How Does Stem Cell Hair Restoration Work?
Stem cell hair restoration can regrow hair through a combination of stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma treatment. The layer of fat just below your skin (known as adipose tissue) has an abundant amount of available stem cells, known as ADSC’s (adipose derived stem cells). During stem cell hair restoration, small amounts of excess fat are extracted from the body using liposuction. Small cannulas are inserted beneath the skin through tiny incisions and stem cell-rich fat is harvested. These stem cells are concentrated and spun through a centrifuge to purify the sample. Your purified stem cells are then combined with platelet rich plasma found in your blood. This mixture of stem cells and PRP is injected into the scalp and begins interacting with your existing hair follicles, repairing them and stimulating hair growth. The mixture also activates existing stem cells found on your scalp to further restore thinning hair.
Who Is The Ideal Candidate For Stem Cell Hair Therapy?
Both men and women can undergo stem cell hair therapy to improve hair thickness and density. Stem cell hair restoration is ideal for patients who have some hair present on the scalp; patients who are completely bald may not be candidates for this procedure. Our doctors will discuss if stem cell hair regrowth is right for you during your consultation at Jacksonville Hair Restoration Center.
Stem cell hair restoration can:
- Regenerate your natural hair follicles
- Add density to areas of thinning hair
- Address male and female pattern baldness
- Add natural-looking fullness to your hairline
- Achieve long-lasting hair restoration results