Spring Texas Hair Restoration

Hair Restoration with PRP

Hair Restoration with PRP is a state of the art, non-surgical, totally natural, alternative medical procedure used for the treatment of hair thinning and hair loss. This minimally invasive procedure harnesses the body’s own amazing healing and regenerative properties to stimulate hair follicles and improve hair growth.


  • Rejuvenates follicles for hair regrowth
  • Increases the production of new collagen
  • Helps induce cell & tissue regeneration
  • Good for male and female hair loss

Hair Restoration with PRP is a cutting-edge procedure that uses the body’s own natural healing agents, PRP and growth factors that are derived from your own blood. The platelet rich plasma contained in your blood contains growth factors which stimulate the production of collagen and tissue regeneration and importantly for the scalp those growth factors stimulate the hair follicle’s regrowth.

Hair Restoration with PRP is a quick, minimally invasive in office procedure where PRP and growth factors are delivered directly into the scalp. A small amount of blood is drawn and processed in a special centrifuge. The processing separates the platelets from the blood. Numbing cream is applied to the scalp. Through a series of treatments, spaced 6 weeks apart, the nutrient rich PRP is delivered directly into the scalp with injections and microneedling to rejuvenate the tissue, make new collagen, new blood vessels and new fatty tissue.

PRP is an effective non-surgical procedure that works well to stimulate the follicle in order to induce hair growth. It reverses hair thinning and it causes the growth of new hair. Hair follicles are nourished and stimulated which lead to hair growth.

Hair Restoration with PRP is very safe. This is a minimally invasive procedure and since we are using the PRP derived from your own blood there is no risk of allergic reaction. It is performed quickly, without surgery in the privacy of our office. There may be some mild swelling and bruising around the injection sites.