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Hair Restoration at Regeneris Medical

For well over a decade, our doctors have been safely, strategically, and effectively fighting the root causes of hair loss while educating both men and women on how they can achieve natural-looking results through both non-surgical and surgical treatments. Regeneris Medical has developed a protocol that applies traditional hair restoration methods with the regenerative potential of cellular therapies. Our careful balance of science, art and medicine allows us to provide every patient with the best treatment, result and experience possible.

Why Stem Cells?

Your stem cells are your body’s natural healing cells and can act as the repair system in your body by replenishing adult tissues. There are three accessible sources of autologous adult stem cells in humans: bone marrow, blood, and adipose tissue (fat).

Of all stem cell types, autologous harvesting (meaning the cells are obtained from one’s own body) from adipose tissue involves the least risk. Adipose tissue can yield more than 500 times the amount of stem cells per gram of fat when compared to aspirated bone marrow. Taking advantage of this technology, Regeneris Medical is pioneering the deployment of stem cells to treat thinning hair and hair loss.

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Our goal is to work hand-in-hand with you to develop a treatment plan that you feel comfortable with and confident about. We offer a wide variety of hair loss treatments designed for both male and female hair loss patients. The use of state-of-the-art technology in combination with our physicians’ surgical skills allows us to produce remarkable, natural-looking results.

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How Do Stem Cells for Hair Restoration Work?

We conduct stem cell therapy for hair loss by first harvesting fat cells, concentrating the sample, and purifying it in a centrifuge system. We then combine the cells with Platelet-Rich Plasma, draw the sample out using a syringe, and inject this into the scalp to stimulate hair growth. The plasma activates already existing stem cells on the scalp. We use the finest needles to minimize discomfort.

Although stem cells and PRP for hair restoration is a new field, results are proven to be visible as soon as the first month.

Anyone who suffers from hair thinning and hair loss is a good candidate as long as they have some live hair follicles left. For those who are completely bald, we may suggest other more suitable procedures. We offer a variety of hair restoration techniques and cosmetic hair procedures.

What Are My Treatment Options?

Current medical solutions for hair loss or thinning hair include: Minoxidil (Rogaine), available in both a liquid and foam form, and Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar) which works to block DHT production. These must be used indefinitely for continued support of existing hair follicles, and neither is a cure. Low-level laser therapy is a form of light treatment used for a variety of health indications, including hair loss.

Some may find success in these products, but for others they may yield no results. Fortunately, researchers predict stem cells found in hair follicles may lead to success in treating baldness through an activation of the stem cell progenitor cells. This therapy is expected to work by activating already existing stem cells on the scalp. While traditional methods can still be a good option for many patients, recent advancements in hair restoration technology generally provide better outcomes.

Regeneris Medical has developed a technique which utilizes traditional follicular extraction methods combined with proprietary cellular technology. Our regenerative technologies can also be implemented to help revise and diminish scars from previous hair transplants, regardless of the type of procedure that was performed. Our experience has shown that this meticulous blend of art and science achieves unparalleled results.

REGENERIS TREATMENTS FOR HAIR LOSS

Regeneris Stem Cell PRP for Hair

Unlock the power of your own cells to grow hair. A combination of stromal vascular fraction and stem cells derived from fat could be the answer to your hair loss. In 2011, Dr. Welter was the first physician to apply the use of adipose derived stem cells in Stromal Vascular Fraction to stimulate growing hair. Since then he has refined the proprietary Regeneris Stem Cell PRP procedure and continues to research this fascinating field of medicine with members of our physician affiliate team. According to Dr. Welter, “Biocellular Technology is transforming the field of hair restoration. Within a few years, using the technology we are developing, hair loss with be a thing of the past.”

Regeneris HD PRP with Acell

PRP has become a mainstay for slowing hair loss and growing new hair for both men and women, but High Density (HD) PRP has become the new standard thanks to Dr. Welter and the pioneering research of the Regeneris Medical team. Regeneris physicians have performed thousands of HD PRP procedures with outstanding results. The Regeneris HD PRP proprietary technology uses the highest concentration of platelets to ensure an effective burst of growth factors. Peaking at 18 months on average and lasting longer, the Regeneris HD PRP outperforms standard PRP which must be repeated and maintained every 3-4 months.

CELLULAR THERAPY FOR HAIR LOSS

Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF)

Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) is a method used to extract adult stem cells from your own body. This procedure entails performing a mini-liposuction (around 50 mL of fat tissue) from the belly under local anesthesia. Mesenchymal stem cells are extracted from the tissue, which are then incubated. The result is injected directly into areas of concern. Once these stem cells are administered, they have the ability to repair and re-activate dormant follicles, forming new cells of mesenchymal origin. The entire process takes about 4-5 hours.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss is a treatment that involves drawing a patient’s own blood and processing it so only the enriched cells (platelet-rich plasma) remain. This plasma contains essential proteins and growth factors that stimulate natural hair growth and can deliver results similar to or better than Minoxidil or Finasteride. These cells, along with a smaller volume of blood, are injected directly into the scalp. The entire process takes about 60-90 minutes.

