As we age, the hair follicles can go dormant, and the remaining follicles producing thinner, finer hair – leaving you looking older and less attractive. Medical conditions, scars, and genetics can alter or impede hair growth. Thinning hair has a big impact on self-confidence, often leaving you looking older and less attractive.
Common Hair Restoration Methods
There are surgical and non-surgical methods commonly used to restore hair. These include:
PRP Hair Restoration
One of the most exciting advancements in non-surgical hair restoration, PRP hair restoration is non-surgical and noninvasive. PRP for hair loss involves drawing a small sample of blood. The blood sample is then placed in a centrifuge to concentrate the natural growth factors. These growth factors are what stimulate cell generation and healing. This treatment can halt hair shedding, and reverse the miniaturization of hairs found in male and female hair loss, with natural hair strands becoming thicker and healthier.
Once the concentrated blood product is prepared, it is injected into the area where more hair growth is needed. Over time, your hair follicles may produce thin, weak hair or go dormant, no longer producing hair at all. The PRP stimulates the inactive hair follicles to enter the active growth phase once again. The procedure is a relatively quick and painless and an alternative to surgery. The results are natural, as it is your own hair follicles getting to work again, and new hair blends with your remaining hair.