PRP Hair Restoration

Hair loss is a common condition that affects many. It’s nothing to feel embarrassed about because it’s a part of everyone’s lives. But if the thinning of your crowning glory is something to be concerned about, there are a few effective treatments – like hair transplant and PRP to name a couple – you can opt for.

PRP is a non-surgical alternative that promotes natural hair regrowth.

PRP or platelet-rich plasma therapy is a less invasive treatment that uses the patient’s plasma to trigger hair growth naturally. It is a three-step procedure that thickens the growing hair shaft alone or in combination with other hair loss treatments.

PRP consists of different proteins and growth factors that repair body tissues faster. It is usually used to treat muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries. Over the last few years, scientists have been developing the use of PRP as a treatment for androgenic alopecia. PRP aims to repair the damaged hair follicles for more natural hair regrowth.


A blood sample is collected from the arm and put into a centrifuge.


The centrifuge runs for 20 minutes to separate the sample into three layers: platelet-poor plasma, platelet-rich plasma, and red blood cells. Only the platelet-rich plasma layer is utilized for the treatment.


A syringe will draw up the platelet-rich plasma from the sample. It will be injected into the treatment areas in scalp.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a PRP Hair Restoration last?

In order to achieve real PRP hair treatment results, you’ll need to complete a series of four to six treatments and you’ll be able to enjoy new hair growth for about 18 to 24 months. Because PRP is not permanent, touch-up treatments are recommended once a year.

Where can I get PRP Hair Restoration?

PRP Hair restoration is typically designed to be effective in restoring hair in bald spots, especially on the scalp. It can also be used for improving the growth of your eyebrows and facial hair like the beard and mustache.

Am I a good candidate for PRP Hair Restoration?

PRP treatment works best when you catch hair loss early. If most of your hair is already gone or you’ve been bald for a while, be aware that PRP won’t be able to fully restore the hair in that area. That’s why we recommend you come in for a consultation to discuss a treatment plan tailored uniquely to your condition.

Is PRP Hair Restoration safe?

PRP hair restoration injections are very safe, and our team makes sure we follow all medical protocols needed. Mild risks include pain, redness, headaches, and temporary hair shedding. Be reminded that PRP may not be appropriate for those with a history of bleeding disorders or autoimmune disease.

How long will the treatment take?

PRP Hair Restoration appointments are very quick and easy and typically take 60 minutes to complete based on how many treatment areas are included in your treatment plan. We’ll make sure to keep you comfy and satisfied during the treatment too!

How can I get started with PRP Hair Restoration?

Book your personalized consultation today!