Let’s Bring the Receding Hairline Forward

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You’ve been scratching that balding spot on your head for a while now. Maybe you feel self-conscious, or your friends and family point it out occasionally as a joke. You’ve heard people talk about hair implant procedures or hair-growth pills but neither of them sound particularly enticing. What if natural hair growth was possible and you could change your appearance?

Phoenix Men’s Health Center has your back on this one. We are offering vampire hairlift/hair restoration, which is using Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy to regrow your hair follicles. PRP is concentrated with growth factors, which stimulate your hair follicles for growth. With up to 3 treatments of PRP each 6 weeks apart, you can see a significant change in your thinning or balding spots and receding hair lines.

Vampire hairlift works for both men and women, and the growth lasts about one and a half years, followed by retouch treatments. It helps hair be fuller, stronger, reduces the gray hairs, and can be helpful for patch bald spots from alopecia. Vampire hairlift is an especially great alternative to other options if you are younger, as there will be better response to the treatment. If the hair follicles have completely disappeared from the area, it won’t respond.

The procedure is just 30 minutes where blood is taken from your arm, spun down in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma, and then injected back into your thinning patches.  Unlike the hair growth drug Propecia, which may have erectile dysfunction side effects, vampire hairlift has absolutely minimal side effects as you are using your own blood’s growth factors to regrow and stimulate the stem cells under the skin, resulting in hair regrowth. Studies have found significant increase in hair regrowth using the PRP treatment (vampire hairlift) compared to placebo and hair growth cream.1

Start your safe and effective hair regrowth today by making an appointment with Phoenix Men’s Health Center to discuss your hairline.


  1. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/260122.php
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