What is the percentage of hair be regrown with PRP?

i lost most of my hair ( now in M shape) and i want to regrow my hair for full. no matter how much the cost is!!!!

Doctor Answers 4

Hair loss

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PRP is an excellent treatment for hair loss. I would recommend getting an evaluation by a hair loss specialist.

PRP and Hair Growth

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For an accurate percentage of hair, there must be an evaluation of your current hair loss. By doing so, it can also be determine if you are a candidate for PRP or not. There are plenty of treatments for hair loss. On average, PRP effectiveness on an M shape hair loss depends on the amount of hair in donor areas and the number of required grafts will determine the cost. As a pioneer of Platelet-Rich plasma, I have dealt with countless patients who have experience positive growth of hair due to PRP.

John Kahen, MD
Beverly Hills Hair Restoration Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

PRP vs. Transplant

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Thanks for your question!  Without seeing photos, it is hard to recommend a successful treatment plan.  It sounds like you may be a better candidate for a hair transplant procedure in combination with the PRP.  Be sure to consult an experienced physician.  Best of luck!

PRP COSTS? ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS NJ

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In my opinion , you should be evaluated by a hair loss expert. You may be a candidate for PRP or a transplant or neither. They will perform a good consultation and exam and determine a treatment plan. Good luck.

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Jeffrey Rapaport, MD
Englewood Dermatologic Surgeon
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