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PRP Hair Restoration Treatment Process

  • Collect thumb A small amount
    of blood is drawn
  • Separate thumb PRP is separated
    from the blood
  • Concentrate thumb PRP is concentrated
  • Apply thumb The concetrated PRP is injected into
    the scalp with a small PRP needle
  • Result: Growth thumb Hair growth scale

Meet Dr. Robert Grafton the leading provider of PRP for Hair Restoration in Michigan

Dr. Grafton’s post-graduate training includes residencies in General Surgery at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan and in Plastic Surgery at the Health Science Center in Flint, Michigan and in Plastic Surgery at the Health Sciences Centre at the University of Manitoba. He has also completed two fellowships; one in Microscopic Hand Surgery in Louisville, Kentucky, and one at the Shrine Burn Unit in Boston, Massachusetts.

A dedicated practitioner and advocate of anti-aging and regenerative medicine Dr. Grafton has completed the A4M Integrative Medical Residency, the Sottopelle® Therapy training for use of pellets in HRT and the CENEGENICS® Age Management Training Program. Dr. Grafton has been practicing Hormone Replacement for over ten years on thousands of patients that have received or contemplated cosmetic surgery. Dr. Grafton collaborated with the pioneers of PRP Hair Restoration in the United States to bring his patients the best available and most advanced Platelet-Rich Plasma hair restoration therapy.

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PRP for Hair Restoration Is The Answer.
Finally a Hair Loss Treatment Without Surgery!

Hair loss is one of the most disappointing cosmetic issues that can happen to both men and women. Hair loss can lead to a drastic deterioration in confidence. For those that are looking to reverse the effects of hair loss, PRP therapy is a useful option. Dr. Grafton feels this non-invasive procedure is a therapy option that can work on both men and women.

PRP therapy was developed due to new medical research and the advancement of technology within the medical community. Scientific studies have recently been published discussing PRP hair restoration technique as an all-natural and non-invasive procedure that has been found to stimulate the growth of hair and to reduce the effects of thinning. One particular study published in the Dermatologic Surgery, Italian physicians successfully used PRP in a clinical trial.

What Is PRP?

PRP hair restoration technique as an all-natural and non-invasive procedure that has been found to stimulate the growth of hair and to reduce the effects of thinning.

How Does PRP Work?

PRP Therapy works on the basis on utilizing growth factors within the platelets. Seven growth factors exist in normal platelets. These growth factors enter the hair bulb circulation and stimulate the stem cells. This leads to changes in the follicle.

Is PRP For All Hair Loss Types?

PRP does not work for all types of hair loss. It is important that patients are correctly evaluated by a dermatologist or hair expert prior to commencing therapy to determine if they are candidates.

How Effective Is PRP?

Out of all of the products that you can find on the market today regarding hair growth, PRP is probably the most effective. Of course, it is also important to understand that results are going to vary and there is never any guarantee of success.

Who Is The Best Candidate?

Good candidates for platelet rich plasma (PRP) are men and women who have experienced natural hair thinning or hair loss. The best candidates for PRP treatment are those that do not have a history of Telogen Effluvium or scarring Alopecia.

Is PRP Therapy Right For You?

PRP Therapy is a great option for many men and women that are looking to restore their confidence and to regain a lush head of hair. Please consult with an experienced physician regarding your choice.

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