Non-Surgical Treatment Options
PRP or Platelett Rich Plasma Injection PRP therapy has gained popularity as a non surgical treatment option for men and women in the initial stages of hair loss. PRP is a concentration derived from clients' own blood, It has growth factors that stimulate hair growth when injected into the scalp. Usually the Doctor draws the patient's own blood and runs it through a machine to separate the platelets, and then injects the plasma cells into the thinning hair. As a rule most doctors that offer PRP recommend that it be repeated 2-3 times a year to maintain any benefit.
ACell is a protein matrix that when injected into the scalp recruits the body’s own intrinsic growth factors and healing proteins over a period of several months. As a rule most doctors that offer PRP recommend that it be repeated 2-3 times a year to maintain any benefit.
Meshkin Medical Hair Solution Compound This product is specially formulated by Dr. Meshkin to increase hair growth and slow down hair loss. Contains FDA approved medication and including Minoxidil and tree different medication to give added benefit for men and women who suffer from hair loss.
Finasteride (Propecia™) is an oral medication available by prescription only, having been introduced to the market more than a decade ago. Finasteride is approved only for use by men. It works best for early and moderate hair loss, but it may also help patients with more advanced hair loss to preserve their remaining hair. Its use is suggested by hair restoration surgeons as an effective medication to slow down or reverse male pattern hair loss in many men. It is often used as a complimentary treatment for hair transplant patients.
Meshkin Medical Hair Growth Support Vitamins Our vitamin is specially formulated to supplement the daily food intake of essential vitamins such as Iron, Zinc, Biotin, Magnesium, and Vitamins A, C, E and B complex that are necessary for healthier hair
Other Products It is important to research these products thoroughly before using them. There are many undocumented “miracle cures” that have circulated the market since the 19th century. You can either blindly accept the claims these products make and purchase them or you can approach them with some skepticism to discern the product’s reliability. It is always good to look for documented proof on products such as FDA approval to discern whether the product has, in fact, stimulated hair growth in a majority of persons using it in a safe manner with minimal side effects.