Hair regrowth refers to the process of promoting the growth of new hair in areas where hair loss or thinning has occurred. In the context of male and female pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia), which is a hereditary condition, hair regrowth aims to reverse or slow down the progression of hair loss and stimulate the growth of new, healthy hair. Several approaches and treatments can be employed to encourage hair regrowth in individuals experiencing male pattern baldness.
Regenera Activa involves a minimally invasive technique that uses autologous micrografts to stimulate hair follicles and promote hair regrowth. Here’s a general overview of how the procedure works:
Micrograft Collection: The procedure begins with the collection of small tissue samples, typically from the patient’s own scalp. This tissue contains hair follicle cells.
Processing: The collected tissue is then processed to obtain micrografts, which are small clusters of cells containing various elements, including progenitor cells and growth factors.
Micrograft Application: The processed micrografts are then injected into the areas of the scalp where hair regrowth is desired. The injection of these cellular elements is intended to stimulate existing hair follicles and encourage the growth of new, healthy hair.
The proposed mechanism of action involves the activation of dormant hair follicles and the promotion of a conducive environment for hair regrowth.