Hair Loss

PRP Platelet-rich Plasma



Every day, we encounter friends, family, coworkers and strangers on the street who have some degree of hair loss. We may see it as part of their appearance if we even notice it at all. So losing your hair is no big deal.... right?!

Not necessarily. The above scenario assumes that you’re not the one losing your hair. But if it is you, it doesn’t really matter what anyone else sees, you might feel like your youthfulness, or even part of who you are is falling away along with your hair.


Several studies have shown that hair loss can have real and lasting negative psychological effects for some men and women.  Research has determined that hair loss can have a real and “enormous emotional burden” that can lead to serious psychological disorders, including acute anxiety and body dysmorphic disorder.

Hair loss can have a wide-reaching and detrimental impact on life quality, contributing to marital distress, career problems, and depression. Understandably, these problems appear to be more severe in younger people and women suffering from hair loss; however, psychological and emotional distress affects men.

Hair loss has even been linked to degradation in physical health; one study showed female patients with androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness) were more likely to have insulin resistance and blood sugar regulation issues than those with “normal” hair. As you may expect, the stress of these negative effects can make one prone to further hair loss.



Don’t let thinning hair hold you back.  Restore your confidence and live life to the fullest with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) hair restoration treatments!

Frequently asked questions

What is PRP for hair loss?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is concentrated blood plasma which contains approximately three to five times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood. In addition to the platelets, it contains growth factors and other bioactive proteins that aid in wound healing and hair growth.

What does the PRP treatment do?

PRP is used to stop or reverse miniaturization, the process that causes common baldness.

How does PRP work for hair loss?

PRP stimulates follicle growth, thereby reversing the thinning hair seen in androgenic alopecia (common baldness).

What are the benefits of treating hair loss with PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma offers an additional way to stimulate hair growth, especially in people who cannot use other treatment forms. For example, it may be useful if someone is not a candidate for a hair transplant or cannot use finasteride. It is also helpful in treating crown thinning, where a hair transplant may not be an option.

When should I expect to see results?

Patients usually see results in 3 to 6 months. However, the response time may vary.

How long does the treatment take?

Approximately 30-45 minutes.

Will it work on a balding area?

It works best where there is existing thinning hair.

Is the treatment used in both men and women?


Will my head be sore after the treatment?

You may have some very temporary soreness and swelling, but many patients experience nothing.