Are you going bald or experiencing significant hair loss or thinning? 

While temporary hair loss can occur because of fluctuations in hormones, thyroid issues, stress, or other health conditions; unfortunately, hair loss can sometimes be prolonged or permanent. The older we get, the more likely we are to experience some degree of hair loss or thinning.  In the past, the only way to restore hair was with prescription medications that stimulate hair growth or surgical implants that require many sessions, lengthy downtime, and scarring.   That is, until now.

At The Laser and Skin Care Clinic, scientific breakthroughs have allowed us to provide you with a non-surgical solution for natural hair restoration. 

Our natural hair restoration program utilizes Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, which contains a concentrated solution of nutrients and human growth factors that offer a completely natural solution for hair restoration. PRP has been used since the 1970s for its healing properties in the fields of plastic surgery, rheumatology, dentistry, and orthopedics and its application in the hair restoration world offers a significant breakthrough in non-surgical hair restoration.

The in-office procedure involves spinning down a tube of your blood to separate out concentrated restorative factors that support hair regrowth. Additional nutrients are custom selected for you based on the cause of your hair loss including a patented hair follicle regenerator.  The scalp is anesthetized with a topical anesthetic and, PRP is injected into the scalp to promote follicle regeneration and the  stimulation of new hair growth.  The process has been found to thicken fine hair and darken grey hair that has lost its pigment.

When compared to the long surgical sessions required for hair transplants, PRP is completed in a series of 1-3 one-hour office visits and requires no downtime, enabling you to get back to living your busy life immediately.

To learn if PRP is right for you, call our office today for a free consultation at 512.343.9355.

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