrifuge in order to separate the platelet rich plasma.
Lastly, an anesthesia block is administered to the nerves of your scalp and the platelet rich plasma is strategically injected into your scalp. Your own platelets begin repairing the damaged follicles. It’s that simple. All procedures are performed in our surgical suite.
Not all PRP procedures are created equal
Like anything else, when a product or procedure becomes successful it often is imitated but not necessarily duplicated. At Genesis II, we are the only hair replacement studio in the Greater Syracuse area offering Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy with a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
We use a Harvest Centrifuge which has been proven to spin fast enough to spin out the T-Cells and platelet rich plasma to help initiate optimal hair growth. We never use growth factors, we only use your own platelet rich plasma, nothing else.
Who is the best candidate for PRP?
PRP therapy is suggested in many different circumstances. If you are not a candidate for surgery or would like to avoid surgery, it is an excellent alternative. The choice is a personal decision and should be made together with your hair loss consultant after careful research and consideration. All PRP candidates must be in good general health.
What are the success rates for PRP?
PRP therapy results vary for each patient. There are no guarantees of success, but preliminary studies show that many patients do respond well to PRP therapy.