Hair Loss

Optimum solutions to hair loss problems by qualified and experienced doctors

The rich hair of men and women since ancient times was considered a symbol of beauty and health. The loss of hair, though it does not directly affect our health, makes sense to cause anxiety and reflection on our appearance, and there is always the thought that it makes us look older.

The life of the hair makes a long cycle until it falls and is reborn. In its first phase, the hair develops over a period of time that reaches 5-6 years. In the second phase, the hair is weakened and is about to fall until it falls in the third phase, leaving the root to exist for the regeneration of the next hair.

On a daily basis, we lose about 80-100 hairs, while in seasonal outbursts, women notice a greater loss at the time of shaving. If the amount of hair that is lost for more than 2 months doubles, then we have to start worrying.

HAIR TRANSPLANT

Hair Transplant Surgery involves taking healthy, loss-resistant hair from a donor area of your scalp and carefully transplanting it into areas where you have experienced hair loss.

Stages of Hair Loss

Male Pattern hair loss

The early stages of Male Pattern hair loss usually develops in one of two ways, either hair recedes first from the sides of the head (temples) or first from the top of the forehead. The difference can be seen in the pairs of diagrams below.

STAGE 1
STAGE 1
STAGE 2
STAGE 2
STAGE 3
STAGE 3
STAGE 4
STAGE 4
STAGE 5
STAGE 6

Female Pattern hair loss

The four stages of Female Pattern hair loss, based on the Ludwig Scale charts, are illustrated below. Hair loss in women is not as distinct as in men. More often it appears as diffuse thinning throughout the scalp.

STAGE 1
STAGE 2
STAGE 3
STAGE 4 Traction Alopecia

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