REGENERIS TREATMENTS FOR HAIR LOSS

Regeneris Stem Cell PRP for Hair

Unlock the power of your own cells to grow hair. A combination of stromal vascular fraction and stem cells derived from fat could be the answer to your hair loss. In 2011, Dr. Welter was the first physician to apply the use of adipose derived stem cells in Stromal Vascular Fraction to stimulate growing hair. Since then he has refined the proprietary Regeneris Stem Cell PRP procedure and continues to research this fascinating field of medicine with members of our physician affiliate team. According to Dr. Welter, “Biocellular Technology is transforming the field of hair restoration. Within a few years, using the technology we are developing, hair loss with be a thing of the past.”

Regeneris HD PRP with Acell

PRP has become a mainstay for slowing hair loss and growing new hair for both men and women, but High Density (HD) PRP has become the new standard thanks to Dr. Welter and the pioneering research of the Regeneris Medical team. Regeneris physicians have performed thousands of HD PRP procedures with outstanding results. The Regeneris HD PRP proprietary technology uses the highest concentration of platelets to ensure an effective burst of growth factors. Peaking at 18 months on average and lasting longer, the Regeneris HD PRP outperforms standard PRP which must be repeated and maintained every 3-4 months.

CELLULAR THERAPY FOR HAIR LOSS

Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF)

Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) is a method used to extract adult stem cells from your own body. This procedure entails performing a mini-liposuction (around 50 mL of fat tissue) from the belly under local anesthesia. Mesenchymal stem cells are extracted from the tissue, which are then incubated. The result is injected directly into areas of concern. Once these stem cells are administered, they have the ability to repair and re-activate dormant follicles, forming new cells of mesenchymal origin. The entire process takes about 4-5 hours.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss is a treatment that involves drawing a patient’s own blood and processing it so only the enriched cells (platelet-rich plasma) remain. This plasma contains essential proteins and growth factors that stimulate natural hair growth and can deliver results similar to or better than Minoxidil or Finasteride. These cells, along with a smaller volume of blood, are injected directly into the scalp. The entire process takes about 60-90 minutes.

Surgical Hair Restoration Methods

microFUE

Developed by Dr. Welter, the microFUE procedure spares donor area by transplanting follicular tissue microscopically. Adding growth factors then leaves potent stem cells in the donor area. The result is a transplanted follicle in the recipient area and the potential for the donor area to regrow.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

In FUE, also known as follicular transfer (FT), individual follicular units are extracted from the your donor area one at a time. FUE enables the creation of larger donor pools by harvesting follicles from areas outside the head such as arms, legs, chest, abdomen, back, and face. Your hair is then transplanted into thin or balding areas.

Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)

Known also as “Strip Harvesting,” FUT requires the surgeon to remove a thin, linear strip of tissue from the donor area. The tissue is then separated into units by hand and the incision in the donor area is closed, leaving a fine surgical scar that is easily covered by the hair above it. The units are then transplanted into thin or balding areas.

HAIR RESTORATION FAQs

What Are My Treatment Options?

Current medical solutions for hair loss or thinning hair include: Minoxidil (Rogaine), available in both a liquid and foam form, and Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar) which works to block DHT production. These must be used indefinitely for continued support of existing hair follicles, and neither is a cure. Low-level laser therapy is a form of light treatment used for a variety of health indications, including hair loss.

Some may find success in these products, but for others they may yield no results.  Fortunately, researchers predict stem cells found in hair follicles may lead to success in treating baldness through an activation of the stem cell progenitor cells. This therapy is expected to work by activating already existing stem cells on the scalp. While traditional methods can still be a good option for many patients, recent advancements in hair restoration technology generally provide better outcomes.

Regeneris Medical has developed a technique which utilizes traditional follicular extraction methods combined with proprietary cellular technology. Our regenerative technologies can also be implemented to help revise and diminish scars from previous hair transplants, regardless of the type of procedure that was performed. Our experience has shown that this meticulous blend of art and science achieves unparalleled results.

How do you grow hair follicles from stem cells?

Mesenchymal stem cells, or MSCs, are multi-potent stromal cells that can differentiate into a variety of cell types including: osteoblasts (bone cells), chondrocytes (cartilage), connective tissues and adipocytes (fat cells). Hair follicle papilla, which is a large structure at the base of the hair follicle bulb, is made up mainly of connective tissue and a capillary loop. Since it is mainly connective tissue, mesenchymal stem cells could play a role in the repair and regeneration of the hair follicle papilla. Another point to consider is that the hair follicle develops mainly from the dermis and is mesodermal in origin. In Mesenchymal stem cells are also mesodermal in origin. Furthermore, there is tight ectodermal and mesodermal interaction involve in hair follicle development.

Will it hurt?

We use a local anesthetic to numb the scalp and can repeat this as many times as necessary during a procedure to keep the patient comfortable.

How many times do I have to come back?

Over the past 10 years, Regeneris Medical has developed a protocol that consists of one procedure and an 18-month follow-up schedule. We like to see patients at 3 months, 6 months, a year and 18 months to track progress. If you can come in person, we can take photos under identical lighting conditions at each stage and accurately chart your progress. These visits are not mandatory, but they are recommended whenever possible.

What is the expected healing time?

For PRP, almost none. You may notice some redness in the treated area and any hair you have goes a long way towards hiding that. Irritation typically lasts no more than 3 to 4 days, if irritation occurs at all. Instances of forehead swelling and shedding are extremely rare.

How long until I see results?

Based on the speed at which your hair grows, you can expect to start seeing a visible difference within 4-6 months. Improvement can continue up to 18 months for PRP treatments alone, and unto 5 years for PRP treatments with SVF.

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