Stem Cell Treatment For Hair Loss Hair restoration surgery comes in many forms. Follicle stem cell therapies are the pinnacle. While a growing method in hair restoration, however, the most effective way today is still surgery. How is stem cell treatment for hair loss performed?
Meanwhile, hair loss treatments such as Rogaine and Propecia allow patients to maintain their hair and grow longer. Although effective, follicular stem cell therapies, genomic therapies that literally enhance hair growth at the cellular level, may soon replace hair restoration procedures and home remedies.
Stem cell therapies for hair loss are largely unknown at this time. The vast majority of the world’s top leaders in hair restoration are dedicated to three different areas: improving current surgical techniques, improving tools or tools for these techniques, or creating new surgical techniques. Such innovations make their mark, although some are less beneficial to the patient than others. FUE machines, for example, are faster than CIT® but much less expensive and leave less room for artwork.
What are the stem cell growth factors?
Stem cells are a very specialized cell. They are different from other cells because they can divide and renew themselves again and again. For example, most cells develop and function as skin cells, eventually dying without regeneration.
Stem cells can replace dead or damaged cells with special cells that support the functions of your body. Stem cell growth factors are protein molecules derived from stem cells. They can sometimes create a cascade of events that lead to healing and regeneration of the treated tissue.
Non-invasive Genomic therapies, if research is any indication, work as topical solutions.
Radical improvements in hair health Genomic therapies not only improve growth or diameter – but shape the follicles to grow the final hair or the type of hair that usually grows on the top of the head.
Convenient Patients should ideally be able to apply genomic solutions at home with ease.
More Affordable Genomic therapies may require research, but they generally need to be radically more accessible than manual hair transplants.
Fair: Different hair types are harder to correct than others Genomic treatments make it non-cerebral
Our clinic and a number of other organizations to continue exploring these exciting new areas of hair restoration. Most importantly, follicular stem cell therapies and genomic therapies, even the hair loss gap between men and women
Folliclular Stem Cell Treatment for Hair Loss: A Future Solution for Thinning Women’s Hair
“Women’s hair is usually thinned differently from men’s hair.” Instead of becoming large bald, women’s hair loss is different and occurs in the middle part of the crown. Until it is felt, hair restoration procedures are ineffective and require some hairstyles.
Popular hair loss treatments like Propecia and Rogaine make women… But not to the same degree as men. Male pattern baldness is more related to testosterone than age. A DHT blocker, Propecia literally limits the conversion of testosterone to hair loss androgens. The reason Rogaine is effective, meanwhile, is inexplicable, but doctors believe it increases circulation to the scalp. However, it is also less effective for women.
Stem cell therapies with follicles and genomic therapies can be the gateway that makes hair restoration endogenously fairer. Of course, stem cell therapies are still under consideration and require more research to confirm whether all stem cell therapies and genomic therapies will affect both men and women.
Three previous treatments with follicles
Stem cell therapies are at the forefront of hair restoration. Therefore, there is very little research around this. There are, however, a few. The first major breakthrough came in 1998 when a team of scientists at Columbia University discovered a gene that is partly responsible for hair loss. They rightly called the gene “hairless” because of all its connections to a serious hair structure that is born and associated with stem cells.
Since then, much research has been done on WNT signaling, an advanced cellular pathway that regulates a range of bodily functions. This includes hair growth. Since then, several studies have shown that the effect of the WNT genomic pathways in or near the follicular stem cells can, in fact, lead to healthier and thicker hair. Stem cell therapies are likely to continue to focus on the WNT pathways and their functions.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and cytokine-rich plasma (CRP)
An alternative to stem cell therapies already available on the market is plasma-rich therapies (PRP). Made from the patient’s own blood, this serum contains a number of cytokines and growth factors that help stimulate and nourish the follicles.
Not just a follicle therapy, PRP is one of the first genomic therapies to activate hair growth, at least at the cellular level. Patients need monthly injections for up to six weeks, unless in combination with ACell, an extracellular matrix that cultivates cellular structures. Then these genomic therapies are effective for more than a year.
While they are beneficial, most serums also contain pointless mass. Both reduce the amount of effective material and can very well make this material less efficient: the body must put energy into processing whatever mass it receives. This genomic serum is a concentrate six to eight times more potent than PRP and the results show. Patients enjoy a 99% increase within 4 months and not a 100% increase in 12 months.
Such results make CRP genomic therapies particularly ideal for patients recovering from hair transplant therapy. The results of this new concentrate also show that follicular stem cells and other genomic therapies become stronger and easier to absorb, with a greater emphasis on growth factors and cytokines. We do not know if the treatment with follicular stem cells will ever reach the maximum number of growth factors that the body can absorb. However, we will find out as the treatments of follicular stem cells become more powerful.
Stem cell injections: The possible future of hair restoration
New research shows that suspensions of follicular stem cell treatment for hair loss encourage faster and thicker growth while also increasing the number of hairs. This is the first. The procedure involves collecting tissue from biopsies and then isolating areas containing stem cells from other fat cells. Research shows that injections containing these stem cells encourage overall hair thickness anywhere from 34% to 24%. We suspect that this happens regardless of the patient’s gender, further evening access to hair restoration between men and women.