Art of Facial Surgery PRP for Hair Loss in Toronto
What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. It is a non-surgical treatment option for men and women with concerns of hair loss. This treatment is performed in an office/clinic setting to stimulate hair growth. PRP is drawn from the human blood. Human blood contains essential and specific growth factors that promote tissue regeneration and healing.
Your blood is drawn in our office similar to the routine blood test performed at a laboratory setting. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge where the PRP is separated from the rest of the blood. Once the PRP is drawn, it is injected into your scalp with a tiny needle that oscillates rapidly. This high concentration of platelets contains essential growth factors necessary to stimulate growth in the hair follicles. There is no pain during this process. Our patients can drive home after the treatment as no sedation is required during the treatment.
After the treatment, it is likely you may see tiny red dots but these will disappear in 24 hours. Any swelling is virtually unnoticed. Bruising is possible but extremely rare on the scalp. Most patients report that they are able to return to their daily activities the same day. After 4 hours you can wash your hair if you wish.
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What Our Clients Say:
I found the visit to Dr. Ellis’ office very pleasant informative and professional. I have complete confidence in Dr. Ellis and his kind staff. I would highly recommend him to any of my friends or associates.
I have Botox and facial fillers. I have had minimal or no bruising from procedures. I am very satisfied with the work I have had done. It freshens up my look without looking artificial.
Rhonda M.I have Botox and facial fillers. I have had minimal or no bruising from procedures
I have been coming to Dr. Ellis for over 40 years. He is always on top of the latest information regarding the skin and face, which he always takes the time to share with great patience.
Janet S.I have been coming to Dr. Ellis for over 40 years
Founding President of the Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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