Vampire Hair Restoration® in Atlanta for Men and Women



Men and women: your scalp is showing, and you’re not happy about it.

Guys, maybe the bald look works for some, but that’s just not you. Ladies, maybe you’re noticing some thinning, or more scalp along your part than you’d like.

Maybe you’ve thought about doing something about the problem. But you’re just not ready to take the big, expensive step of hair transplant surgery.

Guess what: you’re not alone.

Thanks to advances in what’s been called Regenerative Medicine, you can now use the healing and growth factors produced naturally in your own body to thicken up the hair on the top of your head.

How does Vampire Hair Restoration work? First, some blood is extracted. It turns out that there are no vampires involved in this process, just a trained and certified physician or technician, drawing blood just like in a normal blood test.

Then that blood is ‘spun’ in a centrifuge to increase the density of platelets, nature’s powerful little promoters of cell health.

The result is called Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP.

PRP has been used for healing and growth in everything from sports injuries to arthritis to cosmetic procedures. It’s pretty impressive stuff, and doctors are finding new, productive uses for it all the time.

Anyway, that PRP is then injected into various areas of the scalp with a device that contains tiny needles. Any mild stinging sensation is generally offset with a topical anesthetic. (And in case you’re wondering, you don’t have to shave your head for the procedure.)

The little injections just take a half hour or so, and though you should plan to rest afterward, downtime is minimal, and any visual ‘artifacts’ should soon disappear. Since PRP is derived from your own body, there’s no real medical risk involved.

What happens next?

Nature takes over. Hair follicles are stimulated. Blood flow is increased. Damaged cells are rejuvenated.

Slowly, tiny new hairs begin to emerge. Shafts of hair that were already there can actually become thicker, darker and healthier. Final results – the overall appearance of more hair volume – can generally be assessed within in a few months.

Although 80% of people who undergo a Vampire Hair Restoration report some improvement, those results may vary, often depending on underlying health conditions. Most, but not all, men and women come back later for further treatment – and even better results.

Some things to keep in mind.

PRP injections work best on making thinning hair thicker; it’s not a solution for completely bald heads. And it tends to work on the ‘crown,’ the top of the head, and not so much on a receding hairline.

Vampire Hair Restoration can also work best in combination with at-home applications of

Minoxidil (Rogaine, on your drugstore shelf), as well as Finasteride (Propecia). Another supplemental option is known as Micropigmentation (look it up).

The really cool thing is, it’s your secret. Unlike a surgical hair transplant, no one will suspect you’ve done something about your thinning hair.

So what are you waiting for?

The sooner you get started, the sooner you’ll see a smiling face instead of a frowning one looking back at you in the bathroom mirror.


Is a Vampire Hair Restoration right for you? Do you have questions about the procedure, such as costs?

Call 678-664-4783 to schedule a consult at GeorgiaRegenRX, or click to learn more about the practice.


This content is offered for informational purposes only and is not meant to constitute medical advice.


Robert E. Windsor, MD About the Author: Robert E. Windsor, MD In addition to being known for treatment, training and publishing in the area of pain management, Dr. Windsor has extensive experience in orthopedics, neurology, and interventional orthopedics. He has also been board certified in physical medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine, pain medicine, pain management, anti-aging, and regenerative medicine.

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