Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatment In Ottawa

Are you experiencing thinning hair, hair loss or maybe a receding hair line? There are many causes including genetics, underactive thyroid, and more. The good news is, there are non-invasive hair rejuvenation treatments that can help.

Hair Rejuvenation Treatment

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a safe treatment which uses our body’s natural ability to heal itself. The goal of PRP is to stimulate new hair growth, thicken thinned hair, as well as slow the progression of future hair loss.

Who is a good candidate for PRP hair rejuvenation Treatments?

Both men and women with hair loss or thinning hair will benefit from Platelet-Rich Plasma treatments. Slowing the progression of a receding hairline as you age, stimulating hair growth, and deterring further recession in an annoying bald spot.

Does PRP have benefits for the skin?

PRP is designed to help the body stimulate collagen and elastin production which enhances your skin’s overall tone, texture and youthfulness. It is a powerful adjunct treatment to many other collagen-stimulating aesthetic treatments to maximize healing and overall results.

What Happens in a PRP Treatment?

Platelet Rich Plasma treatment involves drawing a vial of your blood which is then spun for 3 minutes in a centrifuge. This process separates the plasma and platelets from the red and white blood cells. The product is 100% your own blood product. The PRP portion is gently removed and used for treatment. It can be injected or applied topically, and it can be done in combination with other procedures.

Consult with us

Make sure PRP treatments are right for you by having a consultation where we can learn more about you and you can learn more about our clinic and hair loss or thinning treatment as well as skin treatment options.

Dr. Hedyeh Javidnia MD, MPH, FRCS(C)

Author Dr. Hedyeh Javidnia MD, MPH, FRCS(C)

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Dr. Javidnia has been featured in Distinctive Women's Magazine and is a member of Ontario Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association, Facial Plastic Surgery & Reconstructive Surgery Academy and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.