ACell (extracellular matrix) is a wound healing material initially used to improve healing of hair transplant surgery, however, as a side effect of the treatment, it was observed that it could also help donor area healing, improve graft survival, and more importantly, thicken existing thinning hair. According to Dr. Prasad, ACell + PRP is not a standardized treatment. Many doctor use this type of treatment, but there are differences in how they formulate and use it. For example, in Dr. Prasad’s practice, quite a bit of development has gone into his own ACell + PRP treatment, called Hair Regeneration, with regard to how much of the material to use, how much of PRP to use, how to dose and deliver it, and how many treatments are needed. In most patients, Hair Regeneration is only applied once, and select patients with advanced hair loss may get a second treatment in the second year. Other ACell+PRP treatments require multiple treatment sessions.

The success of Dr. Prasad’s Hair Regeneration is quite remarkable. It has helped more than 99% of male pattern hair loss sufferers and 80% of female pattern hair loss sufferers. These statistics are striking, considering the amount of effective hair loss treatments available to people on the market, which is not very much. There is Rogaine (minoxidil) and finasteride (Propecia) for men, and if they start to lose their hair, they can turn to hair transplantation. Women, on the other hand, only have minoxidil, and hair transplantation is not really beneficial for them because their hair loss is more diffuse all over the head. In fact, hair transplants in general can result in less coverage than desired because the reality is that for every thick hair transplanted, there is a loss of about 3-4 thin hairs.

Dr. Prasad recommends getting a proper diagnosis before pursuing a treatment. Scalp tenderness and redness could mean a number of things, such as folliculitis or other inflammatory conditions, or it could be a reaction to the Rogaine or other hair loss medications. He does not, however, recommend shopping for treatments based on price, as this is not always a good indicator of quality. Instead, look for a doctor who has a significant amount of experience and expertise in the field, and who is ready to provide guidance and care beyond that actual procedure.

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4 Comments

  1. RYAN YACCOUB

    March 23, 2019 at 9:33 am

    how often should i get prp+acell after first injunction ? there is a doctor here in my country advised me to do three sessions one session every two weeks. i just want to know if that would be right for some cases or i'm being scammed

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  2. naveenwicks

    March 23, 2019 at 9:33 am

    Hello Dr. Prasad do you provide this treatment in Los Angels?

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  3. Amit Namdeo Jadhav

    March 23, 2019 at 9:33 am

    Hello sir, i 24 years old and also suffering with hair thinning issue, but i live in india. Do you have any of your associated branch or can tell me any of the way so that i can undergo this treatment of prp+ecm over here.
    Thanks

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  4. Michael Lazzari

    March 23, 2019 at 9:33 am

    I'm 30 years old and have thinning hair, not really a recession. I don't want to use finesteride due to the possible side effects. I use Rogaine, but it makes my hair look thinner at times and, more importantly, severely irritates my scalp (which I hear can worsen hair loss). would the Tricostem treatment help me? Would I be able to ween myself off of/quit the minoxodil?

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