PRP treatments for patients with hair thinning and loss
At Cassie Lane Aesthetics, Richmond, Virginia area, men and women struggling with the thinning and loss of their hair may find that specific treatment can help restore hair and improve thickness over several months. Our team is pleased to offer popular PRP injections, using the body’s natural healing process to achieve thicker hair and combat thinning and loss.
What is PRP?
Cassie Lane describes PRP as a way of harnessing the body’s natural ability to heal and enhance. PRP stands for “platelet-rich plasma” and is separated from the patient’s blood sample. A blood sample is separated using a centrifuge, and the PRP is collected. It is then reinjected into the patient’s scalp to help with hair thinning and loss.
How long do PRP treatments take?
We encourage patients to schedule approximately one hour for their PRP injection treatments.
How often do I need PRP done to achieve the desired results?
Scalp PRP injections are used for thinning and lost hair and are often paired alongside an at-home treatment plan. With this in mind, most patients will want to have PRP treatments done in a series of three to six treatment sessions spaced a month apart to see the best results. We invite patients to have an evaluation done by our team to determine the number of sessions appropriate for the severity of the patient’s hair thinning and loss.
What other areas can PRP be used?
We also find that patients with hollow or dark tear troughs. The undereye area is often an area of concern for both men and women. The PRP is blended with a dermal filler and then injected into the delicate area to help fill hollows under the eyes and improve the darkness common in this area.
How do I learn more about PRP injections as a hair loss and thinning treatment?
Call (804) 913 2262 to schedule an appointment with our team of professionals at Cassie Lane Aesthetics to find out if you are a good candidate for PRP injections. Our office is conveniently located in Richmond, VA, and welcomes new and returning patients.