FAQ For PRP Hair Restoration serving Spring, Houston, The Woodlands in Texas


Not all hair loss is the result of genetics. Certain health conditions can contribute to temporary or permanent hair loss, so it is important to be evaluated by a qualified physician in order to determine the cause. With an accurate diagnosis, it is more likely that you will be able to achieve positive results. Common causes of significant hair loss include:

  • Androgenic Alopecia – While the patterns of baldness for men and women differ, they both have a common genetic cause. With male pattern baldness, hair loss typically occurs on the top and front of the head. With female pattern baldness, thinning occurs on the top and crown of the head. This thinning in women often starts as a widening of the center hair part that leaves the front hairline unaffected.
  • Illness or Health Condition – Stress, diabetes, low thyroid activity, nutritional deficiency, cancer, or even the flu can cause temporary hair loss. In many cases, if the health condition is addressed or managed, the hair will regrow.
  • Trauma – Scar tissue caused by physical injury, burns, or cosmetic surgery can interfere with hair growth, damaging the hair follicles and potentially causing permanent hair loss.
  • Alopecia Areata – An autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own hair follicles, resulting in sudden hair loss on the scalp, face, and body. It can be triggered by genetics, stress, or other immune system deficiencies.
  • Pattern Baldness – Also known as androgenic alopecia, pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss that affects both men and women, although men are predominantly affected by the condition. It is mainly caused by hereditary factors and may be gradual and permanent, beginning with a receding hairline or a thinning crown.
  • Traction Alopecia – Trauma to the hair follicles by wearing tight hairstyles, such as ponytails, braids, or extensions can cause the hair to stop growing.


During the office visit, Dr Perlman will collect a small blood sample which will be spun through a centrifuge, which separates platelets from the blood.

Next Dr. Perlman will apply a topical anesthesia and introduce the concentrated platelets into your scalp. The PRP therapy with micro-needling stimulates follicles, which will encourage your hair follicles to activate new hair growth.

For the most advanced results, it is suggested you receive the therapy four times on a monthly basis. This ensures that the hair follicles remain stimulated and hair growth is progressing as it should be. Dr. Perlman calls this his Rapid PRP technique.


Before receiving PRP treatment for hair loss, it is important to conduct careful research and to consult with an experienced physician regarding your choice. Overall, this procedure is a safe and natural option for many individuals.


If you prefer a non-invasive treatment for your hair loss, then PRP Therapy for Hair Loss with Dr. Perlman is an excellent option.