What is OxyCure Therapy?

  • OxyCure therapy is an "ambulatory" procedure that involves giving patients 100% pure oxygen in a pressure-controlled chamber.

  • The controlled factors involved in OxyCure therapy stimulate the body to improve multiple metabolic functions around the body.

  • That all have a significant impact on the results of hair grafts, resulting in an excellent complementary treatment.

  • Hyperbaric pressure conditions in OxyCure therapy enable the lungs to absorb more oxygen than under normal conditions.

  • Furthermore, the diffusion of oxygen from the red blood cells into the plasma is also significantly facilitated during OxyCure therapy, where the oxygen concentration skyrockets from only 2-5% to an average of 70%.

  • In simple terms, this means that the process enriches your body's cells with oxygen.

  • This then stimulates the molecular function that promotes the proliferation and survival of transplants, resulting in a more complete and dense hair head where the transplant took place.

Why OxyCure Therapy?

  • As we already know, hair transplants are a unique and highly effective treatment for reversing several permanent classes and categories of hair loss and alopecia.

  • However, as with any scientific or medical process, there is always room for growth and improvement, and there is a need to push the potential of treatment forward. That's what the OxyCure comes in for.

  • With a typical hair graft, healthy follicular units are transferred to areas of the bald scalp to promote hair regrowth.

  • However, although the process of hair transplantation does not pose irreversible trauma to the grafts, it tends to have adverse effects to some degree.

  • After that, it generally takes about 3 days for transplants to connect to a consistent source of blood supply, and this process is known as revascularisation.

  • Before this process is complete, transplants rely on plasma to receive their oxygen requirements to assume the necessary cell activity.

  • However, as there are significantly insignificant oxygen concentrations present in the plasma.

  • It is expected that not all transplants will have a guaranteed survival rate and it is estimated that only 70% of transplants survive on average.

  • This clearly shows that plasma is the primary source of oxygen for follicular units for the first 3 days after transplantation.

  • This means that the oxygen level carried in the plasma is required for the survival rates of follicular units and, by extension, ensures excellent results and hair density.

  • To facilitate the survival of hair follicles, the treatment OxyCure has monumental consequences not only on this success, but also a multi-purpose range of aspects of surgery.

The Role of Oxygen in OxyCure Therapy

  • Oxygen is a vital molecule that many organisms depend on as fuel for survival. For the most part, the general understanding of oxygen is that the lack of it in the body causes cells to get old and ultimately die.

  • Although the complex knowledge of oxygen and its important role in metabolic activity may seem unnecessary to know in daily life.

  • To understand the importance of this in terms of hair graft recovery, it is important to inform.

  • The oxygen used in OxyCure treatment is groundbreaking and can help stimulate growth and survival of implanted follicles.

The OxyCure Procedure

  • The OxyCure therapy consists of two sessions, the first taking place immediately after a hair transplant and the second scheduled the day after the transplant.

  • During treatment, you may be asked to sit or lie down in a tubular chamber.

  • Which can be a full room designed to accommodate a group of people or a single tube capable of accommodating one person at a time.

  • Once comfortable, 100% pressurized oxygen is administered using a mask or hood, and patients may engage in recreational activities, play, listen to music or watch television. Overall, it is a very quiet and relaxing procedure which also offers some down time for clients after their transplant.

  • If your treatment needs a tubular chamber, it means that it can take only one patient and the treatment is given when the person lies down.

  • The chamber is made of light plastic and the duration of this treatment is about one hour.

  • During your treatment, up to 8 patients can be accommodated at a time.

  • The patient must sit down and have the treatment done with masks.

Benefits of OxyCure Therapy

When patients choose an OxyCure therapy to complete a hair transplant, they can benefit from better hair growth and outcomes following the procedure.

1. An Increased Survival Rate of Grafts:

As mentioned earlier, OxyCure therapy ensures that the follicular units retain enough oxygen concentrations carried through the plasma to survive the 3-day period, before they connect with the blood supply directly. With OxyCure, follicle survival rates are 98% higher.

2. Decreased Swelling:

With any hair transplant, face may get swelling and is a source of discomfort for patients after surgery. With OxyCure therapy, oxygen is administered directly to the scalp.Therefore, eliminate the onset of swelling and the need for specialized post-operative care, such as compression strips, etc.. This reduces the number of lifestyle changes that patients must adhere to immediately following surgery.

3. Reduced Recovery Period:

After graft surgery, the body is often left exhausted, but with OxyCure therapy, energy levels are increased to help the body in quicker recovery.

Instead of the usual two weeks recommended for full recovery, the time frame is reduced from 50% to 70%.

4. Stimulation of  Healthy Hair Growth:

OxyCure therapy encourages the body to stimulate numerous metabolic functions around the body that have a tremendous impact on your final hair transplantation results.

 The hyperbaric pressure conditions of OxyCure treatment allow the lungs to absorb additional oxygen. That they would do it under normal conditions that helps to stimulate your hair growth during your procedure.