Bald is beautiful — if you’re Dwayne Johnson, Daddy Warbucks or a newborn baby. But if you’re among the 50 million men and 30 million women in the United States experiencing complete or partial loss of hair, the condition, can cause feelings ranging from embarrassment to great concern.
There has been a great deal of talk about stem cells in recent years, and you’ve almost certainly heard a debate or two on the news, in the local coffee shop, or even at your own dinner table, but what’s the real story behind these mysterious and miraculous cells?
Hair growth by stem cells (pluripotent) is a new method for hair restoration. Many patients are excited to know that stem cell therapy can be used for the treatment of hair loss along with hair transplant surgery, platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP), topical treatments and laser therapy to achieve the desired aesthetic result.
The latest development in stem cell research – stem cell treatment for hair loss – shows great promise for stimulating new hair growth. It addresses the problem of thinning hair for both men and women.