Thinning hair can be a highly upsetting issue for both men and women, and can have a negative impact on your self-image. This is why we offer Vampire Hair Restoration to build a robust natural hairline and add density to thinning areas.
What to Expect with Vampire Hair Restoration
In the first stage of your Vampire Hair Restoration treatment, a small amount of blood will be drawn from your arm. The red blood cells will be separated from the platelet-rich plasma, and the plasma will then be put into a syringe for injections. Your scalp is then numbed and cleansed lightly. The PRP is then injected into the areas of the scalp that need more hair growth. Finally, the scalp is treated with microneedling and the PRP serum is applied into the microchannels.
A common and mild side effect of Vampire Hair Restoration is short-term bruising. Some patients also experience temporary itching, swelling, soreness, or pinpoint bleeding at the injection sites. In most cases, there is no downtime needed with this procedure, and patients can typically return to work the same day. Shampooing is allowed, but any kind of hair coloring or blow drying should be avoided for at least three days. Patients should sleep with their head elevated the first night following treatment.
Vampire Hair Restoration is a gradual process, so it’s good to be aware that you will need to be patient. Early results can typically be seen at four months, with final results apparent at 6-12 months. These results last about one year.