EXOFLO™ HAIR RESTORATION TREATMENT
"Dr. Gross and his team are embracing the future of regenerative techniques that have the power to reshape hair loss."
LATEST IN HAIR RESTORATION TECHNOLOGY
At DGMD Medical we pride in providing the latest in hair restoration technology. If you are experiencing hair loss you are not alone. Millions of men and women suffer from this chronic problem every year. At The Hair Center of Nebraska/DGMD Medical, Dr. Gross is at the forefront of hair loss treatments and we are excited to announce a new therapy: ExoFlo™ Stem Cell.
What are exosomes? Exosomes are derived from mesenchymal stem cells and represent the new frontier in regenerative medicine. ExoFlo™ is a natural and safe preparation of nano-particles derived from mesenchymal stem-cells that contain powerful growth signals that regenerate new tissue (including hair). In hair loss treatment, the exosomes deliver “wake up” signals to your dormant follicles and stimulate the production of new hair cells. Dr. Gross and his team are embracing the future of regenerative techniques that have the power to reshape hair loss treatment with ExoFlo™.
Yes. ExoFlo™ is FDA-approved. There is no risk of rejection or hyper-inflammatory responses.
ExoFlo™ is a great option for both men and women experiencing hair loss. ExoFlo™ could be a great treatment for you if:
- You have been told that you are not a good hair transplant candidate
- You are hesitant to commit to having a hair transplant
- As an additional treatment after PRP for hair loss or hair transplant
- You have female pattern baldness
- You are a woman with generalized thinning
- You have Traction Alopecia that has resulted in thinning (not bald) areas of your scalp
The treatment is much like a PRP treatment to the scalp. Local anesthetic is applied and the preparation is then injected into the scalp using the tiniest of needles just under the skin to the thinning scalp areas. Because the preparation is cellular, the treated areas do not demonstrate any inflammation or redness post-treatment.
Results can be seen as soon as 4 weeks after treatment.