EsteCapelli Revolutionises Hair Transplantation with Novel Exosome Method

Last Updated on: 21st February 2024, 07:56 pm

EsteCapelli Medical Solutions, a trailblazer in the European healthcare sector, has recently heralded the Exosome hair transplantation technique, a pioneering advancement in the treatment of hair loss. This state-of-the-art method utilises exosome plasmas, derived from the proteins in umbilical cord blood, to foster cellular growth in the transplantation site and bolster the hair follicles’ development through signalling molecules.

EsteCapelli, a paragon in the field of hair transplantation and regenerative health in Europe, has rolled out the Exosome hair transplant method, positioning it as the zenith of innovation in therapeutic approaches to hair loss. Under the expert guidance of Mehmet Hanifi Kutlar, a luminary in hair transplant surgery, EsteCapelli has commenced the application of the Exosome hair therapy technique, significantly uplifting the standards of hair transplant outcomes and assuring a more vibrant and natural hair growth.

Exosomes have swiftly ascended to prominence in the domain of hair aesthetic enhancement and revival, backed by a growing body of scientific evidence. These exosome plasmas act as intrinsic enhancers for hair regeneration, facilitating cellular proliferation in the transplantation area and augmenting the growth of hair follicles via effective signalling.

Fusing Science with Cutting-edge Technology in Hair Restoration

Exosome therapy taps into the unique potential of exosomes, sourced from cells in prime conditions, to furnish specific therapeutic benefits. This modality is pivotal in enhancing the establishment, proliferation, and sustenance of hair follicles in hair transplantation, utilising exosomes from cord blood, brimming with proteins, growth factors, and minerals conducive to fostering healthier hair growth.

Mehmet Hanifi Kutlar articulated EsteCapelli’s commitment to this innovative approach, stating, “The intersection of science and high technology with years of experience is a breakthrough in hair restoration. Science has almost reached its peak in hair transplantation technology.”

Pioneering Advances in Hair Transplantation and Healing

Exosomes extracted from the plasma of umbilical cord blood tackle a principal challenge in the post-transplantation recovery process. The Exosome therapeutic method eases the grafts’ assimilation into their new environments, promoting a healthier growth of the transplanted hair and marking a significant leap forward in hair transplantation technology. Mehmet Hanifi Kutlar remarked, “For patients looking for the best hair transplant method, Exosome hair treatment makes it possible to get more effective results in a shorter time.”

Delivering Over 15,000 Successful Treatments

EsteCapelli, at the forefront of promoting Turkey’s health tourism to a worldwide audience and a significant contributor to health tourism in 47 countries, remains dedicated to the latest developments in hair transplantation and cosmetic surgeries, bringing these advancements to its clientele. Mehmet Hanifi Kutlar, the distinguished hair transplant specialist and Medical Director at EsteCapelli, emphasised the clinic’s focus on patient satisfaction, having brought joy to more than 15,000 patients globally with its successful treatments. He noted, “As EsteCapelli, we have once again proven our commitment to offer the most advanced technology and the best results with the Exosome hair transplant method. This innovation reinforces our leading position in our field. Anyone who wants to open the door to a happy future can benefit from the end-to-end hair transplantation service offered by EsteCapelli in Istanbul.”

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