Hair Loss Treatments

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Hair Transplant Surgery

Dr Kargin Medical Cosmetic Clinic Hair Centre brings the most successful Hair Transplant team from Turkey. Operations will be performed at King hammed hospital by Turkish Medical Hair transplant Team.

Surgical hair replacement is a popular and effective solution for filling in areas of thinning hair or baldness. The two most popular procedures are FUT (follicular unit transplantation) and FUE (follicular unit extraction). FUT is the more classic procedure, which involves removing a strip of skin from the back of the scalp and removing the hair follicles to insert into another area of the scalp. FUE involves removing hair follicles directly from the scalp for transplantation to other areas.

 

Female Pattern Hair Loss

 

Women’s hair loss can be caused by a number of different factors including genetics, stress or various medical issues. Hair loss can be either temporary or ongoing depending on the diagnosis

 

One of the most common conditions that affects women is Androgenetic Alopecia.

This hereditary condition causes thinning hair which can be found around the top of the head and/or the crown area, whilst the density of the hair from the sides and back of the scalp will remain unaffected.

You may notice you start to shed more hair than usual, and your parting becomes wider.

Female hair loss can also cause a receding hairline, where hair thins around the temples.

Female Pattern Hair Loss is a common form of hair loss in women, causing thinning on the top of the scalp. There are a number of signs of female pattern hair loss and sufferers may display any or all of the following symptoms:

• vertex thinning (general thinning of the hair on the top of the head)

• a receding hairline (thinning of the hair around the temples)

• a thinning crown

 

Alopecia Areata

 

Alopecia Areate hair loss characterised by sudden bald patches. In extreme cases the condition can spread to total hair loss of the scalp or body. Signs to look for when diagnosing Alopecia Areata include patchy hair loss that:

• is often circular in shape

• can appear anywhere on the head

• may also affect areas of the body, in addition to the head

 

Alopecia Totalis

 

Alopecia Totalis is an autoimmune condition which causes hairloss by turning your immune system against your hair follicles. Signs of Alopecia Totalis include:

• total hair loss from all over the scalp

• other facial hair, such as eyebrows and eyelashes falling out

• nails becoming brittle, thin and ridged

 

Telogen Effluvium

 

Telogen effluviumis hair loss that is usually caused by stress or shock. Hair loss will take place around three months after the event that caused it. Signs of Telogen Effluvium include:

• increased shedding following severe stress or shock

• thinning hair

• patches of affected hair (the condition may not necessarily affect the whole scalp)

Minoxidil is the medically-proven hair loss treatment suitable for women that has been shown to regrow hair and stop female pattern hair loss.
supplements which ensure your hair gets all the nutrients it needs to grow back thick and healthy.

PRP
plasma injection
Mesotherapy Hair solutions

 

Follicular Degeneration Syndrome

 

Follicular Degeneration Syndrome is a form of scarring alopecia which is also known as Central Progressive Alopecia and Hot Comb Alopecia. The signs of FDG include:

• firstly displaying as a well-defined patch of diffuse hair loss

• the original patch of hair loss extending centrifugally from the scalp vertex

• the areas affected by this diffuse hair loss may gradually expand over time

Pseudopelade

 

Pseudopelade is an extremely rare hair loss condition, also known as Alopecia Cicatrisata, which is mostly prevalent in women and sometimes children, although it can also develop in men. It is characterised by:

• the development of well-defined patches of hair loss

• patchy hair loss may deteriorate to near total scalp hair loss with individual surviving hairs

• its longevity – Pseudopelade is a long-lasting condition

Lupus

 

Lupus is a rare chronic disease manifested by inflammation of multiple organ systems including the joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels and brain. The condition can also cause hair loss. Signs of Lupus include:

• facial rashes, often in a ‘butterfly’ shape across the nose and cheeks

• rashes, bruising, hives, blisters or ulcers in other parts of the body

• diffuse hair loss

Hair Loss

Dr Kargin Medical Cosmetic Clinic Hair Centre offers a combination of hair loss treatments and products . Treatment tailored for each individual.

