PRP HAIR RESTORATION $2000

For package of 4 treatments
Treatment Information

PRP non-surgical hair restoration is a unique minimally invasive procedure that uses platelet rich plasma extracted from your own blood. It is gently injected into the vascular layer of the scalp to naturally stimulate hair regrowth and increase overall hair density. It’s time to regain your mane!

IMPORTANT: Can only be purchased as package
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What's Inside?

Platelet rich plasma is not only rich in platelet cells but also numerous growth factors that play a role in tissue growth, healing, and regeneration. These specific growth factors include: Transforming growth factors beta (TGFB), Platelet-derived growth factors (PDGF), Insulin-like growth factors (IGF), Vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGF), Epithelial growth factors (EGF), and Fibroblast growth factors-2 (FGF-2).



PRP HAIR RESTORATION

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Platelet rich plasma contains growth factors, including VEGF, that acts to help stimulate overall hair regeneration by increasing blood flow to the follicles.
With PRP for hair restoration, the plasma is injected into the scalp at the hair follicle.
The growth factors and stem cells associated with regrowth work together to reverse the miniaturization of the hair follicle, increasing hair count and thickness.
It also jumpstarts dormant hair back into the growth stage.
BENEFITS
  • Increased blood supply to hair follicles.
  • Decreased hair loss.
  • Increased hair thickness.
  • Minimally invasive and cost effective compared to surgery.
SIDE EFFECTS

There are no adverse reactions since this procedure uses your own blood.

Immediately following the procedure, the most commonly reported temporary side effects are redness, swelling, bruising, tenderness, tingling, numbness, lumpiness, and/or a feeling of pressure or fullness at the injection sites and/or in the treated area(s). Cold gel packs/ice may be gently applied immediately after treatment to reduce swelling.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

A medical history of metastatic conditions like cancer or disease is one of the most important PRP injection contraindications. Patients with these conditions might have blood that is infected with cancer cells. This factor is especially true for patients that have hematopoietic cancer or cancer of the bone marrow. For this reason, their blood cannot be used for PRP therapy. Other contraindications to PRP include:

  • Low Platelet count: The blood must have a platelet count of at least 105/ul.
  • Insufficient Hemoglobin or Low HGB count: The patient must not be anemic, and the blood must have at least 10 g/dl of hemoglobin.
  • Low Fibrinogen count: Fibrinogen is a part of the platelets in the blood and acts as the key component of the PRP serum. Patients must have a normal count of 200–400 mg/deciliter of fibrinogen in the plasma. If the levels are lower than this minimum range, the blood cannot clot normally.
PRP Who is PRP hair restoration good for?

Anyone experiencing hair loss is a good candidate for our PRP hair restoration treatments. It is ideal for patients with Androgenic Alopecia (genetic hair thinning), as it can significantly actg to slow down the effects by working to increase hair density.

Hair restoration PRP What can I expect?

Optimal results are seen after 4-6 consecutive treatments, once per month. Maintenance treatments are suggested yearly after the initial treatment phase is completed. The very first result typically seen is decreased hair shedding, followed by early re-growth and increased hair length.

Restoration Hair PRP How long does the PRP hair restoration procedure take?

The entire procedure takes about 30 minutes.

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