Your Hair Loss Can Be Reversed Naturally with PRP and PRF in Raleigh
Ohzone Medical offers both PRP (platelet rich plasma) and PRF (platelet rich fibrin) hair restoration procedures with the optional addition of three different peptides proven to promote hair growth and a healthier scalp. While PRP and PRF have both been proven beneficial, PRF is a newer, cutting-edge hair restoration solution. PRF is a more concentrated blood product containing higher amounts of growth factors and stem cells. The process is autologous, meaning the injected product comes from your own body. The treatment is completed in a three step process: A blood sample is collected from you and then placed in a centrifuge; the concentrated platelets are then drawn up into a syringe; using a small needle, the platelets are then injected into your scalp in the areas that need improvement.
Ohzone will take your hair growth journey one step further by adding ozone gas to your treatment as well. We are proud to provide our Dallas hair loss clients with our proprietary procedure that features the option to add peptides to any hair restoration treatment. The peptides used by Ohzone have been proven to improve the overall health of the scalp and is anti-inflammatory and great for tissue repair among other things.
Generally clients will need three treatments back to back and one month apart. Plan for 1-2 treatments per year for maintenance after that. What are the benefits to adding peptides to your treatment? Better results! The peptides we use have been proven to improve the overall health of the scalp and is anti-inflammatory and great for tissue repair. There is no downtime and minimal discomfort during the treatment. PRP and PRF can also be applied to the face to boost overall collagen production and rejuvenate the skin for a more firm and youthful look!
Dr. Joseph Cleaver, M.D. is the Medical Director at Ohzone Medical. He is a fellow of the American Board of Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine, board certified in Internal Medicine among other certifications. He holds the position of adjunct clinical professor at George Washington School of Medicine. He lectures both nationally and internationally in longevity medicine, sports performance, regenerative medicine, aesthetics, sexual performance, and hair restoration. As a decellularized growth factors expert with 15 years’ experience in regenerative aesthetics, he applies this cutting edge regenerative medical science in the treatment of hair restoration and minimally invasive aesthetics – skin and face rejuvenation.