 

Treatments:

Dr Kargin Special treatment

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  • Mesotherapy hair
  • PRP Plasma hair
  • PRP Gel hair (Dr Kargin’s formula)
  • Hair filler

 

High Strength Minoxidil

 

Minoxidil is the first of two medications clinically proven for the treatment of hair loss and is effective for both men and women. It is medically proven for androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern hair loss) but is also known to be effective for various other hair loss conditions. Minoxidil is a topical liquid that can be applied once or twice a day depending on the formulation prescribed.
Finasteride 1mg is the second of the two only clinically proven treatments for hair loss and is only effective in men. It is a daily pill that works by inhibiting the product that is produced by the body which causes genetic hair loss – dihydrotestosterone, or DHT.

These convenient nutritional support products each contain a number of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanical extracts, including selenium, biotin and zinc to promote the maintenance of normal, healthy hair growth.

 

Hair Loss In Men

Male Pattern Baldness is a genetic condition that can be passed down from either side of the family tree. So if your Father has a perfectly thick head of hair, don’t think you are definitely safe (although you could be!). It is a condition caused by a by-product of testosterone named Dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT attaches to the hair follicles and causes them to shrink over time, which causes the hair to become thinner and thinner until some men become totally bald on the top of the head.

There are a number of different common patterns of hair loss – a receding hairline, a thinning crown, or general thinning spread over the top area of the head. You can read more about these below. MPB never affects the sides or back of the hair.

There are a number of options available for treating Male Pattern Baldness, including clinically proven medications, laser devices and hair restoration surgery.

Those men who have a very early or aggressive onset of MPB are more likely to lose their hair more extensively or at a faster rate, which could result in baldness at an early age.

 

Different people will respond differently to treatment. For those using an optimal treatment programme consisting of both of the clinically proven treatments and carefully considered hair growth boosters, many men will achieve significant levels of regrowth.

 

One of the most common patterns of hair loss is receding hairline also known as a ‘widow’s peak’. This is where the hair is lost at either side of the forehead, usually leaving a triangular peak in the middle. For some men this might be the only area of hair loss, but others may also experience thinning at the crown. For those with more aggressive forms of MPB the hairline will recede further and further until it either meets the crown (which might also be balding), or results in a large bald area at the top or front of the head.

A less common pattern of hair loss is general thinning spread evenly over the top of the scalp. Men experiencing this pattern of men’s hair loss will not notice a distinct receding hairline or thinning crown and in cases of general thinning the onset of hair loss may be less obvious and take longer to identify. General thinning will not affect the back and sides of the scalp and if you are experiencing hair loss in these areas it will be caused by another condition.

Alopecia Areata is a condition that can appear any time in life between birth and old age. The condition causes sudden bald patches, which can vary from very small pea-sized spots, to larger tennis ball sized patches. More severe forms of Alopecia are Alopecia Totalis or Alopecia Universalis, which cause total loss of hair on the head (Totalis) or total hair loss on the whole body (Universalis).

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Diffuse Hair Loss | Chronic Telogen Effluvium

Diffuse hair loss also known as Chronic Telogen Effluvium, causes evenly spread thinning over the top and sides of the scalp. In most cases the condition affects women, and signs include:

• excessive shedding

• general, overall hair thinning

• thinning hair that affects the whole head equally

 

Traction Alopecia

 

Traction alopecia is a hair loss condition caused by excessive strain on the hair shafts causing damage to the hair follicles. The condition can be caused by tight cornrows or hair extensions, and often displays as:

• hair loss concentrated around the hairline and temples

• patchy hair loss in other areas affected by weighty hair extensions, tight braids or buns

• ‘fluffy’ hair in the receding areas

Trichotillomania

Trichotillomania is a self-inflicted hair loss condition which sees those affected demonstrate the following behaviours in an obsessive manner:

• tug on their hair

• twist their hair

• pull their hair out