Platelet Rich Plasma and Nanofat Technology for Restoring Hair and Preventing Balding
Hair loss, like wrinkles and fine lines, is a natural part of what we call aging. Most people assume they have until their late middle age to begin worrying about their locks. However, for both men and women, hair loss often comes at a time they didn’t expect.
Receding hairlines, thinning, and bald patches can leave people feeling self-conscious.While some embrace the brand new look, others start looking for solutions. This is where the innovative brilliance of aesthetic medicine comes in.
Non-Surgical Hair Restoration
Traditionally, hair replacement solutions are intense and surgical. This can be intimidating for many people; to the point that they don’t end up getting the procedure they want to feel comfortable in their own skin again.
régénérer® offers a solution that could allow people to have their outward appearance to match their inner youth. Dr. Khalique’s extensive experience and great respect for the body’s regenerative capabilities have allowed us to offer aesthetic solutions utilizing it.
The Platelet Rich Plasma and Nanofat treatments we perform for hair restoration make use of regenerative processes to bring back some of your luscious glory. With these treatments, we supply your body with the vitals it was missing for regrowth.
While the nanofat from your body increases the proliferation rate of follicle cells, platelet-rich plasma contains growth factors that encourage localized cell growth and regeneration.
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Our body is a wonder of nature. Within our body, where most human cells are designed to perform certain functions, there are some that haven’t been programmed yet. These cells are called stem cells.
Stem cells exist throughout our bodies. These have the capability to regenerate and become any other kind of cell when there is damage sustained to the tissue.
Adipose tissue or what we call fat is a rich resource of these regenerative stem cells. The nanofat technology allows us to utilize a nanofat graft, separating the stem cells. The concentrate is then injected into the scale to generate new hair.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Hair Restoration
Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is another regenerative form of therapy that utilized our body’s own ability to encourage growth and healing. This is where Dr. Khalique and his team of certified physicians excel at.
Just like the adipose tissue, our blood contains a lot of components that enable our bodies to recover tissue damage. We harvest plasma from your own blood, which contains a high concentration of wound-healing platelets and growth factors.
Injecting PRP into the affected area provides the nutrients and healing properties to encourage increased hair count. We use this procedure in junction with the fat transplant to increase the efficacy of the procedures.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is the procedure administered?
Both Nanofat and PRP treatments are minimally invasive procedures, administered through injections.
What is treated?
Besides hair loss, PRP and nanofat treatments are used for concerns such as thinning hair, bald spots, and receding hairlines.
Will it be painful?
Most patients complain of a pinching feeling when the needle is being injected into the skin. To ease pain and anxiety you may feel, régénérer® uses the Pro-Nox Nitrous Oxide sedation system.
Am I a candidate?
This procedure is safe and effective for patients in the stages of male or female pattern hair loss. Further exceptions will be discussed during your initial consultation.
Is there any downtime?
No. régénérer® uses minimally invasive procedures and a sedation system that clears out of your system within 10 minutes. Once the procedure is completed, you can drive back home as soon as your physician clears you.
Are there any side effects?
Minimal pain, discomfort, pinpoint bleeding, and post-procedure redness are common due to the injections. Very rarely, patients complain of a mild headache the next morning. Most of these signs clear up within a day or two.
If you have any concerns, talk to your physician during the consultation.