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Hair Loss & Restoration

Hair Loss & Restoration

Hair loss affects millions of people in America and can occur among individuals of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. While genetic predisposition is often the most prominent reason for hair loss, there are other factors that can be associated with this common condition as well. Bald spots and thinning hair can have a significant effect on one’s self-esteem; however, it’s important to remember that there are a number of options available that can effectively restore hair with results that look natural.



Male Pattern Baldness (MPB)

Male pattern baldness commonly refers to the receding hairline and loss of hair in the crown or lower portion of the head. Hair loss in men can be traced to genetics. If your grandfather’s side of the family, your grandmother’s side of the family, your father’s side of the family, or your mother’s side of the family experienced male pattern baldness, chances are that you will also inherit this trait. With that in mind, there have been many advances in the field of hair restoration over the years. The incidence of baldness in men increases with age. The percentage of men 25 to 30 years of age affected by MPB is about 25%. The rate increases to 40% of men aged 40 and 50% of men aged 50 years or older. Androgenetic Alopecia is the medical term for male pattern baldness (MPB). This is the most common type of hair loss that occurs in men, and it is a condition that can be inherited from either side of the family. What is inherited is a certain pattern of hair distribution in which the hair is sensitive to the presence of a male hormone breakdown product called DHT.

After puberty, the male hormone testosterone surges, hence DHT surges. Under the influence of DHT, the hair is progressively miniaturized until it is just fine hair without pigment (vellus hair). This state where the pigmented thick hairs are converted to vellus invisible hairs is the common bald state in men. In male pattern baldness, the follicles on the lower back area and on the sides of the head are typically not affected by the DHT hormone. Since these areas often continue to grow healthy and plentiful strands of hair, they make it possible for surgical hair transplantation utilizing your own hair follicles. Hair loss is a very common condition and there are a number of causes that have been associated with it in addition to genetic factors. These include iron deficiencies, protein deficiencies, severe and/or chronic illnesses, certain medications, and even damage caused by improper hair care. The good news is, there are treatments available and can effectively restore lost hair and help you feel more confident about your appearance.


Pattern Hair Loss in Women

While hair loss is a condition that is most often attributed to men, the fact is that it affects millions of women as well. In fact, by some estimates, one in four women will experience hair loss at some point in their lives. Female Pattern Hair Loss, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia in women, is a progressive condition that can be a surprising development in one’s life – one that causes extreme self-consciousness and a loss of self-esteem. Fortunately, there are a number of advanced hair restoration options available that can address pattern hair loss in women and restore what has been lost with natural-looking results.


Treatment Options for Female Pattern Hair Loss

Advanced hair restoration surgery techniques such as follicular unit transplantation (FUT) and other options can often help women experiencing pattern hair loss, particularly those in more advanced stages. Surgical treatments utilize your own natural hair to renew areas of thinning hair and restore density. These techniques are designed to be lasting solutions to hair loss and produce hair restoration outcomes that make it look like the hair had never been lost.

There are also less invasive options such as Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, Low Level Laser Therapy, and topical solutions such as ROGAINE® that may be beneficial. Hair loss in women is a much more common condition than you may think, and it is certainly nothing to be embarrassed about.


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