Hair Loss

Your hair is one of your most beloved and treasured assets. Therefore, when it starts to thin or disappear, the damage rarely stops at the loss of hair. It can become a source of anxiety and heavily knocks self-confidence and body image.

Hair loss is clinically known as alopecia. It is a progressive condition that has different forms and causes, with the most common hair loss type known as androgenetic alopecia. Being hereditary in nature, if it is left untreated, hair loss usually progresses over time, affecting 80% of all men and 40% of all women.

Men with this condition, called male pattern baldness, can begin suffering hair loss as early as their teens or early 20s. It’s characterized by a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown and frontal scalp. Women with this condition, called female pattern baldness, don’t experience noticeable thinning until their 40s or later. Women experience a general thinning over the entire scalp, with the most extensive hair loss at the crown.

Factors which promote Alopecia:

– Increased testosterone levels

– Hormonal changes

– Inflammation

– Blood circulation issues

– Low levels of vitamins and minerals

– Stress

– Pollution

– Genetics

– Illness (acute and chronic)

Recommended Treatments:

The type of treatment that you will receive will be determined by the type of hair loss that you are experiencing. After a consultation and special tests we will develop an individualized treatment plan for you.