The most common known cause of hair loss is the androgenetic alopecia. This condition is seen in both men and women. Almost 70% of males and 40% of females might have problems related to hair loss at some period of their lifetime. The androgenetic alopecia is generally shown itself such as receding hairline and also loss of hair on the top of your head. This case is also known as male pattern alopecia. However, the symptoms are slightly different in female. It is seen as a weakening of all hair. Men with alopecia typically start going bald around their twenties while women generally start in their forties.
The genetic pattern of androgenetic alopecia is unclear because many inheritance and environmental factors are likely to be involved. This condition tends to group in families, however, and having a relative with hair loss appears to be a play role for developing the condition. In addidition researchers proceed to investigate the connection between androgenetic alopecia and other medical conditions.
The most efficent way for solving this issue is the hair transplant. It is performed by removing hair from back of your head that have active hair growth and transplanting them to thinning or balding areas of the front head. Multiple treatments might be necessary. The advantage of hair transplant comparing to the other solutions such as the wig or fake hair is that hair transplant looks more natural and it is permanent. Please check blog out about hair transplantation for more information.
Modern hair restoration techniques enable enhanced methods that can help restore lost hair, replace or re-shape hairlines with natural, growing hair. Hair transplantation is an advanced way of restoring the hair that hair dressers and stylists most of the time cannot tell the difference between natural growing hair and the hair grafts that have been placed. Those having the hair transplant surgery need no more care than the ordinary washing, styling and trimming that they do in their daily life.
In our surgical practice, we offer the latest hair restoration options from medical therapy, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) and advanced hair restoration surgery of the scalp – both follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit hair transplantation (FUT) as well as.eyebrow hair transplantation and laser hair therapy.
8 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MALE HAIR LOSS.
25 percent of men begin to go bald when they reach their 30s. Let’s not panic now. Because even though your hair fills the drain of the shower every morning, the situation may not be as bad as you think.
1. How do I know if I’m bald?
This is not as silly a question as it sounds. Losing your hair does not mean you are bald. While baldness can be a genetic condition, the cause of hair loss varies widely.
If there is a patchy hair loss, it may be alopecia. This is when a person (man or woman) loses hair in various parts of his body. Causes of alopecia can be hereditary or auto-immune.
So this is not the same as basic male baldness. If your hair is shedding especially in certain areas and with certain characteristics, that is, in specific areas such as the temple and crown area, this is the hair loss seen in men.
2-How long does it take for my hair to fall out completely?
Male hair loss begins in the twenties. But in general, it becomes completely bald in 15-20 years. But some men go bald in less than five years. So it is very difficult to give a specific time.
3-Why is my hair falling out? Is this genetic?
If you have male pattern hair loss, your sensitivity to hormones called androgens is at a high level. What type of shedding you will have is hereditary. You may also lose your hair due to a disease or various treatment procedures. Stressful situations, hormonal changes and scalp infections can also be counted among the causes of shedding.
4. Are emotional stress or sexual problems effective in balding?
While the cause of some hair loss is stress, the main cause of hair loss in men is genetics. If your hair is falling out in clumps and unexpectedly, it could be a sign of something else. The best thing to do for this is to consult your doctor.
5. Does stress increase hair loss?
Stress can cause hair loss. But stress-induced hair loss is rarely permanent. By dividing the growth cycle of the hair, hair loss can be caused by the secretion of telogen effluvium. But it goes away on its own over time.
6. Will my eyebrows and eyelashes also fall out?
No. Only the skull is affected by male pattern baldness.
7. Is there a method to naturally stop my hair from falling out?
Everyone loses their hair in some way, and it’s normal for hair strands to get thinner with age.
S’Clinic Hair augmentation can be of great support to you in this regard. Because:
It is completely natural.
Like a hair transplant, not all of your hair needs to be lost.
Hair replication is done holistically.
The process includes the application of S’Hair Anti Hair Loss Serum, which contains 16 growth factors and peptides formulated with biological stem cell technology, to the hair follicles with radio frequency and laser technology.
Pain, bleeding and bruising are not experienced after PRP, mesotherapy and hair transplantation applications.
After the 12th session (6 months), your own hair starts to grow from your roots.
Your doctor is always with you in many areas such as exercise and supportive shampoo recommendations that should be considered before and after the operation.
The type of hair transplantation operation that is suitable for your hair and skin structure will be determined by your doctor after the necessary analyzes and hair transplantation will be performed with the operation type with the maximum success rate. Our doctors are recognized worldwide for their success and will advise you on the right choice for you.
The necessary analyzes before the operation are considered the beginning of the process and are done by our professional team.
Anyone experiencing permanent hair loss is a candidate for hair restoration surgery, including (i) the men with male pattern baldness, (ii) women with female pattern hair loss, (iii) men or women who want to restore or change the shape of their hairline, (iv) people with areas of scarring from injuries or “scarring” skin diseases, and also patients who experienced some hair loss after surgery, such as face lift procedures, (v) people who want to thicken or restore eyebrows, eyelashes, and beards. (vi) men and women who want hair in an area where they have little or no hair.
The surgery takes an average of six to seven hours. General anesthesia is not required during the operation, lighter sedation methods are applied to the patient during the process.
Feeling of pain is minimal as the hair transplantation is performed under local anesthesia, We usually offer sedation next to local anesthesia to our patients with a high level of anxiety.
The standard period of time is five days post-op, but this will be discussed with your consultant when planning your tailored aftercare plan.
If you visit a reputable hair transplant surgeon and follow your aftercare procedure correctly, your hair transplant should last a lifetime.
If you color your hair regularly, it is best to color at least two weeks before and least two weeks after any surgery, just to avoid potential irritation of the scalp.
This answer varies greatly with each individual patient’s skin type. For some patients redness disappears in less than a week. For others, a slight pink tone can persist for months (especially with lighter skin types). In any case, the pink tone areas from either FUE or FUT surgery will slowly fade with time and is usually gone once the hair all grows in.
We recommend avoiding swimming for 10 days in FUE cases, or until any stitches are removed.
Usually, the day after surgery.