Adipocyte derived Stem Cells conditioned media therapy for Hair loss
Human hair appears to be suffering as a result of today’s stressful, hectic lifestyles. Hair loss is caused by a variety of factors, including pollution, increased stress, busy schedules, unhealthy eating habits, and hormonal changes, especially in young people. As a result, more people are looking for safe, effective, and cutting-edge hair restoration treatment options that produce more natural-looking results.
Stem Cell Hair Transplant Therapy is one such promising treatment that is slowly gaining popularity. This treatment option is relatively new, but it is expected to be a major breakthrough in the treatment of baldness and hair thinning in millions of patients.
Unlike traditional hair transplants, which involve extracting a skin sample tissue from which the hair follicles are harvested and then transplanted, stem cell hair transplants involve extracting a skin sample tissue from which the hair follicles are harvested. These follicles are then replicated in a lab before being implanted back into the hair-loss areas of the scalp.
Stem cell hair restoration therapy can treat the following:
Female Pattern Baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
Male Pattern Baldness (male androgenetic alopecia)
What is the success rate of a stem cell hair transplant procedure?
The success rate and results of a stem cell hair transplant will vary from patient to patient, depending on factors such as hair quality, hair loss, genetics, and so on.
Although stem cell hair transplantation is still in its infancy, the research that has been done so far appears to be quite promising. Around 23 weeks after treatment, studies show a 29 percent increase in hair density.
This treatment has also been shown to be effective in the treatment of alopecia caused by a thyroid hormone imbalance as well as medical side effects such as chemotherapy. This therapy is also beneficial for patients whose hair loss is caused by other medical and non-medical conditions such as stress, dermatitis, fungal infection, and other similar conditions.