Hair Restoration Treatment
Plasma Injections Grow Hair
Burlington Med Spa
Hair restoration plasma injections for hair loss are effective with a treatment plan. Many over-the-counter products have made claims to restore hair, but few work like medical grade hair restoration injections. The injections promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. They are effective in treating male pattern baldness.
Hair Loss Can Be Reversed With Injections
Plasma injections are gaining popularity for a variety of conditions, from sports injuries to hair loss. The procedure uses a patient’s own plasma. The injected plasma accelerates hair growth or healing in the specific area injected.
Hair loss is common, especially in men. Many have the condition because they have inherited genes that cause your hair follicles to shrink and eventually stop growing hair. Shrinking follicles can start as early as your teens, but it usually starts a bit later in life.
The best thing about medical grade hair restoration treatments is that the injections are all natural. Because the procedure use a patient’s own tissues, plasma injections are safe and can be administered alone or used in conjunction with other procedures.
The injections are considered to be among the safest hair loss treatments. There is absolutely no risk of having an allergic reaction. Your very own plasma is injected back into your scalp. It is from your body. You only feel a slight pinch at each injection site. The hair restoration injections are repeated every 3 to 4 weeks and continued until satisfactory hair growth is achieved.
Medical Grade Hair Restoration Injections
Plasma consists of two elements: plasma, or the liquid portion of blood, and platelets. Platelets are a type of blood cell that plays an important role in healing throughout the body. Platelets are well-known for their clotting abilities They also contain growth factors that can trigger cell reproduction and stimulate tissue regeneration or healing in the treated area. We use your very own plasma to cure your hair loss.
Both men and women can develop hereditary hair loss. This type of hair loss is the most common cause of hair loss worldwide. In men, it’s called male pattern hair loss. Women can also have female pattern hair loss. Regardless of whether it develops in a man or women, the medical term is androgenic alopecia.
The first noticeable sign of hereditary hair loss is usually overall thinning or a thinning area where you part your hair. It is often a receding hairline at the top of the forehead or bald spot at the top of his head. The earlier hair restoration treatment is started, the better it works. Without treatment, you will continue to lose hair. Book a treatment which includes a free consultation and one of our cosmetic nurses will discuss options with you.
Get Ready For Hair Restoration
Hair Restoration Pre-Procedure
Stop all blood thinners. This includes: vitamin E, aspirin, advil, anti-inflammatories, alcohol, omega-3, ginko, and St. John’s Wort. Stop 4 to 5 days prior to visit.
Avoid the following products 2 days prior to appointment: Retin- A, retinoids, or similar vitamin A compounds, harsh scrubs or exfoliating products, or bleaching creams.
We suggest taking Arnica tablets 3 days prior to injections to prevent bruising.
We recommend scheduling your appointment 1 to 2 weeks prior to a special event as bruising is possible with everyone.
Hair Restoration Post-Procedure
Avoid extreme temperatures of heat for 24-48 hours post procedure (i.e. Jacuzzi, hot showers, extreme sun).
Use Arnica gel or Arnica tablets to help with bruising.
Wait 2 weeks for full results from hair restoration appointment.
Do not exercise for 24-48 hours after procedure.
If swelling and bruising occurs, use cold compresses or ice packs to reduce swelling.
Avoid excessive touching or massaging the treated areas for 24 hours. You can wash your face with a gentle cleanser.