HAIR STEAM CELL REGENERATION
Hair Steam Cell Regenration is the process of stem cell transplant for hair is similar to the traditional methods of stem cell treatment. Instead of removing a number of hair strands to transplant to the hair loss areas, a stem cell transplant for hair is performed.
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HOW HAIR STEAM CELL IS DONE ?
The procedure starts by removing a skin sample where the hair follicles are obtained. The sample is then reproduced and implanted in the areas with hair loss. This allows the hair to grow and propagate in the parts where hair has thinned or is absent, and where the follicles were taken from.
WHOSE STEAM CELL IS IT ?
In many cases involving regenerative medicine, it is dangerous to use one’s own stem cells. That’s because, in the event that the patient has cancer or another transmissible disease and is trying to combat or cure it, the person’s own stem cells may introduce the very disease the patient otherwise wants to address. However, in the case of hair loss, the problem is a natural one and not the product of a deadly ailment.
That makes it much safer to use one’s own tissue. Moreover, there is no risk of graft-versus-host disease (in which a donor’s cells will attack the patient’s body to which they are introduced, causing a range of symptoms or even death).
PROCEDURAL TREATMENT FOR HAIR STEM CELL REGENERATION
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
What are stem cells?
Stem cells are cells that have the potential to develop into different types of cells found in the body. They’re unspecialized cells that are unable to do specific things in the body.
However, they’re able to divide and renew themselves to either stay stem cells or become other types of cells. They help repair certain tissues in the body by dividing and replacing damaged tissues.
The procedure begins with a punch biopsy to extract stem cells from the person. The punch biopsy is performed using an instrument with a circular blade that’s rotated into the skin to remove a cylindrical sample of tissue.
The stem cells are then separated from the tissue in a special machine called a centrifuge. It leaves a cell suspension that’s then injected back into the scalp in the areas of hair loss.
Stem cell hair transplant success rate?
The research available on the success rate of stem cell hair transplants is very promising. The results of the study showed a 29 percent increase in hair density 23 weeks after the last treatment.