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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, also known as PRP therapy, uses injections that include the patient’s platelet concentration. These injections speed up the healing and rejuvenation process. PRP accelerates collagen growth in the body and stimulates it to result in facial rejuvenation and younger-looking skin.Read More
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Technique is the most advanced hair transplant technique for advanced hair loss, male or female pattern baldness. The treatment offers amazing hair transplant results. In this procedure dermatologists extract individual hair follicles from parts of the head which have hair and implant them in regions experiencing hair loss.Read More
Mesotherapy is a medical procedure that involves injections of vitamins, hormones, plant extracts, and enzymes. These injections help rejuvenate and tighten your skin while removing any excess fat. The technique uses fine needles, which pass a sequence of injections into the skin's mesoderm (middle layer). The treatment aims at correcting inflammation and poor circulation.Read More
Dermapen Microneedling is an excellent treatment method for hair loss. This process involved creating wounds on the scalp, and it is thought to initiate the regeneration of healthy hair follicles. The regeneration triggers new hair growth and can thicken thinning hair. It stimulates collagen production and encourages optimum blood flow to the scalp, bringing nutrients to the hair follicles. Microneedling is also known to induce stem cells in the hair follicles; this is crucial because it leads to hair growth in the areas that need it. Dermapen Microneedling is also known to promote skin product absorption, which can be quite valuable in treating hair loss.Read More
Low-Level is a low-intensity procedure that helps stimulate skin healing by using low levels of light. This technique is also called cold laser therapy because the light won’t heat your body’s tissue. During this procedure, the low-level light is applied directly to the targeted area, and it is delivered in different outputs and wavelengths. As a result, the body tissue absorbs the cold light, which results in cells responding with a physiological reaction that triggers regeneration.Read More
Erbium glass laser treatment is a new process that is used for androgenetic alopecia. T is a 1550 nm erbium-glass fractional laser. This wound healing treatment process stimulates hair regrowth, and they use insulin-like growth molecules to trigger new hair growth. This laser treatment results in a significant increase in hair strand count, along with shaft diameter, within four months.Read More
The Excimer Laser is an excellent therapeutic option used to treat patchy areas affected by alopecia areata on the scalp. It also works for patients experiencing alopecia areata of the beard. The excimer laser emits an energy wavelength of 308 nm, which is also referred to as a “super narrowband” UVB light source. This laser treatment is highly effective on patients who have psoriasis as well. There are many benefits to opting for this procedure like, it’s noninvasive, painless, has no side effects,Read More
Intralesional Steroid Injections is an alopecia areata treatment usually recommended to people with less than 50% scalp involvement. A dermatologist will successfully treat patients who are experiencing extensive alopecia areata with Intralesional Steroid Injections. Intralesional Steroid Injections are a safe and effective treatment for hair loss and strengthening existing hair strands. Patients who have exclamation point hair and positive hair pull tests are likely to respond better to this treatment.Read More
Nano fat and SVF injections are a specialized treatment process that uses high refined fat molecules obtained from your body to restore any facial volume. As a result, it helps minimize the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles and rejuvenates your appearance. The concept of nano transfer is pretty safe and effective because it involves using the patient's fat as a natural filler compared to traditional derma fillers.Read More
A phenol peel is a contact irritant among topical immunotherapeutic agents that triggers epidermal coagulation; this process is also known as therapeutic wounding. The phenol peel hair loss treatment can halt any immune attacks on anagen hairs by provoking any antigenic competition and immunomodulation. The phenol peel provides scalp exfoliation, removes dead skin cells, decimates unsaturated fats, and reestablishes the oxygen supply to the scalp.Read More
This is the latest breakthrough method for hair regeneration and is also known as hair-related biological therapy. Currently, it is the best hair-related biological therapy for hair loss treatment. The Rigenera Activa treatment encourages the follicle during the quiescent cycle, riggers new hair growth, and strengthens the active ones. The whole procedure consists of three phases; collecting skin graft from the donor area, separating tissue and filtration of micrografts, and preparing micrograft solutions.Read More
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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.
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:
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:
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.
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
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.