PRP HAIR RESTORATION

Platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) for hair restoration is a treatment that uses your own blood to recharge your scalp and stimulate new hair growth. Your blood is drawn by standard blood draw, then put into a centrifuge where it is spun to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. The plasma, rich in platelets, growth and healing factors is then injected across the scalp at the level of the hair follicles. Historically, PRP has been used in orthopedic medicine, dentistry and reconstructive surgery to help speed up wound healing and recovery. Now it’s one of the most sought after treatment options for hair loss as it increases hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle. This procedure is unique because it uses your own tissue to rejuvenate without the use of medication or surgical intervention, significantly reducing the risk of complication or immune rejection.

BENEFITS:

  • THINNING HAIR
  • RECEDING HAIRLINE
  • EARLY HAIR LOSS
  • ALOPECIA

Frequently Asked Questions About PRP FOR HAIR RESTORATION

IS THERE A PREP PHASE BEFORE MY HAIR TREATMENT?

For a maximal harvest of good quality growth serum, patients typically undergo a few weeks of ‘prep’ prior to their treatment to ensure the serum extracted for injection is of excellent quality. PRP prep may include increasing water intake, increasing nutrient status with dietary modification, nutrient supplementation or IV Nutrient Therapy alongside supporting sleep, energy and stress levels. Although not everyone is a suitable candidate for PRP therapy, many patients are able to experience the results of treatment once they’ve addressed and improved upon underlying health issues. A consultation with Dr. Overton, ND is required prior to undergoing PRP therapy; this will help determine your eligibility for this treatment and allow her your plan your path to thicker, fuller hair.

WILL THERE BE DOWN TIME?

Patients may except minor swelling, bruising and redness for up to 3-4 days after their treatment. Often side-effects are mild and resolve quickly, however it is always best to plan your treatments around vacations and special events by at least 2 weeks.

How many sessions will I need?

This is something your doctor will determine during your consultation, based on the area to be treated and your aesthetic goals. Often a series of treatments is initially required, and regular treatments may be required to maintain your results. 

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