FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT DOES PRP-EXOSOME THERAPY ENTAILS?
Platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) is a three-step procedure for treating hair. It entails taking blood, processing it, and injecting it back into the patient's scalp. Plasma is a key component of blood, and it's made up of a variety of different elements like red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
The use of a patient's own blood, also known as an autologous transfusion, removes any adverse reactions associated with blood transfusions. The platelets are separated from the other blood cells through a process called centrifugation, which raises the platelet concentration in the plasma. Finally, this platelet-rich plasma is injected into the scalp, assisting in the formation of new blood vessels, resulting in more youthful, fuller and regenerated hair follicles.
WHICH PATIENTS ARE NOT SUITABLE TO PRP-EXOSOMES HAIR TREATMENTS?
Even though it is suitable for almost anyone who wants to prevent (or regain) hair loss, some people may not be good candidates for platelet-rich plasma therapy.
If you have a medical condition that causes hair loss, for example, you might want to ponder about PRP or exosome treatment. Anyone with thyroid or lupus illnesses, such as hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, falls within this category.
PRP treatment should also be avoided by persons who have clotting or bleeding disorders. These conditions can also reduce the efficiency of PRP therapy due to their effects on platelet quality.
HOW MANY SESSIONS OF EXOSOMES WILL I NEED?
Exosome therapy for hair loss is performed as a one-time treatment. In 3-6 months, your initial effects should be fully visible, and from there, we can determine when it would be a good time for you to come in and upkeep the treatment if required.
Your genetics will determine how long the effects will endure. Patients with more severe hair loss genetically will require more frequent visits. It all relies on your body, and we assess each case individually.
WHAT CAN EXPECT FROM THE TREATMENT?
Until the day of treatment, exosomes are preserved frozen. They must be utilized within a few hours of being thawed. A relatively small amount of normal saline is used to rehydrate them. After that, the exosomes are injected into the scalp. Topical numbing is used to make the treatment process more comfortable. Anti-inflammatory drugs should be avoided after treatment. Additional recommendations will take into account each patient's individual requirements and will be informed during the initial consultation.
IS EXOSOME HAIR THERAPY THE SAME AS STEM CELL THERAPY?
Exosomes and stem cells are not the same thing, despite the fact that they are commonly mistaken. Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the power to transform into any type of cell in the body. Exosomes, on the other hand, are biological messengers that transport information from one cell to the next. While stem cells and exosomes are not the same, they are closely connected because stem cells create a large number of exosomes that perform a range of functions, including hair regrowth.
WHERE CAN I GET EXOSOMES TREATMENT FOR HAIR LOSS IN BROOKLYN?
At StudioMD Medical Aesthetics & Wellness Centers we work only with the best and most effective regenerative therapies to deliver natural-looking results. Our Exosomes Hair Rejuvenation therapy uses only the highest-quality regenerative ingredients, such as exosomes, growth factors, and hyaluronic acid, to stimulate new hair growth in as little as two months. Our team of hair specialists can help you learn more about our hair loss treatment options, including exosomes, PRP therapy, FUE transplants, Red Light Therapy and Rx Products. So don’t wait any longer and schedule a consultation today at our Brooklyn location on 32 Court Street.