What are PRP Injections for Hair Restoration?
If you’ve been losing your hair or you’re starting to notice that it’s thinning, you may be a good candidate for PRP Injections for Hair Restoration. This innovative treatment uses the power of your body’s very own platelets to encourage hair regrowth, leaving you with thicker, fuller, and healthier-looking locks. PRP Injections for Hair Restoration require no stitches, surgical incisions, or downtime – meaning you can get back to your life faster!
How Does It Work?
PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma, which holds the secret to helping you get lush, full hair again. To collect the platelets, we’ll withdraw a few tablespoons of blood and place it in a centrifuge; once cleansed, the platelets are added to a special growth-activating serum. This serum is key to activating the power of your platelets to encourage hair regrowth.
The formula is added to an injection device, where it is then injected in key areas of the scalp where hair loss is most evident. The platelets immediately get to work reinvigorating hair follicular growth. Over time and with enough treatments, hair grows back stronger and lusher than ever before.
Am I A Good Candidate?
You’re a good candidate for PRP Injections for Hair Restoration if you have thinning hair along your scalp line. PRP Injections may not be a good solution if you have already experienced significant hair loss.
How Long Does Treatment Take?*
A PRP injection treatment can take about 45 to 60 minutes, which includes the time it takes to collect your blood, cleanse the platelets, and inject them into areas where you’re experiencing hair loss.
What Results Will I See?*
Results include noticeable hair regrowth, especially within eight to twelve weeks after your last PRP injection treatment. The hair is completely natural and 100% yours – you can shower, swim, and even tug on it!
Is There Any Down Time?
There is no downtime after your treatment, but we do recommend that you avoid getting your hair wet for at least 24 hours after your PRP Injection session. Your treatment area may also feel a little tender and sore for a few days after treatment.