There are many things to worry about, but your hair shouldn’t be one.
- 1 About
- 2 Hair Growth Process
- 3 What does Hair Growth Treatment treat?
- 4 How Many Treatments Do You Need?
- 5 FAQ
Dr. Kormeili’s Hair Growth Treatment is basically an “elixir” of enriched proteins, growth factors, and wound healing ingredients that can be used for rejuvenation and healing.
Hair Growth Process
- We take a small amount of the patient’s blood.
- The blood is separated in a centrifuge to isolate layers of red blood cells, platelets white blood cells, and plasma.
- Finally, a small amount of plasma is added to the platelets to create the injectable solution.
Injection in Affected Area
What does Hair Growth Treatment treat?
How Many Treatments Do You Need?
Most patients require three treatments 4–6 weeks apart. Maintenance treatments are required every 4–6 months.
Is it Painful?
While everyone’s pain tolerances vary, patients report a range of discomfort from mild to moderate. A small needle is used to draw blood from a vein in the arm initially and then small needles are used to perform injection(s) in the area where air loss is being treated.
What are the benefits of hair growth treatment?
• Stimulates hair growth.
• Useful in the treatment of crown thinning.
• Stimulates collagen and elastin production which thickens and tightens thinning skin.
• It’s Safe: Hair Gorwth therapy uses your body’s own cells. There is no risk of rejection or an allergic reaction.
• Minimal discomfort: You should experience only minor discomfort, similar to undergoing blood work at your routine doctor’s appointments.
When can I start to see results?
Every hair growth treatment is different for every patient, but patients usually see results in 3 to 6 months.
How long does the treatment take?
It’s done during a simple office visit; about 30-45 minutes.
Can I go back to my normal routine after treatment?
Yes, immediately after receiving this treatment regular activity can be resumed, Vigorous activity is discouraged until complete healing is achieved.
Are there side effects?
While most of these are not serious, you should consult your dermatologist if they persist or worsen.
Irritation during the healing process
Scar tissue at the injection site
Does insurance cover hair loss treatment?
Regardless of the underlying cause, hair growth treatment is typically not considered medically necessary.
Therefore, you may be paying out of pocket for these treatments.