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Does male or female pattern baldness, alopecia, or thinning hair affect your self-esteem and everyday mood? You’re not alone. Approximately 320 million Americans suffer from hair loss, and 20% of them are under the age of 30. The good news is there is a safe and reliable way to naturally enhance your hair growth. If your thinning hair is causing low self-esteem, emotional distress, depression, or anxiety, Orthopedic Associates of Dutchess County can help manage your hair loss with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment for hair restoration.

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?

Platelets account for about 1% of your whole blood. By extracting the platelets and a little plasma, we are able to create PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP is a nutrient-dense fluid that stimulates cellular regeneration within microenvironments like the hair follicles, skin, and also the joints. Platelets are robust cells that contain numerous growth factors, each of which is involved in certain cellular processes.

How Does PRP Work For Hair Restoration?

The PRP treatment stimulates growth in the hair follicles which may have become inactive. PRP injections into the scalp may also support the active phase of newly implanted hair follicles.

Why Choose Orthopedic Associates of Dutchess County for PRP Hair Restoration?

Dr. Richard Dentico, board-certified physiatrist at OADC, has extensive training in regenerative medicine (PRP and stem cells) treating musculoskeletal, sports, and orthopedics injuries. He will apply his knowledge, training, and experience to evaluate if PRP hair restoration is right for you and will create a plan based on your individual needs to deliver the best results possible.

Platelets account for about 1% of your whole blood. By extracting the platelets and a little plasma, we are able to create PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP is a nutrient-dense fluid that stimulates cellular regeneration within microenvironments like the hair follicles, skin, and also the joints. Platelets are robust cells that contain numerous growth factors, each of which is involved in certain cellular processes.

The PRP treatment stimulates growth in the hair follicles which may have become inactive. PRP injections into the scalp may also support the active phase of newly implanted hair follicles.

Dr. Richard Dentico, board-certified physiatrist at OADC, has extensive training in regenerative medicine (PRP and stem cells) treating musculoskeletal, sports, and orthopedics injuries. He will apply his knowledge, training, and experience to evaluate if PRP hair restoration is right for you and will create a plan based on your individual needs to deliver the best results possible.

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