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PRP Hair Restoration

In recent years, PRP has become a viable option for those suffering from thinning hair and hair loss. Scalp PRP treatments differ from its many alternatives in that there is no surgery involved, there are no foams or gels to apply, no downtime, and it is completely natural.

During the PRP Hair Restoration procedure, PRP cells are injected into the scalp at the level of the hair follicles, followed by topical scalp PRP combined with micro-needling. The injected PRP jumpstarts the cellular regeneration and anecdotally stimulates new hair growth.

What’s PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is a concentrated form of plasma that’s derived from the blood and supports cell growth. Platelets play a critical role in tissue repair and regeneration. They regulate fundamental mechanisms in the healing process including cellular migration, proliferation, and new blood vessel development. Therefore, PRP possesses growth-promoting properties that accelerate the repair of aged and damaged soft tissue and collagen production.

One of the most important aspects of PRP is that it is completely natural blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets. By deriving the main elements of these therapies from a patient’s blood, PRP therapies minimize the risks present in other, synthetic treatments.


Unlike other hair restoration procedures that involve surgical interventions, our special process is minimally invasive but highly effective. It also utilizes Platelet Rich Plasma, which has natural anti-inflammatory properties that reduce redness and inflammation, helping to speed up the healing process tremendously. This procedure typically has little to no downtime.

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How Does It Work?

Step 1
Your blood is drawn
One of our nurses administers a line to draw 50 cc of your blood.

Step 2
PRP is extracted from your blood
Your blood will be processed in our laboratory to separate the different components of it and extract the Platelet Rich Plasma.

Step 3
A nerve block is applied to numb your scalp area
To help with any pain and discomfort and make the procedure easier for you, a nerve block is injected into your forehead and scalp areas.

Step 4
PRP is injected to your scalp
Using a tiny needle and through small injections, PRP is injected into the reticular dermis layer of your scalp, with a focus on the areas that have the most amount of hair loss.

Step 5
The top layer of your scalp is then thoroughly micro-needled while applying PRP on top
Your scalp will then be micro-needled. This removes the top dead layer of your skin. PRP is applied to your scalp during this process.

Step 6
A layer of PRP is then generously applied all over your scalp
After the microneedling process, your skin has the most amount of absorption. Therefore this is the best time to apply more PRP to the top layer of scalp.

What to Expect

Over the course of the next few weeks, new hair follicles begin to emerge. You should notice black dots all over the treated area, which indicates the start of new hair growth. In order for this procedure to have the maximum effect, recommend repeating the procedure every 4-6 weeks for a minimum of 3 treatments.

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