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Hair Restoration

Are you tired of dealing with hair loss and looking for a natural and effective solution? Discover the transformative benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) hair restoration. This cutting-edge procedure harnesses the power of your body's own platelets to stimulate hair follicles, promoting hair growth and thickness.

About PRP 

PRP, an acronym for "platelet-rich plasma," taps into the regenerative potential of your blood for accelerated healing, heightened growth factor stimulation, and increased levels of collagen and stem cells. These naturally occurring elements play a crucial role in maintaining a youthful appearance. In the context of PRP therapy, the concentrated growth factors are harnessed to aid in the rejuvenation of thinning hair, offering a natural solution to promote hair regrowth.

The PRP injection process involves three key steps:

  1. Your blood is drawn from your arm to initiate the therapy.

  2. The drawn blood undergoes centrifugation, separating it into three layers: platelet-rich plasma, platelet-poor plasma, and red blood cells. The concentrated PRP is extracted for use, while the remaining components are discarded.

  3. The PRP, also known as the "blood injection," is skillfully administered into your scalp using a syringe after the application of a local anesthetic.

How it Works

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Who Can Benefit from PRP

PRP injections offer versatile benefits for:

  1. Both men and women in addressing various factors causing hair loss.

  2. Individuals with androgenic alopecia or other forms of alopecia (male/female pattern baldness).

  3. A diverse age group (18 to 72 years) based on successful clinical trials.

  4. Those experiencing stress-induced hair loss.

  5. Individuals with recent hair loss, as timely intervention enhances efficacy.

  6. Those with thinning or balding hair (not completely bald), promoting growth in weakened follicles.

Pre-Procedure

  • Prepare your hair by shampooing and conditioning before the procedure to ensure cleanliness and eliminate grease and dirt. This creates a sterile scalp environment for the injections.

  • Have a nutritious breakfast and consume at least 16 ounces of water to prevent dizziness, fainting, or nausea during the procedure, especially since blood will be drawn. If getting blood drawn on an empty stomach makes you queasy, it's advisable to address this before your appointment.

  • Avoid using hair products such as hairspray or gel for a minimum of three days before your PRP injections to prevent potential side effects.

  • Refrain from smoking or heavy drinking before the procedure, as it may lead to disqualification due to a significant reduction in your platelet count.

Post-Procedure

  • Continue with your regular activities after PRP injections; there should be no incapacitation or inconvenience. Unlike some procedures, you won't experience drowsiness or fatigue.

  • Maintain your usual hair-washing schedule, unless the injection site is unusually irritated or painful.

 

  • Avoid coloring your hair or getting a perm for at least 72 hours following PRP injections. The potent chemicals may irritate the injection site, potentially leading to complications and heightened scalp discomfort.

Potential Side Effects

Be aware that there is a possibility of experiencing negative side effects after PRP injections. While most are not severe, it is advisable to consult your dermatologist if they persist or worsen. These potential effects include:

  1. Dizziness

  2. Nausea

  3. Scalp pain

  4. Irritation during the healing process

  5. Scar tissue at the injection site

  6. Injury to blood vessels

  7. Injury to nerves

How Effective is PRP?

Although case studies have demonstrated patient satisfaction with PRP injections in some instances, the benefits may not be universal. Individuals with chronic diseases and thyroid imbalances, for example, might not experience long-term results. Cosmetic surgery cannot address underlying issues, and hair loss may persist. In such cases, alternative treatments, some outside the realm of dermatology, may prove more effective. For thyroid disease, oral medications could be a more suitable resolution.

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Our Pricing

PRP Hair Restoration

Starting at *$600 Per Session

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