PRP Hair Restoration

PRP Hair Restoration

PRP Hair Restoration
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is used at Suddenly Slimmer Med Spa (Phoenix – Scottsdale) in hair restoration for natural looking results. Your own Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is injected into the scalp. Then the growth factors (stem cells) in your blood cells do their job and hair growth is naturally stimulated.

PRP Procedure at Suddenly Slimmer Med Spa (Phoenix, Arizona) for hair restoration is done by qualified physician and nurses.

Use of PRP therapy in Hair Restoration helps to achieve the following results:

Hair coming out decreases just after the first procedures.

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The phase of “coming out” is switched to the phase of growth.
Oil glands begin function in a normal way eliminating dyssebacia (dandruff).
Growth of phungi and bacteria on the head skin is inhibited.
Hair thickening.
Regeneration of hair structure and diameter.
After the course of treatment hair grow healthy, firm and glossy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is PRP for Hair Loss?

PRP hair restoration therapy involves isolating platelets containing growth factors—substances capable of stimulating cellular growth or healing—from your own blood and injecting them into your scalp to reinvigorate hair follicles. It is believed that the injections promote the growth of collagen, endothelial cells, hair follicles, and new blood vessels. PRP therapy has been used in medicine for more than 30 years in fields such as orthopedic surgery, dentistry, facial reconstructive surgery, and wound care to promote healing.

Who Is a Good Candidate for PRP Hair Therapy?

People with early hair loss tend to respond best to PRP therapy. Also, this treatment tends to work best on women and men with hair thinning around the crown or genetic hair loss following a “M-shaped” hair loss pattern.

If your hair loss is due to a hormonal imbalance or other medical condition, it is best to have your primary care physician rule out other underlying causes for hair loss.

We recommend that all patients see their primary care physician to evaluate their hair loss and obtain blood tests. If you’ve had recent blood tests done, we may be able to use those results. We can also order them for you.

We will be looking at the following bloodwork: complete blood count, complete metabolic panel, iron studies, thyroid panel, hormones, vitamins, minerals, and autoimmune antibody panels. For exact bloodwork needed please call our office.

You may not be a good candidate for PRP therapy for hair loss if you are in poor health, are pregnant or breastfeeding, have a history of drug or alcohol abuse, or have a blood disorder


What to Expect

The PRP treatment is a three-step process performed by either Dr. Jeffers or Registered Nurse. During your separate, initial consultation, we’ll review your health history, examine the scalp to determine if you’re a good candidate for treatment.

Following you initial consultation, we’ll schedule your first PRP treatment.

Treatment Day

Plan to spend about an hour with us for your first PRP treatment. While the treatment itself takes about 15 minutes, we allow additional time to make sure you’re comfortable, perform the blood collection, and prepare your platelet-rich plasma for treatment.

Dr. Jeffers or one of our Registered Nurses, will inject your PRP directly into the scalp in areas where the hair is thinning.

Ways you can prepare for your treatment:

  • Arrive with clean, washed hair, free of styling products.
  • Drink plenty of water the day before and day of your treatment; it’s best to be hydrated during blood draws.
  • Eat normally on the day of your treatment.
  • You may continue other hair loss treatments such as Minoxidil, laser, and/or hormone blocking tablets.
  • Discontinue multivitamins and natural blood thinning agents (vitamin E, vitamin A, ginkgo, fish oil, essential fatty acids) one week prior to procedure.
  • Limit alcohol consumption 3 days before your PRP session.

When Do I See Results?

Results may be noticeable as early as 3 months; however, it could take up to 6 months for more visual improvements.

For best results we highly recommend following the treatment schedule protocol:

  • 1 treatment per month for the first 3 months
  • Booster treatment 3 months later (6 months from the initial treatment)
  • Maintenance treatment yearly (based on results)


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