Biological Medicine applied to alopecia in men
Below, we will discuss the method developed by Doctor Daniel Cuadra, expert in Bioregenerative and Aesthetic Medicine and Ozone Therapy.
A method which combines the oral ingestion of natural medicine with PDGF (PlateletDerived Growth Factor) and medical ozone, nanopeptides and multivitamins on the epidermis of the scalp.
This innovative treatment for hair growth combines all the recent scientific advances in a formula that is easy to apply via different ways, getting very good results in terms of the strengthening of the already existing scalp. It also protects against hair damage, reduces hair loss, improves the health of follicles, helping the hair to grow longer, thicker and faster. A treatment without side effects and any dangers for the patient.
What does the natural medicine and the organotherapy applied to alopecia in men consist of?
Male androgenic alopecia originates, in most cases, from an unbalance in a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). The DHT hormone is an active metabolite of testosterone; for DHT to be produced, it needs to be activated via an enzyme called the 5-alpha reductase enzyme from testosterone.
DHT is one of the biggest factors responsible for the reduction in hair follicles, making them turn smaller and thinner. This phenomenon is known as miniaturisation and results in hair loss. Therefore, DHT is the cause of approximately 95% of hair loss cases. Men that lose more hair are those that are genetically predisposed to produce higher levels of DHT.
Traditional medicine has designed effective and active principles against this type of alopecia, such as Finasteride (Propecia and Proscar) which act at the level of the 5-alpha reductase enzyme by inhibiting it. Despite being effective, these treatments have secondary effects, such as a decrease in libido.
There are other alternatives to the medicine Finasteride among biological medicine: Organotheraphy, Homeopathy, medicinal plants, Platelet-Derived Growth Factors and Ozone Therapy. These alternatives ensure effectiveness and they also avoid secondary effects. They act through the modulation of this 5-alpha reductase enzyme, such as with pumpkin seed and palm kernel oil (Sabal serrulatum), along with plants which increase the blood supply to the bulb, such as Gingko Biloba or Hamamelis and others that control the excessive amounts of sebum, which is produced in the reduced bulb, such as Nettle.
This first oral treatment prepares the scalp for future treatment with PDGF (PlateletDerived Growth Factor) injections, nanopeptides and medicinal ozone.
Our evaluators assess the suitability of this alternative treatment for our clients and, in order to provide more benefits, they start the first phase with a personalised treatment based on medicinal plants, homeopathy, organotherapy and a nutritional diet with the first consult of scalp micropigmentation. Once micropigmentation has been completed, the second phase of PDGF (Platelet-Derived Growth Factor) injection, nanopeptides and medicinal ozone is started.
Doctor Daniel Cuadra