Regenerative Cell Therapy for Hair Restoration
Harnesses the regenerative power of bioactive vesicles and umbilical cord-derived Wharton’s Jelly to stimulate dormant hair follicles.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Hair Restoration
PRP treatment uses your body’s own healing power to rejuvenate hair follicles and promote hair growth.
Regenerative Cell Therapy
Combining Extracellular Vesicles and Wharton’s Jelly for hair restoration is an innovative approach that capitalizes on the unique regenerative properties of both substances.
Wharton’s Jelly is a gelatinous substance found in the umbilical cord, rich in mesenchymal stem cells, growth factors, and extracellular matrix components.
Exosomes, on the other hand, are vesicles that contain bioactive molecules and play a crucial role in cell-to-cell communication and tissue repair.
When used together, exosomes and Wharton’s Jelly can offer several potential benefits for hair restoration.
- Enhanced Growth Factors: Wharton’s Jelly contains a high concentration of growth factors that can complement the growth factors found in exosomes.
- Stem Cell Support: Wharton’s Jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells can support the hair follicle microenvironment, providing cellular support to encourage the growth of healthier hair.
- Improved Extracellular Matrix: Wharton’s Jelly contains components of the extracellular matrix that can create a conducive environment for hair follicle regeneration.
- Targeted Delivery: Exosomes can act as carriers for the growth factors and bioactive molecules found in Wharton’s Jelly.
- Comprehensive: The combination of exosomes and Wharton’s Jelly addresses multiple aspects of hair restoration, including promoting follicle activation and improving blood circulation.
Day One: Combined Cell Therapy
Patient completed first session on Jan 10, 2023
Month Five: Combined Cell Therapy
Outcome following five months mark June 17, 2023
What is the combination of Exosomes and Wharton's Jelly?
The combination of exosomes and Wharton’s Jelly utilizes bioactive vesicles and umbilical cord-derived Wharton’s jelly. This combination aims to synergize regenerative properties, stimulating hair growth and follicle renewal.
How does the combination of Exosomes and Wharton's Jelly work?
Exosomes and Wharton’s Jelly combine growth factors, stem cells, and matrix components to foster hair follicle regeneration. This therapy activates dormant follicles, enhances scalp health, and promotes natural hair growth.
Is the combination of Exosomes and Wharton's Jelly safe?
Preliminary studies suggest it can be safe.
Who is a suitable candidate for the combination therapy?
Ideal candidates for this therapy include individuals experiencing various degrees of hair loss, especially those seeking non-surgical and innovative solutions.
What results can I expect from Exosomes and Wharton's Jelly?
What is the duration of the combination therapy?
The duration of the therapy can vary based on individual needs and treatment plans. Multiple sessions over a period of weeks or months may be recommended for optimal results.
What are the advantages of combining Exosomes and Wharton's Jelly?
Combining these regenerative substances can potentially offer enhanced hair growth stimulation and follicle rejuvenation compared to using each substance separately. It may provide a more comprehensive and effective approach to addressing hair loss.
Understanding PRP Treatment
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a revolutionary procedure that utilizes your body’s natural healing factors to combat hair loss and promote hair regrowth.
Through a simple and virtually painless process, a small sample of your blood is drawn and processed to isolate a concentrated solution of platelets and growth factors.
This potent PRP serum is then injected into the scalp, targeting dormant hair follicles and stimulating their revival.
What To Know?
- Increased Hair Thickness: Many people notice that their existing hair becomes thicker and stronger after undergoing PRP therapy.
- Improved Hair Density: PRP therapy can help reduce excessive hair shedding by promoting the health of hair follicles, preventing premature hair fall.
- Reduced Hair Shedding: PRP therapy can help reduce excessive hair shedding by promoting the health of hair follicles, preventing premature hair fall.
- Enhanced Hair Health: The growth factors and proteins present in PRP can contribute to the overall health of your hair and scalp.
Day One: Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
Patient was injected with Platelet Rich Plasma on Jan 10, 2023
Month Five: Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
Outcome following two sessions, five months mark June 15, 2023
What is PRP Hair Restoration?
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) hair restoration involves drawing a small amount of your blood, processing it to concentrate growth factors and platelets, and then injecting this enriched plasma into your scalp.
Is PRP effective for all types of hair loss?
PRP therapy can be effective for various types of hair loss, including androgenetic alopecia (pattern baldness) and some cases of alopecia areata. However, individual results vary, and a consultation with a healthcare professional is recommended to determine the suitability of PRP for your specific condition.
How many PRP sessions are needed?
Typically, a series of PRP sessions are recommended, usually spaced a few weeks apart. Initial results may become noticeable within a few months, but optimal results often become more apparent after a series of treatments, with continued improvement over time.
Is PRP hair restoration painful?
PRP therapy is generally well-tolerated by most individuals. While some discomfort may occur during the injections, it is usually mild and brief. Local anesthesia can be used to minimize any discomfort if needed.
Are the results of PRP permanent?
Is PRP hair restoration safe?
Yes, PRP therapy is considered safe because it uses your own blood components. There is minimal risk of allergic reactions or infections since the plasma comes from your body.
Are there side effects with PRP?
Side effects are typically minimal and temporary. They can include mild soreness at the injection site, slight swelling, and rarely, bruising. These effects usually resolve on their own within a few days.
Who is an ideal candidate for PRP?
Ideal candidates for PRP therapy are individuals in the early stages of hair loss, those with miniaturized hair follicles, and individuals seeking a non-surgical hair restoration option. However, a consultation with a healthcare professional is crucial to assess candidacy based on your unique situation.
Is there any downtime after a PRP session?
There is generally no downtime after a PRP session. Most individuals can resume their normal activities immediately after treatment. However, your healthcare provider may recommend avoiding strenuous physical activity or exposing your scalp to excessive heat for a short period.
Dr. Kirsten Brown PT, DPT
NOMPTI Certified Cervical Spine Specialist
Salvador Renteria, DO
Board Certified in Surgery and Integrative Medicine
Director, Clinical Operations