This regenerative system uses the patient’s own tissue (hence the name “autologous auto-transplantation”). It is obtained from an area of the scalp where the hair is still dense and not affected by baldness. Those hair follicle cells are still in abundance. A local anaesthetic is being injected prior to the procedure to that small area, usually behind the ear.
This is usually the area at the occipital region (the back of the head, closest to the neck). The tissues are being filtered, calibrated and mechanically processed with the Regenera Activa technology. This way we extract the active cells which then are being re- implanted in the areas with the thinning hair and hair loss.
The process is quick, involving a small number of injections into the thinning area. A local anaesthetic is injected locally to one tiny area prior to the procedure. The result of this method is activation of follicles that are towards the end-phase of their life, hence leading to thinning hair. As a result, they are become healthier, hair-promoting follicles, that will produce denser and thicker hair.
Apart from the fleeting discomfort of the injections, there is minimal pain, and unlike a traditional surgical hair transplant, the procedure is predominately non-invasive.
To that end, there is also no risk of scarring from where the tissue sample is taken. In addition, because the treatment uses cells from your own scalp, there is no risk of allergy or rejection.