• Adam Whatley

Regenera Activa Transplant vs FUE Hair Transplant for Hair Loss Treatment?

Updated: Jul 17, 2020

Are you suffering from hair loss? Undecided of the best action of treatment? Here at

Dynamic Regenerative Medicine, our Hair Loss Clinic in Birmingham can help you.

Hair growth medicines can have unwanted side-effects. Hair transplant surgery is invasive and costly. Are there any other options for hair loss treatments? YES.

Have you considered Regenera Activa®​ autologous stem cell micro-graft transplant or platelet rich plasma (PRP)?

Regenera Activa autologous stem cell micro-graft transplant Birmingham

Regenera Activa®​ Micro-graft hair transplant available here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine Birmingham, UK

Although still very new to the UK, Regenera Activa®​ advanced hair loss treatment that is well-established and approved by major health regulatory authorities internationally – FDA (US), CE (Europe).

Satisfying results of this natural and scar-free hair loss treatment are now consistently being shown. Better still these results are providing the gap between hair loss medicine and hair transplant surgery.

What is Regenera Activa®​ hair loss treatment?

This advanced treatment method uses regenerative cells harvested from micro-grafts of your own healthy hair. Regenera Activa®​ is a fast all-natural hair loss treatment that provides successful results with minimal side-effects and no downtime.

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How does Regenera Activa®​ Hair Loss Treatment work?

Regenera Activa®​ is a fast 3 step procedure:

1. Harvest of micro-grafts

2. Extraction of regenerative cells from micro-grafts

3. Injection of regenerative cells to hair loss areas

Who can have Regenera Activa®​ Hair Loss Treatment?

Both men and women with hair thinning. Androgenetic Alopecia or Pattern Hair Loss are suitable.

What is androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness)

Androgenetic alopecia also known as male or female pattern hair loss and is the most common form of hair loss.

Male patients with grade I to III hair loss are suitable candidates for the Regenra Activa hair loss treatment. This is because the Regenera Activa®​ micro-graft method is based on the stimulation and recovery of dormant hair follicles.

It is unlikely that Regenera Activa®​ is fully successful in helping large areas of hair follicles that are non-functioning. This is where hair transplant is recommended. In female pattern hair loss, the hair becomes thinner all over the head.

Who will benefit the most from Regenera Activa®​?

Healthy men and women with mild to moderate hair loss and thinning will benefit the most from Regenera Activa®​ treatment. However, advanced hair loss and thinning in women has also been shown to produce very good outcomes.

Regenera Activa®​ Micro-graft Vs Hair Transplant FUE Surgery

Minimal Downtime:

Hair transplant surgery is an invasive procedure that requires downtime of 1 week due to post-surgery recovery and variable success rates. Shaving of hair is generally necessary. Hair transplant surgery has the risk of damaging good healthy follicles.

Regenera Activa®​ micro-graft hair loss treatment has no downtime.

This being said, transplant surgery is often recommended for large areas of hair loss. Micro-graft hair loss treatment is recommended for generalised hair thinning.

What results can I expect to see with Regenera Activa®​?

Regenera Activa® works to stimulate hair follicles straight away. Early visible results and reduced hair shedding can be seen within 1 month. To date, clinical studies have shown improvements in hair density, hair counts and scalp coverage in as early as 1 month, but patience is a virtue. Improvements in total here thickness takes time. Like even when you have a hair transplant, it takes approximately 10 months for the hair to grow.

Regenera Activa®​ in combination with other hair loss treatments.

Yes, to improve the effectiveness, this treatment can be used in combination with the following:

  • Platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment

  • Topical finasteride

  • Minoxidil

  • Blood stimulating shampoos

This being said, transplant surgery is often recommended for large areas of hair loss. Micro-graft hair loss treatment is recommended for generalised hair thinning.

Advantages of skin biopsy versus adipose derived stem cells:

Skin tissue of the scalp is far more specific than adipose tissue, due to having the same embryological origin of the affected region of the hair loss. The science behind the regenerative capabilities is of powerful protein progenitor cells. These important cells inclosed within the micrograft provide a solution or a powerful site-regulated drugstore that serve as modulatory agents. By injecting these micrografts into the affected areas of hair loss, these cells are able to perceive the micro environment that surrounds them.

To obtain the same amount of progenitor you need at least 10ml of fat tissue, whereas with a skin biopsy micro graft, you only need three small dermatological punches of 2 mm to achieve the same quantity.

Finally, skin biopsies of far less invasive than lipo with much less bruising.

Autologous Micrograft Regenera Activa®​ cost

Current fees for this treatment in the UK range between £2500 – £1999.

Want to find out more about this new and exciting treatment?


Don’t let the signs of ageing affect your confidence or get in the way of life. Schedule a FREE consultation with Dynamic Regenerative Medicine today, and let us treat your hair loss and provide you with full confidence again. We have clinics operating out of Solihull (Henley-In-Arden) and Birmingham.

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