Selphyl Hair Restoration: The Best PRP Therapy You’ve Never Heard Of
The human body is a remarkable piece of machinery. From its ability to grow, change and continuously adapt over time, to its incredible ability to continue to heal itself, and employ methods of self-rejuvenation to fight against the wear and tear of everyday life, and the ever-unbeaten, father time. In the body’s never-ending quest to continue to rejuvenate cells the human blood cells play a key role, as it not only circulates vital oxygen and nutrients throughout the body, but it also disperses several growth factors, stem cells, and the high-value components that are seemingly essential to both the healing, and regeneration of our body’s tissue(s). Working, with the idea in mind, that the platelets found within the blood are known to release a variety of factors in response to injury or when the body is trying to regenerate tissue – similar to that of PRP therapy used in Dr. Swift’s Selphyl Hair Restoration procedures.
Now with platelet rich plasma (PRP) that is harnessed from one’s own blood, we have the potential to enhance the body’s natural capacity for healing and tissue regeneration. For many years, the technology has had success in many orthopedic applications – amongst high-intensity, professional athletes such as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James, in an effort to enhance connective tissue and improve the results of surgical procedures and arthritic issues. After this method of use has been found to be quite effective, we are seeing patient’s achieve similar results within the skin and cosmetic tissue regeneration.
The important thing for us to understand is that the skin is not only the largest organ of the entire human body, but it also has some of the fastest and most efficient cellular turnover and regeneration rates of any area of the body at all. Using such logic, when we get a small cut on our finger or hands, it is able to regenerate fairly quickly, without much of a second look. Often, we will have forgotten all about the cut, before giving it any more possible attention. Now, using such logic, it stands to reason why harvesting platelet-rich plasma from within the blood will offer such effective results, especially when combined with Calcium chloride, as it is within the Selphyl hair restoration system. And when it comes to PRP in general, scientists and cosmetic enhancement specialists, are most excited by the affect it has shown to have in the world of hair restoration. By injecting PRP into the scalp of men and women with mild to moderate hair thinning, we can thicken the existing hairs and increase overall density thus harnessing the power of our own natural cell stimulants found in our blood.
Selphyl is the most advanced and commonly used PRP isolation system to date. Performed in a 30-minute office visit, your blood sample is drawn and the clear platelet rich liquid within an advanced fibrin matrix is isolated so that the subsequent injection is concentrated providing the greatest opportunity for tissue response*. The small blood draw, the platelet processing, and subsequent injections are all performed during the same office session without any downtime whatsoever. The treatment program for hair loss generally involves 3 sessions spaced 4-6 weeks apart*. Often by the 3rd session patients will notice the effects of treatment with maximum benefit seen within 6-12 months*. Maintenance treatments are usually recommended at 6-month intervals to maintain positive results*. The treatment can be combined with all other hair regeneration modalities including both topical and oral therapies*. Patients return immediately back to their daily activities without limitation.
By understand the effect the Selphy hair restoration system has on the hair follicle cells, and its ability to essentially bring them “back from the dead” – it is easy to see why there is so much hype surrounding not only PRP therapy as a whole, but the Selphyl brand of PRP – which offers a cleaner, detoxified version of PRP known as PRFM. For more information about PRP therapy or Selphy Hair Restoration NYC, be sure to contact Dr. Richard Swift today.