A specially designed system using autological cell transplant with a series of applications in regenerative medicine.
During a single session, when a patient is at the same time a donor and recipient of a transplant, we can stimulate the transplant area with progenitor cells and growth factors sourced from the donor areas.
This technique is based on clinical trials proving a high concentration of stem cells derived from tissues.
With a calibrated mechanical process and filtration, we can achieve a high concentration of progenitor cells and other precursor elements, including stem cells. The Regenera Actica system is designed to generate a suspension of cells capable of regenerating tissues.
What does the procedure look like?
The procedure usually takes about 20 minutes.
The physicians will source a small skin fragment (one to three biopsies with a diameter of 2.5 mm) from the hairline on your neck.
This is the area the least prone to androgenic hair loss.
Taking such a small skin fragment allows for spontaneous healing of the transplant donor area.
The process is completely painless as the physician will anesthetize the biopsy area.
The physician will isolate progenitor cells, stem cells, and growth factors from the sourced tissue with the use of a special device.
Such a suspension will then be injected into your scalp, in the vicinity of your follicles, to initiate regeneration processes.
The treatment can only be repeated after a year to prevent further hair loss.