A successful experience in treating baldness for men and women
2020-11-04 | Since 3 Month
There are many advertisements for products and methods to prevent hair loss or treat baldness, and as much as it may seem strange or painful in some means or methods, there is no decline in the demand to try these products or treatments.
Even hair transplants, which involve taking individual follicles from one part of the scalp and transplanting them into a bald area, produce incomplete results.
These "master cells", which are found throughout the body, have the remarkable ability to reproduce almost endlessly and are an integral part of normal growth and healing processes. Stem cell therapy has long been a source of hope in so-called regenerative medicine.
Repair and renovation
The idea is that by extracting stem cells from blood, fat or skin, they can be grown and modified in the laboratory, and then re-injected so that
It integrates with tissues, helping to repair and regenerate. Studies have shown that stem cells have the potential to be used in treating degenerative nerve diseases such as multiple sclerosis, heart disease and even blindness.
Early trial results also indicate that a new method of using stem cells derived from belly fat restores hair growth, in addition to preventing weak hair loss.
My investigation because of the high costs
Final phase trials have been planned, but a select number of American clinics have already started providing treatment, but at amazing prices. From this standpoint, the British "Daily Mail" sought to investigate whether this treatment procedure was worth it, and arranged for a full-year survey trial in cooperation With a consultant plastic surgeon, Olivier Ammar, who conducted a trial of a somewhat new treatment method on two volunteers who were experiencing signs of baldness, in addition to a survey of expert opinions and specialists to verify the accuracy of the results, which were amazing and surprised the concerned experts.
Results after about 100 days
After just three and a half months of a 90-minute treatment, the volunteers' scalp saw an increase in their hair volume by a fifth. A year later, in the final testing phase last week, the amount of hair lining the crown, temples and back of the head doubled.