I’m wondering if I got a hair transplant within the next 2 to 4 months, after I’ve got a master plan and such, if you would use ACell if I gave my consent to use it on a normal transplant. Of course the hopeful result is that if you use it with the hair transplant alone that it helps heal faster and 50 to 400% more could potentially grow than what was transplanted. Since it’s considered harmless by the FDA, do you think it would hurt to just use it and see the results if there are any and if not, no harm done right? It wouldn’t affect the actual hair or anything if I’m not mistaken. And end result being if it doesn’t grow more hairs it would heal faster.
If this was possible could we just pay a little extra to you for the cost of using ACell and see if we get results? Not saying there would be an sort of expectations beyond the actual transplant, but would it hurt to use it just in case or do you think it would complicate the normal transplant in some way?
There are talks and unsupported reports that ACell can speed up the hair transplant healing process and help the REGULAR transplanted hair follicles to grow better/faster. This has yet to be proven satisfactorily, as far as I know.
If you want to pay the extra cost of the ACell to be incorporated in a hair transplant procedure (on the hair follicle), I do not have a problem with it. But you must also accept the fact that ACell can have the complete opposite effect of less than optimal hair growth. While I do not believe this would be the case, we really do not know at this point and must always assume the worst.