Hair Loss

Treatment for Hair Loss in Twin Falls, ID

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TED Treatment

The TED (which stands for transepidermal drug delivery) is a painless medical device that uses ultrasound waves and air pressure to temporarily disrupt the phospholipid bilayer in the skin and painlessly drive growth factors into the scalp to stimulate hair growth and improve hair thickness. The TED treatment is a great option for anyone experiencing hair thinning or hair loss and is particularly beneficial for hereditary and age-related hair loss and temporary hair loss from conditions such as childbirth, post-surgery, etc. Our signature hair loss protocol at Onyx involves supplementation with clinically-proven hair loss supplements, TED treatments, and an at-home topical product to further encourage optimal results.

PRP / PRF Treatment

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) and platelet rich fibrin (PRF) are cosmetic treatments that use a person’s own blood to stimulate hair growth. Platelets are very small cells in the blood that the body uses for clotting.

PRP/PRF is collected via a blood draw and placed inside a centrifuge which separates the PRP/PRF from other blood components. After the spinning process, the PRF is collected from the top of the vial into a syringe. It is then injected and microneedled into the scalp over areas of thinning and hair loss. When PRF is injected and microneedled into areas of hair loss, it causes a mild inflammatory response which triggers the healing cascade.


Keravive™ Scalp Treatment

Keravive™ is a unique and relaxing scalp treatment that cleanses, stimulates, nourishes, and hydrates the scalp to produce fuller and healthier-looking hair - think of it like a facial for the scalp!

Keravive™ can improve your overall scalp health. Having poor scalp health can be a major contributor to damaged, thinning hair and it can reduce the growth of healthy hair. Patients who suffer from scalp flaking, itchiness, dryness, or irritation are great candidates for Keravive™. Keravive™ can help patients who have hair thinning or loss due to environmental, hormonal, or physiological factors such as stress, patients who are preparing for a hair transplant, or patients undergoing other hair loss treatments.