What Hair Loss Treatments Can Help With Androgenic Alopecia?

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Androgenic alopecia can result in bald spots at the top of the head, thinning hair, and a receding hairline. Unfortunately, over-the-counter hair restoration products fail to cover these areas or provide the results patients want. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for hair loss is a new and innovative treatment shown to stimulate hair growth.

So, what are PRP injections, and how do they work? Dr. Matthew Kohler is proud to offer this cutting-edge hair loss solution to patients in New York City, NY. Below, we explain what causes androgenic alopecia and why so many people choose platelet-rich plasma at Ospina Medical.

What causes androgenic alopecia?

Also known as pattern hair loss, androgenic alopecia occurs when androgens (sex hormones) impact the hair follicles. While this kind of hair loss is commonly seen in men, it can affect women as well. Genetics is the primary cause of androgenic alopecia, which is why it often runs in families.

Many drugstore products can slow down and even stop thinning hair, but they won't reverse hair loss. Other individuals are uninterested in invasive surgical treatments like hair transplants. If you have issues like bald spots and want an effective way to achieve thicker, fuller hair, platelet-rich plasma may be the answer.

How does PRP work?

We understand that hair loss is a sensitive subject for many people. This is why we offer natural solutions like platelet-rich plasma. This treatment uses the patient's own blood to promote hair growth. Our blood contains high levels of growth factors and proteins that promote cell regeneration.

Ospina Medical begins the PRP process with a simple blood draw from your arm. The blood is then placed in a centrifuge, which spins it to separate the plasma from the other cells.

Once the platelet-rich plasma is isolated, it's injected into the scalp in areas where hair loss is evident. The growth factors and proteins stimulate inactive follicles to enter the growth phase, resulting in thicker and healthier-looking hair over time. We use a local anesthetic to ensure your comfort during the short PRP injection process.

Is PRP right for my hair?

Platelet-rich plasma is an ideal treatment for people in New York City, NY with PRP for androgenic alopecia, but it may not be suitable for everyone. Please inform our team about any current medical conditions and medications that affect your blood or ability to heal.

During a consultation at Ospina Medical, Dr. Kohler can assess your case and determine if PRP could meet your needs. We then create a custom plan for your care.

Can you combine PRP with other treatments?

Platelet-rich plasma may be combined with microneedling or topical medications for even better hair restoration results. These treatments can be done at our office for your convenience. Our goal is to help you achieve your desired outcomes through minimally invasive methods.

Try PRP for hair restoration

Thinning hair and bald spots can be a confidence killer. Now, there is no need to suffer any longer. Ospina Medical, located in New York City, NY, offers PRP injections to encourage natural growth and a fuller head of hair.

Dr. Matthew Kohler is an expert in this field and has helped countless people with androgenic alopecia find the relief they need. Find out if you are a candidate by calling today for a hair loss consultation.

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