What to Do About Hair Loss

If you think hair loss is an inevitable part of aging, think again. While the passage of years does pose a threat to your hair follicles and their ability to grow thick, healthy shafts of hair, you don’t have to sit idly by as your hair thins. And you don’t have to go through an invasive surgery like the one required to get a hair transplant, either. 

At Dr. McKenna’s Orthopedics and Biologics offices in Trophy Club and Dallas, Texas, Dr. Wade McKenna, offers his groundbreaking Remane™ hair restoration treatment. This treatment harnesses the power of stem cells to restore your scalp’s natural ability to grow thicker, healthy hair. 

If you’re lamenting thinning hair, don’t wait to talk to one of our team members at Dr. McKenna’s Orthopedics and Biologic. We can answer any questions you have about this innovative way to reverse hair loss. To get you started, here’s a quick look at this treatment and how it works. 

Remane addresses hair loss at its root

It’s normal to lose nearly 100 strands of hair each day. When you’re young, your body makes up for that recurring hair loss by continually growing new hair. But time, environmental toxins, ultraviolet (UV) rays, and a variety of other things take their toll on your hair follicles. In fact, it’s common for those follicles to get so damaged over time that they stop growing new hair entirely. When coupled with normal daily hair loss, this means you get thinning hair. 

Remane is designed to address hair loss where it starts: at your hair’s roots. With this injection-based treatment, Dr. McKenna has a way to flood your hair follicles with stem cells. The follicles can then use these stem cells to repair themselves, helping them naturally grow new hair. At the same time, Remane revascularizes your scalp, supporting healthy blood flow to your follicles to protect the hair you do have. 

If you’ve heard of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for hair loss, Remane works similarly. Both rely on an influx of growth factors — which are contained in the PRP and in the stem cells in Remane — to tell your hair follicles to grow new hair while supporting their ability to do so. The difference is that Remane contains growth factors in concentrations that are ten times greater than PRP. 

What To Expect With Remane for Hair Loss

Dr. McKenna designed Remane to be a quick, convenient, and effective treatment. The injection of the treatment itself takes just 45 minutes as he distributes the Remane across your scalp. There’s no downtime after your appointment, either. 

After treatment, the Remane goes to work on your hair follicles, staying active for up to 20 weeks. Over the weeks that follow your treatment, you should observe more hair growth. Dr. McKenna can repeat Remane treatments as needed to help you reach your hair restoration goals. 

Does Remane sound interesting to you? If you want to learn more about this way to naturally restore your ability to grow a full head of hair, don’t hesitate to call our office nearest you or make your appointment with our dedicated team online today.

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