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Your trusted resource on all the latest hair care treatments and procedures. Our dermatologists help you get back to a luscious healthy scalp and hair with our cutting edge treatments and procedures. Begin your hair regrowth journey with us.

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2. Diagnosis and Case History

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3. Curated Treatment Plan

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4. Results and Evaluation

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Trishala Nampurkar

I have been visiting this clinic for Hair Loss treatment since more than a month now. Really happy with the experience till now. Follow up is excellent. Clinic atmosphere is pleasant and very hygienic. Definitely recommended.

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Abhijit Kapure

Excellent experience. I am completely satisfied with the treatment and I can notice improvement. This is a must visit place if you need treatment for hair loss.

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Atul Dedge

The results have been wonderful. Thanks to the doctors and whole clear skin team. I highly recommend this clinic for all people who are facing hair problems. You will surely get good results here.

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Mayur Palase

My issue was abnormal hair loss and I'm happy with the results so far. The best equipments were used and the staff are alert and responsive. Thanks to the team.

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Rudresh Ranaswi

I was having diffused hair loss and my hair density was approximately reduced by 50%. After PRP and mesotherapy along with medications I have got back a decent hair density on my scalp.

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Hair Loss And Testosterone: What is the link?

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Hair Loss In Women: Everything You Need To Know

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Hair Loss in Children: Should You Be Worried?

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Benefits of Vitamin E for Hair: How Does it Help?

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PCOS and Hair-loss: Can it be reversed?

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The Impact of Vitamin Deficiency on Your Hair

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Hair Loss During and After Pregnancy: What Are the Causes?

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Onion Juice for Hair Growth: Does it Actually Work?

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Why Patchy hair loss?

As the disease is autoimmune, there is hair loss from most common life, scalp in the form of solitary or multiple patches of alopecia. When the immune system attack the...

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What is Alopecia Areata?

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease in which our immune system attacks our own hair follicles and it causes patchy hair loss mainly on the scalp and sometimes in other...

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What are the types of alopecia areata

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder, in this condition, your body immune system attracts the hair follicles of the scalp and any body parts. There are treatments for alopecia areata but it cannot...

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What are the home remedies for alopecia areata?

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition which needs combination treatment with oral & topical medications along with laser therapies. Consultant a dermatologist to get better knowledge about the treatment. Diagnosis is very important...

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FAQs
General query

When you get the procedure done by the best hair transplantation surgery experts, then it can last you a lifetime. This is because the genetic nature of Hair Loss is in the follicle and not the scalp.

Even though the hair transplant process is smooth and convenient since it’s a surgery the patient will experience minor discomfort. You will experience a slight pricking sensation on the scalp.

The hair grafts are very fragile and sensitive so should be avoided any kind of hats and helmets on the scalp. Sudden pressure will harm the roots and due to which the roots can fall out.

After hair transplant your scalp tends to be more sensitive, so anything hard can possible to damage the hair roots. Wearing hats or helmet will make your scalp to sweat which is harmful to your scalp. However, after a period of 1 month, it is generally considered safe to start wearing helmets or any other headgear.

Now as you have undergone FUE hair transplant and facing difficulty in choosing your sleeping position. Bear in mind these points, to protect your scalp in the early sensitive phase.

  • Sleeping upright on your bed is the best way to sleep after FUE hair transplant.
  • Lie on your back, fix a soft pillow below your head according to your comfort.
  • Try and keep your head little elevated with the use of a pillow in a proper way.
  • You can also sleep in 45-degree inclined till the 5th day after surgery.
  • You can even fix a pillow to avoid hitting your head on the wooden panel your bed.
  • You can wash your hair after the 5th day of your surgery.
  • Don’t panic if you see swelling on your face for first 4-5 days. Because it’s really very common.
  • It is advised to avoid smoking and drinking for at least 4 weeks after surgery.
  • Don’t scratch your head, as obviously, you will get itching on your scalp. You can use saline water and spray it on the operated area of the scalp.
  • For the first wash after your surgery, you should consult your surgeon for better guidance.
  • Take your prescribed medications after the surgery.

The prime tip for a happy and healthy hair is to properly nourish it and take good care of it. Enrich your diet with proper proteins and vitamins and drink sufficient water every day. In some cases, Hair Loss might occur due to heredity, hormonal changes, or medical conditions. In such cases, do visit HairMD for the best hair fall treatment in Pune.

