Get back your real hair, the natural way
Hair loss isn’t something that happens overnight. It’s a gradual process that many men and women don’t notice right away, until the signs of receding or thinning hair start to show. Naturally, this is a sensitive issue for both men and women that can greatly impact their confidence and self-esteem.
The good news is that you don’t have to accept your fate or turn to expensive hair transplants to treat your hair loss! ChristiMD offers proven hair loss treatment in Houston using platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections.
# of Treatments needed
3 to 6
45 to 60 Minutes
Male & female pattern baldness
Dormant hair follicles
Low blood supply in the follicle
Hair loss due to poor diet or genetic conditions
How Hair loss treatment in Houston works
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Benefits of PRP hair loss treatment in Houston
Proven, highly effective results
Little to no discomfort
Relatively short treatment sessions
a passionate, experienced medical team
Choosing the right medical spa is the key to realizing the best outcomes.
The ChristiMD staff members are professional, knowledgeable, and compassionate. We are all brought together by a commitment to providing a trustworthy, welcoming space for every visitor who walks through our doors.
Operating inside Methodist Medical Office Building Two, we have access to highly advanced medical treatments that aren’t available under one roof anywhere else in Houston.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes it does! Numerous clinical studies have shown that patients experience hair regrowth within about 6 months after they begin their treatment.
Patients should not wash their hair prior to treatment. However, you’re free to do so later the same day!
PRP hair loss treatment in Houston comes with relatively few side effects. Patients may experience some mild pain and tenderness at the injection site, as well as some mild forehead swelling.