PRP Hair Restoration
A Natural Hair Loss Treatment
Hair loss can be traumatic at any age for men and women. The cause may be due to hormonal imbalances, stress, or a life-changing event. While diet and exercise can positively impact how your hair looks and feels, you may need additional help to see an improvement that meets your expectations.
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) uses your own blood which is put into a specialized centrifuge to separate and concentrate the platelets. The PRP concentrate contains the needed stimulating growth factors and cytokines that your body needs to accelerate healing, stimulate hair follicle growth, and thicken existing hair. Your own plasma-rich formula is then injected into targeted areas of the scalp. PRP can also treat sports injuries, can improve sexual dysfunction, and can be used in many aspects of cosmetic medicine.
When used for hair restoration, PRP is an effective, minimally invasive non-surgical treatment for both men and women.
What is the PRP Hair Restoration Procedure?
When you arrive for your PRP Hair Restoration treatment, your blood will be drawn and prepared using the centrifuge technique to separate the PRP. After you are prepared for the procedure, one of our medAge Providers will skillfully inject the formula into the skin and follow the treatment with microneedle therapy.
The entire procedure takes between 30 minutes to 1 hour. After treatment, you can drive, go to work and resume normal daily activities.
For optimal results, we recommend a series of 3 treatments spaced about 6 weeks apart. Once you are satisfied, you will benefit from yearly or bi-yearly follow-up treatments for maintenance.
Is PRP Hair Restoration the Right Treatment for Me?
PRP for hair restoration is considered a safe and natural treatment with minimal chance of a reaction. It can be used alone or with other non-surgical hair restoration procedures, peptides, and proven pharmaceutical formulas.
To see if you are a good candidate for this natural hair loss treatment, schedule a consultation with the medAge team today.