How does PRF hair restoration work?
The human blood contains numerous components, including red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, plasma, and fibrin. The platelets and fibrin, in turn, contain growth factors, the body’s most essential healing components. When you’re wounded or injured, your body increases blood circulation to the injured area to send growth factors that facilitate clotting and cellular regeneration. PRF hair restoration works by harnessing and catalyzing your body’s innate healing capabilities and mechanisms.
The PRF hair restoration procedure involves drawing a small sample of your blood to isolate the platelet-rich fibrin. The PRF is drawn into vials and injected into targeted areas on your scalp. The growth factors in the PRF increase blood circulation to the scalp, promote blood cell formation, stimulate cellular regeneration, and activate the dormant hair follicles. Once your dormant hair follicles are reactivated, you start growing healthier and dense hair.