Nonsurgical Hair Restoration

Encourage your natural hair growth and enjoy full, healthy hair with nonsurgical PRP hair restoration in the Los Angeles area. Board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Adrian Yi offers this innovative, minimally invasive hair restoration approach for men and women looking to reverse hair loss without the downtime or invasiveness of surgery.

How Does PRP Hair Restoration Work?

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is a substance found naturally in your blood. It is dense with growth factors responsible for your body’s natural healing and regenerative process. When injected into your scalp, PRP spurs your hair follicles into action, resulting in new growth and a fuller hairline.

What Are the Benefits of Nonsurgical Hair Restoration With PRP?

PRP hair restoration features many benefits, including:

  • No surgery or incisions
  • Topical anesthesia only
  • Little to downtime
  • Naturally stimulated hair growth

If you are looking to fill in your hairline more dramatically and are OK with a slightly more invasive approach, you may be a better candidate for a robotic hair restoration procedure.

What to Expect During a Nonsurgical Hair Restoration Treatment

A PRP hair restoration treatment consists of a few quick injections into your scalp. During your appointment:

  • Blood will be drawn from your arm, just like what you would expect for a lab test.
  • This blood is processed in a centrifuge to draw out the plasma.
  • Once purified, this plasma is injected into thinning areas of your scalp.
  • After your treatment, you are free to return to your usual routine right away.

You will likely start seeing results within a few months. Most people need a series of a few treatments to achieve the fuller, thicker, more lustrous hair they desire.

Getting Started

Many of Dr. Yi’s patients find him through the referrals of his previous patients. You can request a consultation online with him or call  818-986-7900 for an appointment. Dr. Yi’s facial plastic surgery office is conveniently located near Los Angeles by the intersection of the 405 and 101 freeways. Dr. Yi’s patients come to him from nearby Southern California communities, across the United States, as well as many international locations.

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