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What Is the Average Cost of PRP Hair Treatment? 

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a revolutionary procedure for hair restoration. It requires almost no recovery time and offers incredible results for qualified candidates. One of the first questions people ask is, “How much does PRP cost?” Let’s explore some variations in care costs so that you can prepare for what’s to come.

Factors That Impact PRP Hair Treatment Costs

Hair restoration is a personalized process. Each person has unique needs, so we create custom care plans for every patient. The biggest factor that determines how much PRP hair treatment costs is the number of treatment sessions a person goes through. Most clients complete an initial round of three or four sessions spaced four to six weeks apart. Then they may return for booster treatments as needed.

PRP pricing may vary by location and provider as well. What you paid for PRP in a different area may not be what you pay once you move. Here at Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine, we provide transparent pricing for all PRP hair restoration services. The consultation is completely free at our office, and we can outline your projected costs at that time. We want you to make an informed decision about your hair care.

Average Cost of PRP Treatment for Hair Restoration

The average cost of PRP hair treatment is around $1,500 to $3,500 for the initial three to four rounds of treatment. This is when the hair follicles get shocked into production, so it’s important to stick to your treatment schedule for optimal results. You can adjust your booster schedule based on your desired results, but those first three or four treatments must occur within a certain timeframe.

How PRP Compares to Other Hair Restoration Services

PRP is incredibly effective for qualified candidates. The process uses your own cells to stimulate follicles and thicken hair. PRP cannot restore follicles that have completely died off, so if you’ve experienced total balding, a hair follicle transplant may be a better fit for you. Many of our clients use PRP after hair transplant to maximize the output of transplanted follicles.

PRP is less expensive than hair transplants and more expensive than most topical solutions. It serves a much different purpose than hair transplants, so it’s hard to compare the two options. Topical solutions may moderately enhance the effects of PRP, but they are not nearly as effective at stimulating follicles. The good news is that you can use a combination of treatment options to achieve your ideal results.

Does Insurance Cover PRP Hair Treatment?

Despite the life-changing benefits of PRP hair treatment, this process is still considered a cosmetic and elective procedure. Most, if not all, insurance plans do not cover PRP hair restoration at this time. We can discuss payment options during your consultation to find an affordable route for treatment.

Find out If You’re a Good Candidate for PRP Hair Restoration

PRP treatment is not compatible with certain forms of hair loss. For instance, if you are actively going through cancer treatment, PRP is not a hair restoration option for you. Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine offers free, no-obligation consultations to determine eligibility. We will only recommend PRP if we believe it is a desirable option for you.

If you’d like to meet with one of our PRP treatment specialists, please call (248) 216-1008. You can learn what to expect from PRP, how much PRP hair treatment costs, and if PRP is right for you.

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