Dear Dr. Jones,
I saw the pictures of you attempting to use Acell for scar/hair applications. It was clever to make the incision in an area that is already hairless and scarred too so that the patient doesn’t have any new damage. However, please keep in mind that Acell works from the outside to the inside. In order for there to be any chance that the new area will grow hair the incision has to be wide enough that the outside borders of the incision reach into skin tissue that is still growing hair. I think that somehow someway the Acell gets the information from the area at the border of the wound/incision and so if your incision is entirely inside tissue that is not growing hair then there is no way that the information Acell will get from the incision will include information to grow hair. You are going to have to make incisions a tiny bit wider so that the outside borders of the incision/wound reach into skin tissue that is still growing hair on its’ own naturally.