If you have been noticing bald patches or a widening part when you comb your hair, hair restoration may be the solution you need. Under the leadership of John East, DO, the skilled team at Addison Pain + Regenerative Medicine in Addison, Texas, offers this cutting-edge treatment to halt hair loss and begin restoring your confidence. To learn more, contact the office by phone or book online today.
Plasma is the liquid part of your blood, and platelets are the blood cells that perform vital healing functions. PRP uses the natural growth factors in your blood to make your hair more resilient to damage and the effects of time.
This innovative treatment has been found to enhance hair growth and health in a few key ways:
Since the PRP is derived from your blood, you don’t have to worry about adverse reactions.
There are multiple steps to this treatment. After a thorough examination, your provider draws a sample of your blood to create PRP by placing it into a centrifuge to isolate the platelets.
Then, they collect the PRP and carefully inject this concentration of platelets into your scalp, applying it approximately every half inch over the areas of concern. The process usually takes less than half an hour.
PRP hair restoration requires minimal downtime, making it easier to maintain or improve your hair’s health. The Addison Pain + Regenerative Medicine team discusses how frequently you should have PRP hair restoration sessions since multiple are common for the best, long-term results.
Everyone’s hair growth is different, and your scalp requires patience and care. After a few months of regular PRP hair restoration treatments, usually a few weeks apart, your hair will begin to respond to having the growth factors it needs.
While you are waiting for your hair’s growth cycles, there are a few things you can do to complement your treatment:
You should notice your hair coming in shinier, healthier, and more densely. The team can tailor your treatments to your needs and offer solutions to get the results you want.
Don’t delay in halting hair loss and beginning restoration. Call the Addison Pain + Regenerative Medicine office to learn more about PRP hair restoration treatments, or reach out online today.