(PRWEB) October 29, 2015
Dr. Kyle S. Choe is a board certified facial plastic surgeon, who focuses on cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery for the face and neck area in Virginia Beach, VA.
During the seminar, Dr. Choe will speak about treatments like Restylane Lyft, Voluma, and Kybella. But a large portion of his seminar will focus on hair loss restoration treatments, such as platelet-rich plasma, often called PRP.
PRP is blood plasma that has been enhanced with platelets, which are vital when it comes to healing wounds. The platelets help regenerate tissue that the immune system may have damaged. PRP also contains certain growth factors and proteins that help it to promote the formation of new blood vessels and cell growth, which causes human hair to grow.
PRP has been used in other surgical practices, like oral surgery and neurosurgery, in the past, but it has only recently been recognized as a method for treating hair loss.
The procedure can be successful for both men and women, and it can regrow hair in a variety of different areas. The treatment works best on those who are looking for a solution for non-hereditary hair loss. PRP can be performed as a separate procedure to regrow hair or along with hair transplant surgery to help with recovery.
The procedure typically takes about an hour, depending on the size of the area to be treated. For the best results, three to five treatment sessions are recommended. The procedure does not require anesthetics, but the area being treated can be numbed if the patient desires.
One of PRB's main advantages is that it uses the power of the patient's own blood. At the beginning of the procedure, the patient's blood will be drawn and turned into a platelet-rich plasma that will be injected into the target area. Once the plasma has been injected, the hair follicles that had been miniaturized will become larger, causing the hair to become stronger and thicker.
This procedure is relatively painless and requires no incisions and leaves the patient with no scars and no stitches to remove.
Dr. Kyle Choe's practice, The Choe Center, is the first practice in the area to offer this procedure. Dr. Kyle Choe's practice focuses on both surgical and non-surgical treatments for visible signs of aging.
If you are interested in any treatments for the face, breast, body, or hair loss restoration, contact The Choe Center to schedule a consultation.
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November 12, 2015
From 6:00-8:00 PM
The Choe Center
4400 Corporation Lane, Suite 102
Virginia Beach, VA 23462