Q&A with Dr. Nigam about his stem cell hair multiplication procedure
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Dr. Nigam's Hair multiplication procedure is unproven with a lot of unknowns, this is for information purpose only in order for us to learn more about the legitimacy of his technique and is not an endorsement of the procedure by HairSite
Questions raised by HairSite's forum members:
GNX - Dr. Nigam what is the best case scenario for a successful HM patient? What would great results compare to if you were comparing it to a number of successful grafts transplanted during a traditional FUE procedure?
There is very little documentation as far as photos go so its hard to understand how successful HM really is even with the 50% who are successful.
Stating that you have a 50% success rate is a bit ambiguous. What does that mean exactly when you say success? What are you comparing it against to claim a particular HM procedure as successful? Can you expound on that please?
Dr. Nigam - My criteria for 50% success with HM at my clinic is, after injecting multiplied stem cells, at least 50% bald area of NW1, NW2, NW3, NW4, NW5, NW6, NW7, Diffuse pattern ,Diffuse unpatterned alopecia shows average growth of 60+ terminal hair follicle per sq cm. . For the thinning scalp, after injections of multiplied stem cells, there should be an increase in hair density of terminal hair by 50% per sq cm in thinning area of scalp, and increase in hair diameter by 25%.In first three months, most of the new hairgrowth is due to activation of villous or dormant hair follicles in telogen. After 6 months we start seeing new follicles in areas even without villous hair.
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