Stem Cell Hair Transplant

What is Stem Cell Hair Transplantation?

Stem cell hair transplantation used for advanced hair loss is a new technology that uses the patient’s own or allogeneic stem cells depending of the patient needs in order to achieve a fuller and denser look in hair while stimulating natural hair growth.

How is Stem Hair Transplantation performed?

The stem hair transplantation starts with a perforation biopsy to remove the stem cells from your body’s adipose tissues. The biopsy is performed using an instrument with a circular blade that is rotated into the skin to remove a sample tissue. The stem cells are then separated from the tissue in a special machine called a centrifuge. In addition, the stem cells are processed in a laboratory. The processed stem cells divide and multiply in folds in here. The surgeons will then clean the balding part of the scalp and inject the collected stem cells there. The procedure is carried out under local anesthesia or sedation.

Who should prefer the Stem Hair Transplantation method?

Due to its excellent hair regeneration potential , stem hair transplantation can be performed for those with advanced hair loss in different parts of the body, including eyebrows and beards and for people who do not respond to the medical treatment of hair loss.

Post Operative Considerations and Recovery?

The patient may experience some pain after the procedure, even if no recovery time is required for stem cell hair transplant treatment. However, this pain fades within a week post-treatment. The procedure provides fast recovery. You should avoid a heavy workout or physical activity for at least a week following the hair transplant procedure. The patient can also experience slight scarring on the area from where the sample tissue was removed. Patients may not be able to drive themselves home following the procedure due to the effects of the local anesthesia. Positive results can be achieved within a month More than 50 percent hairs regenerate and grow in the donor area at intervals of three months. Positive results can be achieved within a month.

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