Androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness is the most common form of hair loss in men, which is a genetic disorder. It can appear in younger men, but most often starts to appear between the ages of twenty and thirty.

In the beginning of hair loss, hair gradually becomes thinner and thinner, and with time baldness appears in the affected areas of the scalp. This type of hair loss can also appear in a smaller number of women in the later stages of life, usually during menopause when hormonal changes occur in the organism.

The main cause for this progressive type of hair loss is a genetically conditioned sensitivity of receptors in hair follicles to the active metabolite of the male sex hormone testosterone. Androgenic alopecia is a great social burden, especially if it appears at an earlier age, when it can lead to a reduction of self-esteem and depression.

In the PRP treatment of hair loss, our own thrombocytes and plasma are used, which is why there is no danger of our body rejecting the tissue or other side effects. Head doctor Lena Kotrulja, MD, a dermatovenereologist, says this method concentrates “good cells” from our own organism in affected areas of the scalp, thus stimulating hair growth, which results in the prevention of hair loss and renewed hair growth. The hairs become thicker, and the ingredients of the PRP and their products stimulate the formation of new cells and blood-vessels, repairing the scalp tissue.


Share This