Exosomes Sourced From Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Hair Restoration Treatment

Hair loss attacks without discrimination. Man or woman, young or old, it doesn’t matter who you are, losing your hair can impact your life and take a toll on your emotional wellbeing. Although you can put a number of bandages on the situation, there’s no substitute for addressing your hair loss at a molecular level. 

The team at Honest Hair Restoration led by Dr. Martin Maag specializes in hair loss restoration and offers a comprehensive list of treatment options, including state-of-the-art treatment exosomal hair restoration

Getting to the root of hair loss

You might think that hair loss is only a problem for older people. Though increased age is one of the most common causes of hair loss, it isn’t the only reason your hair is thinning and falling out. Other reasons you’re losing your hair include:

No matter what’s causing your hair loss, the effects can devastate your confidence and change your life. Fortunately, there’s a treatment option available to you that addresses the root cause of your hair loss and provides full, lasting results. 

The power of exosomes

It might sound like a strange science experiment, but the power of exosomes is what fuels the newest breakthrough in hair restoration technology. 

To understand this procedure, you first have to break out a microscope and take a closer look at your cells and fluids in your body. You’re made up of billions of cells all with different purposes and functions. Some of these cells are transported around your body by various fluids like blood and saliva. Floating in these fluids and surrounding those billions of cells are very small structures called exosomes. 

Exosomes were believed to be cellular waste for many years until it was discovered that they play an important role in cellular communication. These nanoscopic vesicles have the ability to “turn on” cells that are weak or damaged and help them function properly again, including the cells in your scalp responsible for supporting hair growth. 

You can find exosomes in almost any bodily fluid, but the best places to collect them are blood samples and mesenchymal stem cells from donated umbilical cord tissue. 

How exosomal hair restoration works

Harnessing the power of exosomes is actually a simple, painless process. After discussing your goals, reviewing your medical history, and conducting an examination of your hair and scalp, Dr. Maag prepares a mixture of exosomes. This concentration is then injected into your scalp where it can get to work repairing, healing, and restoring the damaged hair follicles and skin cells that have caused your hair to fall out. 

With your cells supported and stimulated, your hair starts to regrow naturally, giving you fuller, thicker hair. The procedure is quick and virtually pain-free. It requires no downtime, so you can get back to your normal routine shortly after treatment. Some side effects like mild tenderness and swelling are common, but subside quickly with rest and over-the-counter painkillers if needed. 

Dr. Maag can also supplement your exosomal injections with other treatments like:

Whether you’re just starting to notice hair loss or you’ve been living with it for years, there’s no reason to spend another day with a less-than-full head of hair. Let us help you get more than just your hair back with our advanced treatment options. Call our office, or schedule an appointment online today.

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