Injections for Hair Loss
At Long Island Hair Transplant Center, Dr. Barnard, Dr. Golio, and Clinician Daniels can take advantage of the power of your blood to address thinning hair. You plasma can be isolated by drawing a sample and purifying it in a centrifuge. On the other hand, platelets in your blood are responsible for the clotting factor, and together they form a powerful serum that aids in healing. When this blood gets injected at the site of balding and thinning areas of your scalp, it stimulates your dermal papilla cells at the base of your follicles. When activated, these follicles increase the production of beta-catenin, the protein associated with new hair growth. This protein supports follicles at their root, elevating your ability to grow natural locks with your cells.
Benefits of Hair Restoration
Hair and identity are so interconnected. When you begin to lose your hair, it may decrease your self-esteem. Reclaiming your self-confidence is one of the benefits of female hair restoration. Our renowned hair loss specialists, Dr. Barnard, Dr. Golio, and Clinician Daniels, can help stimulate your hair growth.
Long Island Hair Transplant Center offers the most comprehensive hair restoration options in New York City. Our state-of-the-art facility and knowledge of hair restoration procedures provide safe and effective solutions to hair loss.
During your initial consultation, Dr. Barnard, Dr. Golio, and Clinician Daniels can determine if you are an ideal candidate for female hair restoration surgery. If you have areas of healthy follicles on the back of your head, then you may be an eligible candidate for follicular unit extraction (FUE). Otherwise, our hair transplant experts can explore topical solutions and dietary adjustments to help you achieve your hair loss goals.
Preparation for Hair Restoration Treatment
During your consultation, the Long Island Hair Transplant Center staff will provide you with detailed instructions to prepare for whichever procedure you choose. You may need to stop using certain products on your hair weeks before the procedure. It is also advisable to quit smoking for a week before the surgery. You may also need to refrain from taking blood thinners that impede the clotting process. As such, it’s very important to advise Dr. Barnard, Dr. Golio, and Clinician Daniels of any medications you are taking before moving forward with any hair restoration treatment. We want to ensure your utmost safety at all costs.
Recovery and Results
Our clients say they often easily tolerate the pin-prick-sized punctures required for FUE. Although some form of irritation may occur, Dr. Barnard, Dr. Golio, and Clinician Daniels will provide you with the necessary elements to relieve any discomfort you may experience.