Thanks for posting that video Bart. I have been seeing the same results from a few of my PRP patients within the 2.5 month time frame.
What I think is happening is that the hairs in the target area are thickening up in caliber. At a growth rate of 1/2 inch per month, that can lead to a very signfiicant cosmetic results in even 2.5 months.
I'll ask Spex to post a couple of our PRP results in this thread when he gets the chance.
Thanks for sharing your PRP results and video with us.
Are there any ongoing studies with PRP? This means: Are you able to prove that patients that are treated with prp are better than without prp?
I am all for this type of treatment because theoretically and knowing molecular biology. If prp produces pronounced and increased release of growth factors... then increasing growth factors means increasing healing times of healing... ok great that is awesome! So my question is that are you ending up at the same place of healing? just faster? You still are scarring right? Just getting there faster.