WHAT IS THE ANDROGENIC ALOPECIA TREATMENT WITH STEM CELLS?
Androgenic alopecia treatment with stem cells is an autologous cell transplantation.
Autologous cell transplantation consists in the collection of the patient progenitor cells and growth factors from one body area and their transplantation to another site requiring regeneration. This procedure involves the use of natural body regenerative mechanisms. The cells transplanted to the hair thinning site have the ability to stimulate tissue regeneration, which in turn promotes the growth of new hair in areas where hair begins to fall off.
The procedure is performed using a specialized, patented medical device and it is aimed at both men and women struggling with the problem of androgenic alopecia.
- Androgenic alopecia in men
- Androgenic alopecia in women
- Neoplastic diseases
- Fresh wounds in the treatment area
- Ulcers in the treatment area
- Use of anticoagulants
- Inflammation, bacterial and viral infections
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY:Recommended number of procedures: 1 procedure
This procedure is performed once. There is no need to perform a series of procedures. You can repeat the procedure after 2-3 years.
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The collected tissue is then put into a special device where progenitor cells, stem cells and growth factors are isolated from it. The resulting product is then injected into the scalp. The procedure usually lasts about several dozen minutes.