PRP Hair Loss Treatment
PRP or platelet-rich plasma is made by processing you own blood in a centrifuge. Many scientific articles have shown that PRP increases hair count, hair thickness and the growth phase of the hair cycle.
Who is a candidate for PRP Hair Restoration?
Anyone who is experiencing hair loss is a good candidate for PRP Hair Restoration. Especially, if you are looking for a non-surgical alternative.
How is PRP for Hair Restoration performed?
Step 1: One of our physicians takes a detailed history and examines your scalp. Labs will be ordered or you can bring labs from your physician.
Step 2: If labs reveal medical issues contributing to your hair loss those issues are addressed.
Step 3: Your physician will prescribe one (or more) of many treatments such as Evolis, Votesse, spironolactone, Rogaine foam and minoxidil to provide a multifaceted hair regrowth program.
Step 4: Your blood will then be drawn in our lab. It will be spun down and PRP layer will be loaded into a syringe for injection.
Step 5: Injection of the PRP into the scalp
Step 6: Schedule your follow-up appointment
What’s the downtime after my procedure?
How many treatments will I need?
Four minimum, over four months.
How much does PRP Hair Restoration cost?
$1000 per a treatment.
How long does the procedure take?
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Who does the procedure?
Our physicians and mid levels perform this procedure.
Does PRP Hair Restoration hurt?
Discomfort is minimal.
Can PRP Hair Restoration be used on beards?
Yes. Schedule a consult and one of our physicians can make a regimen to help you grow your beard thicker and fuller.
For the best results strict adherence to the treatment regimen is needed. Treatments are monthly for the first four months. Treatments are then be spaced out to once every six months.
Do you offer any other treatments for hair loss?
We offer a FDA cleared Red Laser Cap. Results with our laser cap is guaranteed or your money back.
At Infinite Allure, we offer hair restoration services to those in Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, High Point, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.1