Having a hair consultation is a very important part of any hair care routine, especially when it comes to deciding on a new hairstyle or color change, and should be done before you begin any type of hair service.
specially designed hair treatment, helps you get your hair back, with very fewer efforts and within the short span of time.
What are the common causes of hair loss or alopecia?
- External factors such as medications, illness, infection or exposure to chemicals.
- Alopecia areata or pattern baldness. It is inherited genetically and presents as bald patches.
- Other causes include scarring, stress or pulling hair which damages the follicles.
- Pregnancy can lead to temporary hair loss in women.
- Androgenetic alopecia associated with hormonal and immune factors.
When is it a reason to worry?
100 hairs per day is considered normal hair fall, provided there is good hair growth. You need to worry and take treatment only if you exceed this, have poor hair growth or reduced quantum of hair.
Does hair loss always lead to baldness?
No, it does not. Balding occurs with permanent destruction of the hair follicle. Hair fall in those with Male Pattern Baldness may experience this, that too few selected cases.
Can alopecia be cured non-surgically?
Alopecia cannot be cured; however, it can be treated and the follicle nourished; allowing it to grow back when done non-surgically.
Do oral supplements or pills treat baldness effectively? When are results seen?
It’s not going to help you grow back a full head of hair, but it can stop hair loss or stimulate additional growth sometimes. However, results of local therapy are better than oral supplements. Most patients start seeing improvement in the form of reduced hair fall, better hair density, and growth in about 8-12 weeks.
How do we treat alopecia?
After examining the root cause, techniques involve Platelet rich plasma therapy, Autologous stem cell therapy, Mesotherapy & Laser Helmet.