Have you been asking yourself: How far back can a receding hairline get? Or, what can I do about hair loss during menopause?
Whether you’re a man or woman experiencing hair loss, we have good news for you: recent studies validate PRP Hair Loss Treatment as a way to naturally regrow your thinning hair. In just a few nonsurgical, minimally-invasive treatments over the course of a year, you can halt and reverse your hair loss.
What is PRP Hair Loss Treatment?
This exciting new treatment for hair loss involves injections to the scalp to stimulate hair follicles regrowth. Using a small sample of your own blood, we isolate your platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which contains an abundance of biologically active growth factors and apply it to the affected area of your scalp. The concentrated application of PRP initiates growth activity in your hair follicles resulting in new, stronger, and natural hair.
Photos of PRP Hair Loss Treatment Progression
How is it different from other types of hair loss treatments?
Many women and men experiencing noticeable hair loss try supplements and topical treatments first- with understandably poor results: supplements aren’t proven to be effective on hormonal and age-related hair loss, and shampoos may show only minor improvement after a year of treatment. Until now, the only other alternative was surgical hair restoration. Unlike surgery, PRP Hair Loss Treatment is less costly, less invasive, and works with your body’s organic systems to quickly give you natural-looking results with fuller, thicker hair.
How many PRP Hair Loss Treatments will I need?
For best results, we recommend beginning with two treatments in a 3-month period of time. Some individuals need more than two treatments. Annual follow-up treatments may be needed for some individuals and individual results vary.
What does a PRP Hair Loss Treatment entail?
To obtain the PRP, we draw a blood sample from you, use a centrifuge to isolate the platelet-rich plasma, then activate it. We inject the PRP solution to the affected areas of your scalp by one of two methods: microneedling and/or direct injections. Each treatment takes between an hour to an hour and a half. Local anesthesia at the injection site is used.
Who should give PRP Hair Loss Treatment a try?
If you’re embarrassed by the onset of hair loss, PRP Hair Loss Treatment can help you regain your youthful appearance and confidence.
Will PRP Hair Loss Treatment work for all types of hair loss?
The most common reason for hair loss is the type traced through the family tree: androgenic alopecia, a result of hormonal changes that occur as we age. Both men and women can experience androgenic alopecia, known respectively as male and female pattern baldness, and it’s estimated that 50% of adults will experience this type of hair loss by age 50.
Aging, stress, medical conditions, autoimmune conditions and even medications can all be a causes for thinning hair.
Fortunately, PRP Hair Loss Treatment has been tried and shown effective with many types of hair loss.