Up to 50% of men will have experienced some degree of hair loss by the time they reach 50. And for many, hair loss will occur far earlier, whilst they are in their 20s, 30s or even late teens.
There are various reasons to get a consultation with a trichologist. From hair loss, hair texture problems or scalp issues, it is always best to find out what condition you may have. Hair is one of the body’s most active metabolically active tissues and it often reflects the first signals of internal disturbance.
To diagnose a trichology related issue, the best option is to visit the Wimpole Clinic and get a physical examination in order to look at the underlying skin and patterns.
Anagen effluvium (or Cancer Treatment Hair Loss) is a diffuse hair loss similar to telogen effluvium, which develops much quicker and that can cause a complete hair loss.
Trichotillomania is the loss or damage of scalp hair through repeated pulling or twisting due to irresistible obsessive-compulsive impulses.
Pityriasis Amiantacea is an eczematous condition in which an excessive scaling of the scalp occurs.
Androgenic Alopecia (or male pattern baldness) is a genetically determined disorder defined by the conversion of terminal hairs into indeterminate and eventually into vellus hairs.
Telogen Effluvium is a scalp disorder that occurs in periods of emotional or physiological stress, which can result in an alteration of the normal hair cycle.
Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease defined by patches of hair loss on various parts of the body and more usually the scalp.
FUT Hair Transplant
In this method, a narrow strip of hair covered scalp is taken from the donor area of the back of the head. Grafts are created from this strip by technicians using microscopes to give the perfect grafts required. The grafts are then placed in tiny micro-incisions in the bald area creating a natural look.
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