We know how to unlock the body’s capability to help regrow you own hair.  Taking 4 tubes of  your blood and spinning it at 1900 RPM for 10 minutes to harvest platelet rich plasma and reinject it with tiny needles where your hair is thinning can improve density and help thicken hair in 70-90% of patients.  Three-25 minute treatments performed over 60 days in either one of our offices in 1 or 2 areas will improve density over the ensuing 4-6 months or 2 hair cycles.   Shedding can be a result of stimulating new hair growth that pushes old hair out.
PRP treatments are becoming quite popular now in days, especially for us here at The Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa. With androgenic alopecia becoming a concern to many men and women, PRP has also become a solution for them.

What is PRP?

PRP is short Platelet Rich Plasma, it is one of most recent methods out there for the many types of alopecia. PRP contains growth factors. The way a PRP treatment is done at The Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, we draw blood from the patient. Place the blood in a centrifuge and let it spin for about 10 minutes. Once ready we only draw the platelet rich plasma leaving the red cells behind. PRP is then injected to scalp or area in which we are treating the patient.

Are PRP treatments painful?

PRP treatments can be a bit discomforting for some patients. Here at The Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa we use local anesthetic before we inject PRP into the patients scalp. We make sure the patient is comfortable before we inject the PRP.

Is there any down time for PRP treatments?

The best part of this preventative hair loss method, aside from it being non-surgical is that there is NO DOWNTIME! PRP treatments can take up to an hour to be done but you can resume normal activities right after.

Who can get PRP treatments?

The ideal candidate for PRP treatment are those men and women who have recently discovered hairloss/shedding. Research has shown that PRP can also work for women who have suffered hairloss due to tight braids, and ponytails. PRP is not for people that are completely bald.

Where can i get a PRP treatment done?

The Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa currenty has two offices in Mansfield, TX and Southlake, TX to help accomadate all of our patients. Don’t let more time pass.. Get the help you need for your hairloss now! Dr. Mark Bishara and The Paragon family are waiting to get you started on your journey to full head of hair!


What Are Hair Loss Treatments

If you’re experiencing any type of hair loss, see your doctor so that it is accurately assessed and properly treated. There are a number of hair-loss treatment options available to address different types of hair loss.
Hair-loss treatments may include any of the following:

  • Topical Treatments
  • Prescription Pills
  • Hair Restoration Surgery

Hair Transplants

A hair transplant is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are removed from a donor site and transplanted onto areas where hair loss is occurring. One type of hair transplant surgery is called follicular unit extraction (FUE), which is a tedious and time-consuming process, in which the doctor has to harvest and remove follicles from hairy parts of the head and body, then punch out the tiny hair follicles needed for the transplant. The process also involves having to guess where the follicle lives—slicing the wrong location can lose the follicle forever. An older, tried-and-true method, known as the strip technique, involves removing a strip of hair and separating it into smaller units for the transplant. The drawback to this method is that it can sometimes leave a scar on the back of the head and it usually requires more recovery time.

Improving on FUE


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By the age of 50, approximately 50 percent of all men experience some degree of hair loss. Prescription remedies can offer some benefits to existing hair, but hair restoration is the only permanent solution for hair loss and often achieves a natural, undetectable result.
FUE offers less discomfort and a faster return to normal daily activities than traditional, more invasive methods of hair restoration. Performed in Dr. Bishara’s office, FUE with ARTAS moves healthy, functioning follicles to the areas of the patient’s scalp most impacted by baldness for more dramatic results. The implanted hairs develop their own blood supply, begin to grow and new hairs are seen a few months after the procedure has taken place. New hair continues to grow over the course of a full year, making the change in the patient’s appearance gradually noticeable to others. Healing time is short, and there is no resultant linear scar as happens with other methods of hair restoration. The only evidence is tiny, white scars left in the donor area, which are the same as those produced by manual FUE.
Dr. Mark Bishara is proud to offer a wide range of comprehensive hair restoration procedures. Combined with his extensive experience and advanced skills, these procedures are often highly effective. The best treatment option for each patient depends on the location and extent of hair loss. Dr. Bishara will take the time to evaluate each patient, discuss his/her individual goals and together develop a personalized treatment plan using one of his many successful hair loss treatment options.  Please call our office for more information at 817-473-2120 or visit our website at

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Dear Friends of BCS & HR,
Finesteride has been used for years to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).  One additional benefit has been the reactivation of dormant hair follicles and making miniaturized hair shafts more robust.
Merck has published side effect data that includes but is not limited to erectile dysfunction, persistent decreased libido, and mastodynia or breast pain.   Despite its protective effects against low grade prostate cancer, finesteride has been denied wider indications for its use at the government level.  More long term data will be necessary to determine whether the genetics of androgen receptors on the prostate are modified in prostate cancer in patients with high Gleason scores who previously took finesteride.
Recently an article was published regarding the side effect profile to finesteride.  Not only was it written poorly, it was a biased approach at collecting data from a questionnaire on a biased website.  The selection bias and study design was not only non scientific but they can be reduced to a collection of inflammatory statements that belongs in a magazine rack in the grocery store check out line.
Respectfully yours,
Mark A. Bishara, M.D., P.A., Medical Director
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