Guys and gals – have you noticed less fullness in your hair or has your hairline begun to creep higher and higher? If a
thinning crown has you ready to pull your hair out, non-surgical Hair Again offers a solution. This discreet, in-office
treatment requires no downtime and can be used alone or in conjunction with topical remedies. The process involves
using your own plasma (from your own blood draw) to stimulate dormant and inactive hair follicles to grow hair again.
Your plasma, which is rich in proteins and key growth factors, is injected into the scalp where new hair growth is
desired. The benefits of Hair Again PRP treatments occur naturally during several months, so no one will notice a drastic
change to your appearance. You will simply watch your hair grow thicker and more abundant during the months following
Hair Again begins with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), a concentration derived from your own blood.
A process called centrifugation isolates beneficial elements like proteins and growth factors from your drawn blood. These elements are known to help
the body in healing and tissue regeneration.
The highly concentrated centrifuged blood is injected into your scalp where it releases growth factors and stimulates hair follicles to enter the active
During the next 3-4 months as your hair follicles become more active, you will experience less hair loss and increased hair growth.
Because Hair Again uses your own blood, the process is safe and carries no risk of allergic reaction. PRP has been used safely and effectively for
more than 20 years for wound healing in numerous medical applications.
Since the Hair Again treatment stimulates new hair growth as well as slows hair loss, the ideal candidate is in the early stages of hair loss, but not completely bald. Hair Again can help with many types of hair loss from hereditary hair loss to hair loss caused by medication. Hair Again produces excellent results for both men and women and is safe for all hair and skin types.
The typical treatment plan consists of 4 initial treatments performed 1 month apart followed by maintenance treatments thereafter as needed. The need for maintenance treatments varies from one person to the next and can be anywhere from every 6 months to every 1-2 years.