Medical Hair Restoration

Hair loss is also known as Alopecia. We generally lose up to 100 hairs from our head daily. But if you?re losing more than this, then you?re in a big trouble and this trouble is called ?Hair loss?

You lose hair as you grow older or the loss could be due to certain diseases. Like

  1. Diabetes
  2. Thyroid Problems
  3. Cancer
  4. Stress
  5. Low protein diet
  6. Poor nutrition
  7. Genetic
  8. Medications

Female and male pattern baldness (Hormonal factor)

The hormonal cause of hair loss is a hereditary state known as female-pattern baldness or male-pattern baldness.

Imbalance can also cause hair loss (temporary)

Hair loss can also be due to usage of drugs for the disease like:

  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Heart diseases and high blood pressure.

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How to diagnose the problem:

Before taking any drugs or hair transplant discuss the problem with a doctor first. Your complete medical history, physical assessment and family background will help in diagnoses.

Treatments:

Treatment depends on the cause of the hair loss. They include drug treatments or hair restoration surgery. ?In some cases, Hair may restart growth without any treatment or medications.

Medication

FDA approved drugs include:

Rogaine (Minoxidil):

It comes in the liquid form; you rub it on your scalp for hair restoration. It?s highly effective and your hair starts growing again within 13 weeks. It encourages hair growth by improving the growth phase of hair strands.

Minoxidil is more effective for women going through androgenetic alopecia. But they should use only 2% of it

Propecia (Finasterdie):

This medicine is approved for males only and taken on a daily basis in tablet form. ?It decreases the growth of one of the hormones related to androgenetic alopecia. It is effective too, and has some side effects also.

Surgery

Transplantation is the option for those who have lost their hair permanently. Generally, in permanent hair loss, top of your head is affected. In a hair transplant, surgeons remove a narrow strip of hair from the donor area (back side of your head) and use it to fill the bald area of the scalp.

Doctors first clean the bald area of your head and then inject a pain killer to numb that area from where the scalp will be taken. After taking or removing the strip they sew it on the bald area. Extra sessions are needed to have thicker hair

Two types of hair transplants are common these days; they are FUE and FUT transplant. The extraction of hair follicles differentiates between the two.? In FUT method, the strip is taken from the back and then hair follicles are extracted from this strip whereas in FUE, follicular units are taken directly from the donor area.

Both the treatments give natural looking results however, FUE is more expensive than FUT.

Scalp reduction:

Scalp reduction is a process that surgically wraps the bald area of your head. After the bald area is removed, the hair covered scalp replaces it. Scalp reduction (Alopecia reduction) is frequently combined with hair transplantation to get better results.

Dangerous methods to avoid:

Flaps, scalp reduction, linear and round grafts are old methods and quite dangerous too. Therefore, they should be avoided.

Wigs

If you don?t want to treat your baldness medically, then you should think about wearing a quality wig or fake hairpieces. They cover up the hair loss well.

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