Most of us take a good health and peak physical appearance of youth for granted, and that includes our hair. We really don’t give hair loss a second thought until it happens to us. However, unlike generations past, those struggling with hair loss today have options for hair restoration that are medically and scientifically backed.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) is an emerging treatment used for hair restoration to provide anyone experiencing hair loss or thinning hair with incredible, natural looking results. This all-natural, non-surgical treatment utilizes the essential proteins in your own platelet-rich plasma to stimulate natural hair growth with virtually no side effects aside from a feeling of mild pressure at the injection site.
Contact La Belle Vie Medical Care & Aesthetics today for your Hair Restoration Consultation with our revolutionary PRP Hair Restoration Therapy in Utah. Don’t hesitate to turn back the clock to a fuller, thicker head of hair – call now 801-987-8384.
Advantages of PRP Therapy
PRP Hair Restoration is suitable for both men and women who can expect to get their hair back to where it was five years ago at the end of the treatment period. Hair restoration using PRP will help to restore your confidence with 30 – 40% increased hair and density in the treatment areas. Advantages of PRP therapy include:
- Simple, Non-Surgical Procedure
- Personalized Treatment for Targeted Results
- Medically Proven Safe and Reliable
- Quick Recovery Period with Little Social Downtime
- Beautiful, Natural-Looking Results
PRP Hair Restoration Treatment FAQ
Choosing PRP to promote the natural regrowth of your hair is a safe and effective method for natural looking hair restoration with proven results. The procedure is very straight-forward and simple. Here are the most common questions and answers about PRP hair treatment:
- Does it hurt?
Your trained and experienced medical aesthetician at La Belle Vie we begin by applying a topical anesthetic on a scalp block, so you will be comfortable during the procedure. You may notice mild pressure throughout the injection treatment.
- What are the risks?
White blood cells are your body’s natural defenders against infection, and because PRP is a concentrated amount of your own white blood cells, infections are extremely rare.
- How long does a PRP treatment take?
Depending on your treatment plan based on your age, hormones, genetics, amount of hair loss and hair loss pattern. Your in-office visit will generally take about 60 minutes, depending upon the areas being treated.
- Who’s a good candidate for PRP?
Research has shown that PRP works best for those with recent hair loss. PRP is ideal for those suffering from androgenetic alopecia, the hereditary hair thinning that affects both men and women.
Unfortunately, PRP will not work for those who are completely bald or anyone with an underlying disorder like lupus or thyroid disease. PRP will not be as effective for individuals taking blood thinners.
- What Can I Expect at My PRP Treatment Visit?
When you arrive at La Belle Vie, your PRP treatment will begin with a blood draw, then your blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the plasma. Next, the platelet-rich plasma is injected directly into the scalp at the follicle level using a tiny needle to promote hair growth by prolonging the hair cycle growing phase.
- What is the cost of PRP?
With alternatives like hair costly transplant surgery or the prolonged use of Minoxidil or Finasteride, the PRP treatment process is an incredible value for the consistent, reliable hair restoration results. PRP treatments cost $1900 per treatment for the first two treatments, with follow-up visits costing $900.
Increase Your Hair Count with Scientifically Proven Hair Loss Treatment in Utah
Increase your hair count and your self-esteem with PRP hair restoration treatment at La Belle Vie Medical Care &Aesthetics, located in Draper, Utah. With lasting and scientifically proven results, PRP is the best hair restoration treatment available for both men and women suffering from hair loss.