PRP Hair Rejuvenation

Treatment to encourage hair growth

PRP Hair Rejuvenation at a Glance

Now you can combat hair thinning and loss with a process that uses your body’s natural own growth factors to restore hair.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) hair restoration is an easy natural process used to help promote the growth of thicker hair.  It is also being used to encourage new growth of hair. 

PRP in Northern Virginia contains natural growth factors and healing elements of the blood and is currently used for many conditions including cartilage rejuvenation. 

Recently, its use has been expanded to skin and hair rejuvenation. 

Although this procedure is not yet FDA-approved, many have been seeing great benefits.

Before & After

Example of a before & after with PRP Hair Rejuvenation.

Patient results following PRP treatment.

Patient results following 3 PRP treatments.

Patient results following 2 PRP treatments.

Patient with thicker hair following PRP treatment.

Patient with thicker hair following treatment with PRP.

Patient with thicker hair following treatment with PRP.

Actual patients, non-retouched photographs. Results can vary. This procedure is not yet FDA approved.

More About PRP Hair Rejuvenation

Patients who have PRP treatments in Northern Virginia have their blood drawn in the office.  It takes about 10 minutes for the blood to be spun in a tube in a centrifuge.  Next the PRP is removed from the tube and divided into multiple syringes. 

Once the PRP is ready, the scalp is cleaned with rubbing alcohol.  Then, a device is used to numb the area and the PRP is injected. 

Most patients have their frontal scalp and crown treated.  Treatments are very well tolerated.  Some patients will have mild tenderness for a couple of days when they touch their scalp.

Treatments are typically performed monthly for four treatments.  Maintenance treatments are required for most patients.

And contrary to popular belief, PRP hair rejuvenation in McLean, VA, isn’t just for men. More and more women are trying PRP now as well.

The  woman featured below has numerous new short hairs growing after a series of PRP treatments!

PRP northern virginia

* Results may vary. This procedure is not yet FDA-approved.