PRP- Hair Regeneration Treatments in Dallas -FAQ

Nonsurgical hair restoration treatments in Dallas and Southlake

PRP hair regeneration treatments in Dallas and Southlake

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What is PRP treatment for hair restoration?

PRP non-surgical hair restoration consists of application of your own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) topically and by injection into the area of thinning hair to stimulate new hair growth and improve heath and texture of existing hair.

How does the PRP treatment work?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is used to stimulate and nourish follicles for hair growth. Highly concentrated plasma contains platelets that release growth factors; these growth factors have been shown to generate new hair and improve the density and health of your existing hair

Is there any discomfort and downtime with this treatment?
We use local anesthetic to make the treatment very comfortable. There is minimal tenderness and mild swelling in the injection sites for 3-5 days following the treatment.

How long does it take for a single treatment?
The entire treatment including preparation of your PRP in our office takes less than an hour for most patients.

What results should I expect from my PRP treatment?
As a stand alone treatment, PRP has been shown to induce new hair regeneration in both male and female pattern hair loss, decelerate hair loss in men and women, make finer hairs thicker, Increase density and strength of hairs.

How many treatments will I need for hair restoration?

We recommend two to three treatments, four weeks apart for best results for most people with thinning hair.

How soon will I see results from my PRP treatment?

Although you will start to see improvement in hair texture, thickness of hair shaft and growth of new hairs in the treated area within two weeks after treatment, it typically takes three to six months from your initial treatment to see measurable results.

Does PRP treatment need to be repeated for prevention of hair loss?

Unfortunately, the results of PRP treatment for hair regrowth are not permanent. Nothing can change your genetic predisposition for hair loss and hair loss will return if no maintenance type treatment is done. Most patients who respond to PRP hair loss treatment, require repeat treatment anywhere between 12-24 months after their initial treatment. As with your initial treatment, it may take another three to six months to see measurable improvement in hair density. Subsequently, PRP may need to be repeated periodically depending on your individual response to PRP therapy, your genetics, the extent of your hair loss and if you are using any other adjunctive treatments with your PRP hair loss treatments such as topical minoxidil, oral propecia etc. Additional treatment frequency will also depend on your hair treatment goals.

Are the results from all PRP treatments the same?

Unfortunately not, and this is where your PRP hair loss treatment can make all the difference!
At our Southlake and Dallas hair loss treatment clinics, we use the FDA-approved Harvest Smartprep to separate your Platelet Rich Plasma. We have our customized blend of medications, nutrients, vitamins to improve scalp circulation for maximum follicle stimulation. We also use Acell extracellular matrix to further ensure the success of your PRP hair loss treatment.
At our Dallas and Southlake PRP hair loss treatment centers we thrive for patient satisfaction and have a close follow up to measure results so we know that our PRP/ECM protocols are providing significant stimulation of hair regrowth and hair follicle rejuvenation.

For additional questions about PRP treatment for thinning hair or to schedule a PRP hair loss treatment in Dallas and Southlake, please call 888-210-9693