Hair Growth Tag

Today many patients seek effective non-medical treatments that do not have adverse side effects. Greco Medical Group provides a variety of patented all natural solutions proven to regrow hair, decrease shedding and strengthen hair without the use of medicines. Here’s how...

New Treatments to battle baldness – minus the side effects. “Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) uses your own cells to regenerate the cells in the scalp responsible for hair growth”, says Joseph Greco, the first practitioner to use PRP as a hair-loss treatment”...

Dr Gilbert Amgar and Pierre Bouhanna, MD, both physicians who are experienced in hair restoration and autologous cellular therapy, have completed a study utilizing PRP for male and female pattern hair loss. Dr Bouhanna, an eminent Dermatologist and author of numerous textbooks in hair transplantation...

Hair growth post hair restoration procedure Ninety percent of hair grows for 1,000 days (anagen cycle) and ten percent of hair rests for 100 days (telogen cycle). When donor grafts are dissected and placed in the recipient site, the newly grafted follicles go into the...

New Independent Study Demonstrates “New” hair growth and “Denser” hair with PRP PRP for Androgenic Alopecia by Gilbert Amgar, MD and Pierre Bouhanna, MD, Paris, France. Dr Gilbert Amgar and Pierre Bouhanna, MD, both physicians who are experienced in hair restoration and autologous cellular therapy,...

Our Experience Over the past three years and 200 plus bio-surgical hair transplantation procedures the authors have witnessed hair growth sooner in grafted hairs, more mature growth sooner and an increased overall aesthetic density when compared to hair transplantation without PRP. After seeing more patients...

One of the down sides of Facial surgery is scaring hair loss and one of the most rewarding procedures in hair restoration is “restoring those sacred areas with hair”. To successfully remove the scar area and frame the face requires experience, an understanding of aesthetic...

While some growth factors are known to inhibit hair growth such as TGF beta, the majority of growth factors like platelet derived growth factor PDGF are essential to epidermis-follicle interaction and the dermal mechenchyme interaction required for hair canal formation and growth of the dermal...

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