Jernigan’s now offers Adipose Derived Stem Cell Hair Regeneration Therapy
Jernigan’s Hair Replacement Clinic has added Adipose Derived Stem Cell (ADSC) Hair Regeneration Therapy, the latest breakthrough in hair regeneration, as a proactive, minimally invasive, option for male and female patients experiencing hair loss. ADSC Hair Regeneration treatments, combined with PRP, is a revolutionary treatment for hair loss, based on emerging science that transforms your own stem cells into new hair.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Thinning hair is a problem that affects more than 80 million men and women in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
At Jernigan’s Hair Replacement Clinic in Raleigh, they have been using many treatments to help patients with hair loss. The latest therapy, involving stem cells, is showing promising results.
ADSC Hair Regeneration simply involves taking stem cells from your own body, preparing and activating them in the right way, and using them to stimulate the increase in hair growth in areas which are thinning.
Unlike topical and other types of prescription medications, ADSC therapy requires no daily maintenance.
How Does Stem Cell Hair Regeneration Work?
Recent scientific research and technology continues to provide the medical community with new understandings of wound and tissue healing. A new technological breakthrough enables us to now use adipose (fat) derived stem cell, one of the richest sources of Mesenchymal stem cells.
Autologous Adipose Adult (A.A.A) stem cells have been found to be more effective in treatments since the treatment uses the body’s own stem cells, there are no rejection issues.
The stem cells release growth factors, promoting vascularization and encouraging new capillaries to form increasing the production of hair and improve the supply of blood to the scalp. This provides an ideal environment for the hair follicles to grow brand new, denser, healthy hair.
How is the Stem Cell Hair Regeneration Procedure Performed?
We perform a mini-liposuction, extracting the Adipose tissue (fat cells). Autologous stem cells from a person’s own fat are easy to harvest safely and are abundant in quantities. Mesenchymal stem cells are then concentrated.
Like standard PRP treatments, blood is then drawn and spun in a centrifuge where the platelets and other vital growth proteins raise to the top. The PRP is separated and removed from the rest of the blood then combined with the Mesenchymal stem cells.
Under a topical anesthesia the highly concentrated adipose combined with stem and regenerative cells is then injected into the thinning hair areas, delivering cell enriched tissue to the affected scalp thereby repairing the tissue by forming new cells of mesenchymal origin.
The entire process is done in our Raleigh clinic, under local anesthesia, in a few hours.
Stem Cell Hair Regeneration Therapy Conclusion
In treatment with adipose-derived stem cell-conditioned medium, each growth factor seems likely to activate hair follicles and contribute to increasing the number of hairs in patients with alopecia.
Stem Cell Regeneration has been used successfully in other medical and surgical disciplines for many years. The decision to do Stem Cell Regeneration is a personal decision and should be made after careful research, consideration and consultation with a physician. Stem Cell Regeneration is safe and natural with no chance of getting a blood infection from another human being and by using your own cells and it will not be rejected by your immune system.
While initial studies suggest the viability and effectiveness of Stem Cell Regeneration for hair regrowth, clinical trials are ongoing and medical data is still being published and should not be considered a “cure” for hair loss and no guarantee can be made about its individual effectiveness. No claim of Stem Cell Regeneration for promoting hair growth can be made because there is no FDA approval that would allow such claims to be made.
We invite you to contact us to learn more about this remarkable hair loss treatment option.