One good way to learn more about the PRP for hair Bellevue treatment is to skim through frequently-asked questions regarding the procedure. The following are some of the most commonly-asked queries about the Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment:
- How is the Platelet-Rich Plasma hair treatment done?
PRP specialists initially withdraw blood from the patient and spin the extracted blood using a centrifuge machine. The clear fluid part (PRP), which is separated through the centrifugation process, is then injected into the patient’s scalp.
- How does PRP treatment work?
PRP is richly saturated with platelets, a blood component made up of proteins, that is responsible for the healing of damaged cells and tissues. Once the PRP is injected to a site that needs it the most, it will facilitate speedy healing and rejuvenation.
- How long does the PRP session take?
The entire procedure usually takes around 30 to 60 minutes and is carried out only by certified PRP experts at the Skintegrity Med Spa.
- Is the procedure painful?
There will be little pain and discomfort once PRP is injected into the scalp but for patients with low pain tolerance, they can ask for anaesthesia before it will be administered.