Platelet Rich Plasma with Extracellular Vesicles, including EXOSOMES
Being in the hair loss industry for 17 years I have seen a lot of hair loss treatments come into the market and out of the market just as fast.
I have been utilizing PRP for hair loss for the past 7 years and have seen great results. Tracking with photography is a huge component in treating clients, we look at the scalp every 12 weeks and take microscopic photos and digitals to compare how they are faring on the program.
We have seen a huge difference by adding in the SuperShot PRP process. We have seen a 50% increase in growth in some cases over just using standard PRP.
SuperShot® PRP is A More Complete Platelet Rich Plasma, that is Fast, Easy, & Autologous
In standard Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) centrifugation, potent biological agents are not isolated and concentrated, but are discarded with the Platelet Poor Plasma (PRP).
Blood plasma is rich in low density extracellular vesicles. Extracellular vesicles transport proteins and microRNAs that are essential for tissue regeneration, healing, vascularization, and rejuvenation.
Standard PRP centrifugation does not isolate extracellular vesicles and the important therapeutic molecules they contain within.
Using the SuperShot® PRP process, extracellular vesicles are quickly isolated and incorporated into your PRP, resulting in a more complete PRP therapy.
SuperShot® PRP is:
Fast: It adds just one spin—of only one minute—to the PRP preparation process.
Easy: It requires minimal training and no additional equipment.
Autologous: It isolates key molecules from the patient’s own plasma.
SuperShot® PRP means more extracellular vesicles. Low-density extracellular vesicles (EVs) are isolated from platelet poor plasma during this process. Distinct types of EVs are isolated and added to PRP. 845 billion unique extracellular particles (169B/mL) with an average diameter of 130nm were isolated from 5cc of platelet poor plasma by the SuperShot® process.
Extracellular vesicles in the plasma carry potent biologically active molecules including non-coding microRNAs. MicroRNAs are critical signaling components during wound healing, tissue regeneration, and neo-vascularization. The SuperShot® PRP process enables the isolation of low-density EVs, increasing their concentration in PRP, and the important microRNAs they carry within.