The stem cell technique for hair loss consists of extracting “stem cells” or mature stem cells from the same patient, to be taken to the tissue we want to treat.
These undifferentiated or totipotent cells have the capacity to differentiate or become cells equal to those of the tissue with which they come into contact.
Today these cells are a great hope and are used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, arthritis, lupus and degenerative diseases of the central nervous system.
In anti-aging medicine, by differentiating into fibroblasts, these cells are responsible for producing and renewing collagen, elastin and structural glycoproteins of connective tissue.
In alopecia, stem cells for hair loss promote the renewal of hair follicle cells.
The hair follicle is a set of cells that gives rise to each hair.