How Does PRP for Hair Loss Work?
At the start of the treatment, one of our expert providers will draw a small amount of blood and spin it in a special FDA-cleared Eclipse centrifuge. Then, we’ll inject the PRP into the desired area. In most cases, you’ll need a series of 4 treatments then once per year for maintenance.
PRP for hair loss comes with a variety of significant benefits including more blood supply in the hair follicles, decreased hair loss, and thicker hair. If you have thinning hair, you’ll find that this treatment increases hair density by 30% to 40%.
Am I A Good Candidate For PPR for Hair Loss
You may be a good candidate for PRP hair restoration:
- If you have dormant hair follicles.
- If you are concerned with thin hair or hair loss.
- If you are facing a decrease in hair volume.
- If you wish to improve the look of your hair without surgery or downtime.
We do not recommend PRP for hair loss if you are on blood thinners or have had chemo in the last 5 years.
When Can I Expect to See Results?
After a PRP for hair loss treatment, you can expect increased hair growth, thicker hair, a receding hairline, and less hair loss over time. You can enjoy optimal results after four consecutive treatments over a four-month period. Our expert providers recommend maintenance treatments on a yearly basis.