Autologous Micrografting Progenitor Cell Therapy
It is a method of hair stimulation
Looking down at your shower drain and seeing large clumps of hair is a sobering experience, as is finding an unusual amount in your hair brush. Male and female pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia can affect many people at any time of their lives. We can lose our hair through stress, illness, or genetics, and no matter the cause, the experience of losing our hair can be emotionally upsetting and embarrassing.
It is a method of hair stimulation using the body’s own stem cells, growth factors, and progenitor cells to trigger tissue regeneration which can offer a remarkable effect on hair growth.
As hair loss on the scalp, face and body is a direct result of poor follicle health, this procedure focuses on repairing the damage to the follicle and physically reversing the signs of hair loss.
Traction alopecia is especially common in women who have used hair extensions for years. Hair extensions and tight, pulled hairstyles damage natural hair, even causing small bald spots, and Dr Abbasi recommends Regenera for those suffering from traction alopecia.
This procedure is less invasive when compared to other hair loss treatments, and results can be visible much sooner. So much so that it can yield initial visible changes to the scalp in less than 8 weeks of treatment, after just one session. After which, results can continue to improve for up to 2 years.
There is no downtime. No stitches are required and no pain while the procedure is performed. The patient can resume work and social activities after the procedure. But have to avoid heavy workouts and swimming for about a week or ten days till the graft-taken areas heal.