Hair Restoration Injections
Plastic Surgeon & Medical Spa Serving Bryn Mawr and The Main Line of Philadelphia, PA
Hair loss is a frustrating problem for which scientists have spent years researching solutions. Historically, invasive surgical procedures were one of the only options that could provide noticeable, long-lasting results.
Here at Claytor Noone Plastic Surgery, we are able to offer our patients a viable treatment option that does not require surgery or downtime—just a few quick injections and you can be on your way. Call us at 610.527.4833 to learn more about our hair restoration injections.
Are hair restoration injections a permanent solution to hair loss?
Our hair loss injections stimulate hair follicles to become more active in the growth process over time. However, these follicles may decrease in functionality once again. To support long-term consistency in hair growth, periodic treatments may be needed. The stimulating effects of treatment may also be enhanced with the use of other hair growth methods, such as Rogaine.
To learn more about our hair restoration injections and how they can help you achieve a fuller head of hair, contact us.
How many treatments are needed to see results?
The number of treatments needed to achieve the desired outcome may differ from one person to another based on the severity of the existing problem. In general, we recommend three treatments to boost hair growth, followed by periodic touch-ups.
During your consultation, we’ll evaluate your hair loss and recommend a treatment regime to help meet your goals.
Is any downtime needed after hair restoration injections?
No downtime is needed to recover from your hair restoration treatment. Patients treated for hair loss are advised to avoid chemicals such as hair color products for 72 hours after their procedure.
Are there any risks to hair restoration injections?
There are very few, very low risks of getting hair restoration injections. Treatment processes are conducted in the clinical setting using properly sterilized equipment, thereby virtually eliminating the risk of contamination that may lead to skin irritation or infection.