Hair Restoration

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Have you noticed how long you stay in front of the mirror just to fix your hair? Your hair is your crowning glory. It is not only applicable for women alone, most of the men if not all, feel the same way too. Hair loss cases could ruin everything. LEARN MORE

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Have you noticed how long you stay in front of the mirror just to fix your hair? Your hair is your crowning glory. It is not only applicable for women alone, most of the men if not all, feel the same way too. Hair loss cases could ruin everything.

 

What causes hair loss?

·         Hereditary. This is the most common cause of hair loss. In fact, almost 95% cases of baldness are genetic.

·         Medication. Different medications needed by an individual can also cause hair loss such as chemotherapy, drugs used to treat depression or high blood pressure.

·         Illness. Some illness such as fungus infection and thyroid disease could cause hair loss as well.

·         Age. Aging could cause an individual’s hair loss.

What could be done to treat hair loss?

Non-surgical options are done to treat hair loss cases. Some drugs such as Rogaine and Propecia are approved to treat pattern baldness. There’s also Strand-by-Strand process or Laser treatments that are available in some clinics. Some natural techniques could also be done such as supplements of chosen herbs.

Surgical Hair Restoration is the most effective technique to treat hair loss. Some methods include micro-grafting, slit grafting or punch grafting. But not all individual who suffer from hair loss could undergo the surgical hair restoration procedures.

Who could be an applicant for Hair Restoration?

Men who has male-pattern baldness or women who has female-pattern baldness that is caused genetically or any individual who lost some hair due to burn or scalp injuries could be a candidate for surgical hair restoration.

Who could NOT be an applicant?

Individuals who have a diffuse hair loss that could cause an insufficient “donor” sites or those who form keloid scars that can cause trauma or injury may not be a candidate for a surgical hair restoration.

Factors to consider for a hair restoration

·         Medical history

·         Age

·         Family history

Understanding hair restoration

Hair restoration could replicate the way natural hair grows. Hairs would come from the “donor” site then placed to the “recipient” site. Transplanted hairs could be visible as small wounds but it will heal quickly and it could be camouflaged by the surrounding hairs.

Every individual might agree that having a gorgeous and beautiful hair could do a lot for one’s self esteem and confidence. Your hair could make your physical appearance better and your own personality a lot better.

References

Cosmetic Procedures by WebMD http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/cosmetic-procedures-hair-loss

Hair Restoration by Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hair_restoration

Understanding Hair Restoration by WebMD http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/understanding-hair-restoration

Hair Restoration by Hopkins Medicine http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/facial_plastic_reconstructive_surgery/cosmetic_procedures/hair_restoration_surgery/

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