Hair Loss is often a manifestation of an unhealthy lifestyle caused by smoking, excessive drinking, unhealthy eating habits, and lack of exercise. Getting these factors under control can help regulate the speed of Hair Loss.

Ensuring that the hair receives proper nourishment through adequate vitamin E in the diet as well as better circulation through massages can help prevent hair fall in women. Enriching the hair with coconut oil, relying on Almonds, Acacia, and other fruits in the diet to enrich the hair follicles and stimulate hair growth are some of the changes you can help to stave off Hair Loss.

You are a good candidate for hair transplantation if:

  • You have tried all conservative methods to control Hair Loss like medicinal therapy, low-level laser light therapy, platelet-rich plasma therapy. But all these treatments have not worked for you.
  • Hair Loss/baldness permanently settled.
  • Your baldness doesn’t have any underlying pathological disease as a cause.
  • If you don’t have a diffuse Hair Loss as in Hair Loss all over the head.
  • You have a perfectly healthy donor area.
  • You are ready to take proper aftercare and precautions to avoid infection.

It is preferable to get a transplant done once your donor’s hairs are stabilized. Usually your donor hair fall is stabilized by 25 years, hence it is better to get it done post 25. Hair transplant before 25 is only recommended if there is advanced Hair Loss, if the hairloss has become stable or if the hairloss is affecting the mental health of the patient.

While there is no standard cure for male pattern baldness, there are non-invasive treatments like medicines and invasive treatments like hair transplant surgery which will help slow Hair Loss and promote new hair growth to address the symptom of Hair Loss

Hair thinning or male pattern baldness can start by the time you turn 30. The initial stages will include noticeable Hair Loss. As you grow older, you will either be two-thirds bald or have a noticeable balding pattern.

Half of the male population is affected by chronic Hair Loss by the age of 50. Some men will notice that the Hair Loss is quite quick and they will lose most of it within five years. However, it’s common to lose hair gradually; mostly, it will take over 15 to 25 years.

Yes, it does. Smoking can be really bad for your overall health and it does cause significant damage to your hair, too. The nicotine and carbon monoxide present in cigarettes restrict the oxygen levels in your bloodstream and result in poor blood flow; it also results in poor functioning of vital organs. Smoking also leads to premature hair aging, and scalp infections.

There are many causes behind teenage Hair Loss:

  • Alopecia
  • Ringworm
  • Puberty
  • Poor nutrition
  • Medication that have harsh side effects
  • Diabetes
  • Anemia
  • Styling products
  • Chronic illness

Yes, it can help with hair growth because it increases the blood flow to the hair follicle. It also increases the thickness of the follicle, and delays the maturity phase which decreases Hair Loss.

Alopecia Areata is caused when the cells in your immune system cannot recognize your own hair follicles and treat them as foreign bodies. This is an autoimmune condition and your cells attack the follicles causing them to fall out. The immune response which has misunderstood the follicles as foreign bodies have to be tackled for treatment.

  • Both men and women under the age of 30 are prone to this condition.
  • Men and women who undergo a lot of stress at work are often victims of this condition.
  • People with a history of Alopecia in their family are at risk of developing this condition.
  • People with autoimmune conditions are exposed to an early onset of Alopecia Areata.

The symptoms are loss of hair in patches in the head, in the beard and other hair follicles in the body. In most cases, this condition only affects the hair follicles in the head, but in a few rare cases, the condition spreads to all parts of the body, thereby, rendering the patient hairless. Discolouration and fragility in fingernails and toenails are also present in a few cases. Nails also tend to become brittle and break easily.

The possible side effects of treating this condition with Minoxidil are

  • Redness or inflammation in the skin
  • Uncontrollable itching sensation
  • Localized burns
  • The colour and texture of your hair changes
  • Headaches

The side effects of using corticosteroids for treating the Alopecia differs on a case to case basis. There are instances where patients experienced zero side effects while some had to go through a few changes for a short period.

While these treatments for Alopecia Areata have side effects, consulting your dermatologists on the treatment regimen and dosage can help prevent the onset of these side effects.

Research suggests that people suffering from Alopecia Areata also suffer from low Vitamin D levels. Hence the deficiency could have a role to play to magnify the Hair Loss in such cases. Getting adequate vitamin D can promote hair regrowth in combination with a dermatologist prescribed treatment plan.