What Leads to Hair Loss? 

wide range of elements-including heredity, stress, illness, medical treatment, and nutritional issues-can lead to unwanted conditions of thinning hair and hair loss. For example, according to the American Academy of Dermatologists, 40% of women experience thinning hair because of menopause, and one in four women is predisposed to hereditary hair loss. And, according to the American Hair Loss Association, two-thirds of American men will experience some degree of appreciable hair loss by the age of 35, and by the age of 50 approximately 85% of men have significantly thinning hair. 

The in-office protocol itself includes three key steps:

  1. Vitamin Boost. A special Vitamin D and Vitamin B complex is injected into the site to nourish the cellular structure. 
  2. PRP Boost. The patient's own blood is refined to produce a platelet-rich plasma that is injected into the site to increase the production of new blood cells in the hair follicles. 
  3. Micro-needling. Finally, tiny needles, no larger than a hair's width, are inserted into the site to speed up blood circulation, reduce the "resting" phase of the hair follicle and put those follicles on notice that it's time to get busy! 

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In what areas can this treatment be performed? 
Best performed in thinning areas, the treatment can also achieve a degree of new growth where hair is missing completely. Prior to the treatment, the patient undergoes a three-to-four-month regimen of nutritional supplements designed to prepare the hair and scalp for optimum results.