Hair Diseases

Hair diseases, specifically those affecting the scalp, reduce individuals’ quality of life and give rise to concerns about their appearance. The healthier the hair, which directly impacts a person’s appearance, the more their self-confidence is boosted. Therefore, individuals experiencing conditions that can lead to permanent hair loss should seek treatment promptly. It should be acknowledged that untreated hair diseases can affect individuals psychologically in the long term.

Different factors, such as environmental influences, aging, or health issues, can contribute to hair diseases affecting the scalp. These conditions should be treated by specialized dermatologists.

Individuals seeking treatment for hair diseases undergo thorough examinations by dermatologists. After listening to their medical histories and diagnosing the problems, treatment options are determined.

Hair Loss

Hair loss, caused by various factors such as exposure to physical and psychological trauma, febrile illnesses, genetic factors, hormonal changes, various skin diseases, and iron deficiency, is a health issue affecting both men and women. Hair loss should not be considered as a standalone disease; it should be evaluated as a symptom or consequence of different conditions. The possibility of serious health problems underlying hair loss complaints should not be ignored, and individuals experiencing hair loss should consult dermatologists.

Hair Loss Stem Cell Treatment

Stem cell therapy for hair loss involves using a patient’s own stem cells or stem cells from other sources to stimulate hair growth. This innovative approach aims to rejuvenate hair follicles, promote new hair growth, and improve overall hair health.

A thorough consultation is conducted to assess the extent and cause of hair loss.

The patient’s medical history and suitability for stem cell therapy are evaluated.

Extraction of Stem Cells:

Stem cells can be obtained from the patient’s own body, often from the adipose tissue (fat) or the scalp. Alternatively, stem cells from other sources, such as umbilical cord blood or amniotic fluid, may be used.

The extracted stem cells are isolated and processed to obtain a concentrated solution rich in growth factors. This solution is prepared to be reintroduced into the treatment area.

The concentrated stem cell solution is injected or topically applied to the affected areas of the scalp. Micro-needling or other techniques may be used to enhance the absorption of stem cells. The growth factors released by the stem cells stimulate existing hair follicles, promoting hair growth.

Improved blood circulation and tissue regeneration contribute to the overall health of the scalp.

Patients may require multiple sessions for optimal results. Follow-up appointments and maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the effects over time.

Alopecia Areata

The condition of alopecia areata, which leads to localized hair loss in a portion of the scalp, does not result in permanent hair loss when treated. Once the underlying factors causing alopecia areata are identified, the treatment process is initiated.

Alopecia Areata Stem Cell Treatment

Stem cell treatment for Alopecia Areata aims to revive hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. This treatment can utilize the patient’s own stem cells or stem cells obtained from other sources. 

The patient’s condition of Alopecia Areata is assessed. Suitability for stem cell treatment is determined. Stem cells can be derived from the patient’s own body or from other sources. The isolated stem cells are processed. A solution rich in growth factors is created. The concentrated stem cell solution is injected into the areas affected by hair loss or applied topically.Micro-needling or other techniques may be used to enhance absorption.

Growth factors released by stem cells stimulate existing hair follicles, supporting hair growth. Improved blood circulation and tissue regeneration contribute to overall hair health.

Multiple sessions may be required for optimal results. Follow-up appointments and maintenance treatments could be recommended.

Tinea Capitis

Fungal infections, although more commonly seen in childhood, can also occur in adults. While alopecia areata is a type of fungal infection, there are different problems caused by various types of fungi. One of these diseases is Favus. This fungus, which develops on the scalp, can lead to issues with the skin and nails. Depressions around the hair shafts are the most common symptoms of this disease. Scalp fungi can lead to intense dandruff, itching, and flaking of the scalp. Fungal growth on the scalp weakens, thins, and dulls the hair, and if left untreated, it can result in hair loss. Fungal infections manifest with symptoms such as swelling, inflammation, and fever and are contagious. This issue, especially prevalent in individuals with a weakened immune system, can be addressed with medical treatments.

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