Hair Restoration With Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

HAIR LOSS THERAPY
PRP Therapy is the most exciting new advancement in the treatment of men and women’s hair loss. PRP has been found to improve hair health and regrow hair. PRP can be effective in the treatment of Androgenic Alopecia, Alopecia Areata, and Traction Alopecia.


    PRP THERAPY Frequently Asked Questions
  • Your body is full of natural growth factors and stem cells that are activated by platelets to assist your body in wound healing and cell regeneration. PRP Hair Regrowth Therapy utilizes these natural growth factors and stem cells by isolating the platelet rich portion of your blood. This concentration of platelets, and therefore concentration of growth factors, is up to ten times greater than normal. PRP stimulates new hair growth by re-activating dormant follicles and heals the follicle at a cellular level, which results in healthier thicker hair.

  • PRP has been around for over 20 years. It is used for its wound healing capabilities in various medical specialties including cardiovascular surgery, orthopedics, sports medicine, dermatology and other medical specialties. PRP was first utilized to treat hair loss in 2004, however it is not until recently that studies have shown its full potential in treating hair loss.

  • PRP is very safe and has limited side effects. In every study done completed for the use of PRP as a treatment for hair loss there has never been any significant negative side effects found.

  • PRP is a simple non-surgical treatment that is performed in the office and takes 90 minutes to complete. We take a small amount of your blood and isolate the growth factors and platelets. We then micro-needle and inject the now concentrated growth factors and platelets into your scalp to treat your hair loss.

  • We recommend 1 treatment every 4 to 6 weeks for a total of 3 treatments. It usually takes 3 to 6 months to see initial growth of the hair, but up to a year to see maximum benefit. However, many people will start to see new growth much sooner.

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