Stem Cell Therapies for New Hair Growth

Men and women, who are facing the hair loss, are considered to be more embarrassing and frustrating situation. Anytime, nearly 90% of the hair grows on the person’s scalp with every follicle having its own lifecycle which is influenced by diseases, age and other range of factors. Basically, a life cycle is divided into three stages:

  •  Active hair growth that lasts between 2 to 6 years
  •  Transitional, that lasts 2 to 3 weeks
  •  Resting stage, during which the hair is shed and the hair growing cycle begins again to replace the hair with a new hair strand.

What is stem cell therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a treatment for hair re-growth that encourages new hair within three to four months of the therapy. Being very different from other hair fall treatments, it is found to be completely safe and effective for both men and women is procedure and therapy. The process is very simple and easy to understand.

In case, if you have a medium hair loss and desire for a therapy, then it can be performed in two sessions as in the first stage, the doctors take away a few of the hair follicles (approximately 500) and are processed and cultured in a lab in order to present more stem cells. The second stage is that the therapy will be executed and the doctors will insert all the processed hair onto your scalp which is the simple process of the stem cell therapy for hair re-growth.

How it works and when?

Baldness is not a hereditary problem fully, but is caused due to continuous medications and other therapies that affect the quality of life and self esteem of the people. Luckily, stem cell therapy works best to cure the baldness as the patient’s own stem cells are used to grow with big growing hairs and then transplant those as a tissue into the bald area on the scalp.

Contact us

Magrath Road, Near Garuda Mall,
MG Road, Karnataka

No 214, 7th cross,
1st stage Indiranagar,
Bangalore – 38
Near to Indiranagar BDA Complex, Canara Bank Road, Opp. to Airtel Office

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