Regenera Activa In Miami, Florida

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Androgenic alopecia is the most common form of baldness in our society, and it affects about 70% of men and 40% of women. In hereditary hair loss, the hair follicles are sensitive to the androgen DHT, formed from the male hormone testosterone. Therefore, when it comes to regenerative medicine, Regenera Activa is one of the most modern hair loss treatments nowadays.


This non-surgical treatment is based on introducing hair micrografts into the areas of hair loss. Regenera Activa is a one-time, 3-step process designed to slow the evolution of hair loss and help promote hair growth. All it takes is about an hour for stem cells to be extracted from the patient’s body and injected into follicles around balding areas. Within just three to six months, you can notice visible results to restore your confidence in your own head of hair. When it comes to treating thinning locks, Regenera Activa is one of the most popular options available today.


Different Options of Non-Shave Hair Transplants Available

In addition to the standard practice of entirely shaving both the recipient and donor areas of our patient’s head, we also offer three options:
  • Shaving only the donor hair area
  • Partially unshaved, the smallest, inconspicuous area at the back of the head shaved.
  • Completely unshaved
However, if you’re anxious about any shaving, you’ll probably favor one of the last two options. What does each involve? That’s what we are going to discuss.
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How does Regenera Activa In Miami Work?

Local anesthesia will be applied to the nape of the neck, and three samples will be taken – normally behind the ear – which will then be processed and filtered in a powerful machine. The goal is to isolate the cells with regenerative capabilities.


The transformed, highly concentrated plasma is then reintroduced subcutaneously into the scalp via a series of tiny needles. This method will help promote growth inside your cells and stimulate follicles to form fresh strands of hair, covering areas with thinning hair.




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