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Women can get thicker more luscious hair! Men can reverse the pattern of male pattern baldness! Experience restorative Hair Growth with PRP Technology.

Who is PRP hair restoration good for?

People who desire a non-surgical regrowth strategy that is safe and effective choose the PRP Hair Restoration Procedure. PRP Hair Restoration is suitable for both men and women. It is a state of the art, non surgical, totally natural, alternative medical procedure used for the treatment of hair loss or hair thinning. It is an injectable treatment which uses the patient’s own blood.

Seattle PRP Hair Restoration - 1 Month post 1 Treatment

* Individual Results and Patient Experience May Vary

What types of conditions respond well to PRP Hair Restoration treatments?

PRP treatments are a great tool for the treatment of hair loss for a number of causes including:
•    Male Pattern Hair Loss – especially in the early stages of balding, or anytime there is a lot of miniaturized hair on the scalp
•    Female Pattern Hair Loss – at all stages of hair loss
•    Hypotrichosis (fine/reduced hairs) of the eyebrows or beard
•    Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis
•    Metabolic causes of hair loss – iron deficiency and medication induced hair loss

* Individual Results and Patient Experience May Vary

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Hair Restoration with PRP and Acell before and after in Seattle at Well Medical Arts

How does Seattle PRP Hair Restoration Work?

PRP Hair Restoration treatment takes about 90 minutes to complete.  First, a blood sample is obtained which is specially processed to produce the PRP. A local anesthetic is then administered to completely numb the scalp treatment area.  The ACell and PRP are combined and then administered via a series of injections over the full scalp or in a localized treatment area such as the eyebrows or beard.

The recovery from the procedure is typically uneventful. Pain is easily managed in most cases with non-narcotic analgesic medication such as Ibuprofen.  Some mild swelling of the forehead is occasionally seen 1-2 days after injections. This is normal and will resolve in 48 hours. Avoiding vigorous activity is recommended until the swelling is gone. There is no other downtime or noticeable effects of the procedure. Patients can wash their hair normally immediately after the injections.

New hair growth can be seen as early as 2 months, but is typically evident between 3-6 months and will continue to improve for up to a year after treatment.

How many PRP hair restoration treatments do I need?

Every person has different levels of hair loss and can have different reactions to PRP treatments. While it is hard to give an answer that will fit for everyone we generally adhere to the following guidelines.

For men it is typically recommended to have a minimum three treatments spaced 4-8 weeks apart for best results followed by regular maintenance every 6 or 12 months to keep the hair follicles healthy.

For women we typically recommend starting with 1 treatment and following up with additional treatments as necessary.

For the best results, it’s recommended to begin PRP therapy as soon as you notice thinning. The treatment is more effective if hair loss is recent, as it’s easier to stimulate hair follicles that haven’t been dormant for a long time.

How does PRP work?

Human blood contains mesenchymal stem cells, and autologous blood products that contain essential and specific growth factors that assist in tissue regeneration and healing. Published medical literature from Europe and the United States confirms the safety and use of PRP therapy. It has been used a medial adjunct therapy for over two decades for skin and wound healing. PRP therapy has established itself to be effective as a medical treatment modality in the specialty fields of oral surgery, neurosurgery, plastic and cosmetic surgery, sports medicine and orthopedics. It has been used extensively in these specialties for the last twenty years with generally positive outcomes and success. In the field of hair restoration, evidence supports PRP therapy as a promising treatment option to promote hair growth. No claim can be made of its efficacy. While PRP is in the early stages of scientific research in hair restoration, PRP is not meant to replace current FDA approved therapies such as DHT blockers and Minoxidil. But it is a promising non-surgical therapeutic option for those patients with hair loss.

What else can you do to help restore your hair.

In addition to PRP for more aggressive or stubborn cases we often combine A-Cell or prescribe a Rogaine or Minoxidil course in conjunction with the PRP treatments.  We have partnered with our favorite local compounding pharmacist to create an alternative to commercially  manufactured products that have been shown to get better results in some individuals.

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