At Boston Center for Plastic Surgery, we understand the profound impact hair loss can have on an individual's self-esteem and enjoyment of life. We've seen numerous patients who, despite having various treatments, continue to struggle with this issue. We are proud to offer an innovative and effective solution–Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss.

What is PRP therapy?

PRP therapy is a revolutionary treatment that leverages your body's natural healing abilities to combat hair loss. It uses growth factors in your blood to stimulate hair follicles, promoting new hair growth and improving the health of existing hair. During a PRP therapy session, a small amount of your blood is drawn, processed to separate the plasma rich in platelets, and injected into areas of your scalp experiencing hair loss.

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How does PRP work for hair restoration?

The secret behind PRP's effectiveness lies in the platelets - blood cells that play a crucial role in healing processes. Platelets release growth factors that stimulate cellular regeneration and expedite tissue repair. When injected into the scalp, the serum can reactivate dormant hair follicles, leading to new hair growth.

PRP therapy increases the blood supply to the hair follicle, stimulates natural hair growth, and extends the growth phase of the hair cycle. It's a non-surgical, relatively painless procedure that can be completed within a couple of hours.

What are the benefits of PRP for hair loss?

PRP therapy provides several advantages for individuals grappling with hair loss:

  • Natural results: The therapy stimulates your own hair growth, leading to a more natural look. The results gradually develop over time, in line with your natural hair growth cycle.
  • Safety: Since PRP involves the use of your own blood, the risk of allergic reactions or infections is significantly reduced.
  • Minimal downtime: The procedure is performed at our medical spa and requires minimal recovery time, allowing you to return to your daily activities shortly after treatment.
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Why choose us for your PRP therapy?

Choosing Boston Center for Plastic Surgery for your PRP hair treatment means entrusting your care to a highly specialized group of board-certified professionals. Our team of plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and aestheticians ensures you receive the most appropriate, effective treatments in our well-equipped skincare and laser facility.

We prioritize patient satisfaction, utilizing the latest techniques to yield natural-looking results and provide a comfortable, positive experience. As leaders in facial rejuvenation in Boston, we stay current with the latest technologies and offer comprehensive services under one roof. Our founder, Dr. Leonard Miller, is an industry pioneer with over 35 years of experience. Choose us for world-class expertise, innovation, and a patient-centric, concierge experience.

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Schedule your consultation today.

If hair loss is affecting your confidence, don't hesitate to reach out. Schedule a consultation today to learn more about how PRP therapy can help you regain not only your hair but also your self-esteem. Please note that results may vary from person to person, and multiple treatments may be required for optimal results. Always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new treatment.


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Who is a good candidate for PRP?

PRP therapy can be effective for both men and women who are experiencing hair thinning or hair loss. However, it's most successful in individuals who are in the early stages of hair loss. A consultation with our experienced professionals will help determine if PRP therapy is the right solution for you.

How long does the procedure take?

A typical PRP session lasts about an hour, including preparation and recovery time.

What are the side effects of PRP therapy?

Some patients may experience temporary discomfort at the injection site, but severe side effects are generally rare.

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