Did your Hairline start receding? Are you facing lots of hair fall lately and worried about growing bald? Still, have confusion about treatment modalities?
Don’t worry, I am here to solve your confusion and guide you. Nowadays, I come across many patients, who complain about being too young to have a receding hairline, especially around their temples.
In my 30 years of practice, these kinds of problems in the young generation are quite recent. I won’t say only genetic predisposition plays a crucial role in hair loss but it has a synchronous outcome of many factors like stressful and hectic lifestyle, junk food consumption, along with disturbed cortisol levels due to many factors.
This post talks about dermaroller as an effective treatment for hair loss. If you’re exploring hair loss treatment options, this will help you arrive at a decision.
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Yes, it does! Many benefits come with micro-needling especially in treating hair loss. Studies have shown that it’s an effective treatment for alopecia because it helps stimulate collagen production and can help trigger stem cell production in the hair follicles. Thus, increasing hair regrowth. Also, if you’re still asking the question, “do derma rollers work for hair growth?” then you must know that it helps with the absorption of products that treat hair loss like:
However, before you implement derma rolling, you need to speak with your doctor about all the hair regrowth options and if you need to add any additional treatments to your haircare routine.
Dermaroller is a device, which uses the mechanism of micro-needling that stimulates hair growth.
Let’s have a glance on how to use Dermaroller for hair
To achieve maximum benefits, dermaroller can be used from 2-3 times a week to once in 2 weeks depending on various factors like area requiring treatment, needle length and hairloss.
It is advisable to get the treatment done under the purview of licensed dermatologist professionals. The derma rolling process is not surgical, hence, there are not many risks involved but the whole process does require trained hands, and this is where a professional comes in.
A licensed practitioner will do the procedure with minimal complications and scarring. Request a consultation before taking on the treatment and also ask about the approximate cost. A reputed medical practitioner will show you a portfolio of their work, during the consultation.
To learn more about dermaroller treatment and other treatment modalities for hair loss, book a consultation with a HairMD expert.
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