PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma Centerfuge

Platelet Rich Plasma
(PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Hair Loss Treatments
for Men and Women in Nashville

Reinvigorate Dormant Hair Follicles and
Promote New Hair Growth

HPIHair Partners Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that is performed in our clinic by an experienced medical professional. PRP uses your bodies own growth factors, found in plasma, to enhance stimulation of new hair growth. Because PRP is collected from your own blood, it is 100% natural with no risk of allergic reaction or rejection.


How does
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment work?

Our blood plasma contains active growth factors which can promote hair growth. These growth factors have been extremely effective resulting in a fuller, healthier looking head of hair.


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Blood Components used in PRP

During your PRP session, a blood sample is collected and spun in a centrifuge that separates the PRP, platelet poor plasma (PPP), and red blood cells. A numbing agent is used for comfort and a thin needle is used to inject the PRP into the scalp with a special blend of vitamins. After your PRP session, microneedling can be preformed and the PPP can be applied for additional growth benefits.


For maximum efficiency, we recommend a series of 3 PRP treatments, 6-weeks apart. Maintenance therapy includes one PRP session every 3-6 months. A follicular scan and photographs will be taken to track progress. PRP can be used in conjunction with appropriate medications and low light laser therapy. Individual results may vary.

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Before, Pre treatment and PRP

Baseline

Linda, after treatment and PRP

6 months post
6 month post Hair & Scalp Treatments

Before treatment and PRP

Baseline

21 week post treatments and PRP

4 ½ months post
Hair & Scalp Treatments

PRP for Hair Growth Study Results

PRP for hair growth is a relatively new procedure for the management of different types of alopecia, with androgenic alopecia (female and male pattern baldness) being the most common. In a study conducted by Khatu, More, Gokhale, Chayhan, & Bendsure (2014) PRP was found to be highly effective in the regrowth of hair with a high patient satisfaction rate. Over a 12-week period, the average gain of hair follicles per cm2 was 22.09.

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Meet our PRP Provider

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Jessica Frazier, RN

Jessica Frazier was born and raised in Nashville TN. She graduated with a degree in education from University of Tennessee- Chattanooga in 2012. After a year of teaching, she quickly realized that although she had a passion for education, it was nursing that was her calling. A year later she began her journey to get her nursing degree. Jessica graduated from the University of Tennessee- Knoxville with a BS in Nursing in 2015. She has spent the last four years of her nursing career working with the pediatric population at Green Hills Pediatric Associates and Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital. Jessica has a passion for patient education and helping people reach their max potential. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband and daughter, traveling, exercising, and serving her community.