Hair Regeneration And Growth Treatment
Hair Regeneration And Growth Treatment
Our hair is an important part of our physical appearance, it affects our personality, confidence, and mood. Hair loss and baldness can lower our self-esteem. If you or anyone you know is dealing with hair loss, then there are two things that you need to know.
The first thing to know is that you are not alone. According to the AHLA (American Hair Loss Association), nearly 60 percent of men in America experience various degrees of hair loss by age 35. Additionally, approximately 85 percent of men experience significant hair thinning by age 50. Hair regeneration issues are not unique to any gender as this condition can affect anyone, as 40 percent of the adults suffering from hair loss in the U.S. are women.
What is Hair Loss?
Generally, human beings lose between 50 to 100 hairs daily. However, this is not noticeable because of the rapid hair growth cycle that replaces lost hair with new ones. The hair growth cycle is often disrupted when the hair follicles become inactive or are unable to produce new hair quickly enough. This becomes a problem when the hair growth cycle gets disrupted, leading to severe and rapid hair loss.
Different Types of Hair Loss and Their Underlying Causes
Some of the most common types of hair loss are:
This type of hair loss is referred to as male-pattern baldness, it is one of the most common types of hair loss. It affects nearly 50 percent of the people dealing with reduced hair growth and follicle loss. Androgenic Alopecia is characterized by gradual and predictable patterns of hair loss. It starts with a receding hairline and some bald spots in men. Alternatively, the pattern of thinning hair in women triggers hair loss along the crown of the scalp.
The underlying cause of androgenic Alopecia is family history or genetics, which is also called hereditary hair loss.
Alopecia Areata hair loss is a type of hair loss where your immune system attacks hair follicles. Hence, it results in bald patches or total hair loss. Apart from losing hair on the scalp, some people may also lose hair from their eyebrows and eyelashes. The underlying cause of alopecia areata is an autoimmune dysfunction. It is more common in people with existing AI disorders like thyroid diseases.
This hair loss type is caused by chemotherapy or radiation treatment. However, hair usually grows back once the treatment stops. We have solutions to expedite the return to the growth phase.
Telogen Effluvium is a condition where you experience sudden hair loss. Several different factors can trigger Telogen Effluvium, such as:
– A serious illness an extreme stress
– Physical or emotional trauma
– Endocrine disorders and Hormonal changes because of pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause
– Stopping or starting hormonal birth control
– Medications (anti-depressants, steroids, etc.)
– Nutrient deficiencies (anemia)
Hair loss risk factors for men include:
Hair loss risk factors for women include:
Hair Loss Treatment
We offer innovative hair regeneration programs to restore your hair using PRP for hair loss treatment, a leading-edge platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in conjunction with other modalities to address health issues that contribute to hair loss. These combinations are known as the best treatments for hair loss, as they allow your body to stimulate healthy cellular regeneration in your scalp’s hair follicles to increase hair growth.
What should I expect during hair loss treatments?
During a PRP hair restoration treatment, our experts begin by drawing your blood, separating the solid blood components from the plasma in a laboratory centrifuge. When your serum is ready, it is activated and injected directly into your scalp. The PRP treatment should trigger your natural hair growth process by instigating your follicles into the Anagen or growth phase.
In addition to the Platelet Rich Plasma treatments, our experts offer treatments to reduce testosterone conversion to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and androgen receptor binding to address one of the hormonal root causes of hair loss and reduce inflammation.
Depending on your situation, several treatments may be required to achieve optimal hair restoration results. You must be patient with your hair restoration program; your body needs time for the procedure to move your hair into the growth phase.
Hair regeneration is a safe and non-surgical treatment approach regarded as the best treatment for thinning hair. The process helps prevent hair loss by using the healing properties of Regenerative Medicine.
Contact our experts to learn about your hair restoration options and PRP for hair loss treatments if you’re concerned about hair loss.