Can a plastic surgeon give a head full of hair to people in Advanced Hair Loss condition?

  • 30 October 2014
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Hair Loss can hugely undermine your confidence – no matter how young or old you are, a receding hairline can make anyone self-conscious. To compensate for this condition, and hide their thinning hair people may start letting the rest of their hair grow longer, wear hats or wigs.

Male or female pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) is the most common cause of hair loss in men and women and may be the result of genetic as well as hormonal factors. Hereditary baldness is so common that many people think it is a normal part of the ageing process.However, hair loss can ‘just happen’ or it may be linked to some medical conditions or use of medicines. It can be patchy or widespread, and may range from mild to severe.

Luckily, most causes of hair loss can be stopped or treated. Hair loss can be emotionally very difficult to handle because hair has an important psychological importance in our society. Most men experience some degree of hair loss in their lifetime which can start as early as in their early twenties for some men.

When it comes to hair loss industry, people generally think of hair transplants and hair transplant surgeons. But they fail to understand that plastic surgeons, on one side are not able to save one’s existing hair and on the other side they are not able to cover the entire scalp and give the desired density and volume to those people who are in advanced stages of hair loss and even with multiple sessions of hair transplants, no human being can ever hope to achieve a “FULL” head of hair if they are in an advanced hair loss condition

But don’t lose your faith! Nowadays due to modern techniques it is possible to get a hair back in every square centimeter of scalp with the required thickness, volume and density.

A non-Clinical Hair Replacement will give a full head of hair back, restoring appearance and confidence without hampering lifestyle. Your new look will suits your age, face, personality, profession and expectations. So even if it seems to be no way out there is always a solution for real believers

Things to remember

* Most men and women will be affected by hair loss at some stage in their lives
* There are many causes of hair loss, ranging from rough handling to hereditary factors
* Different treatments are available to slow or reduce hair loss but to give you a full head of hair back to those who are in advanced stages of hair loss, one should opt for combination of clinical and cosmetic hair replacement.

Article by Hair Experts @ AHS

Originally hailing from the length and breath of the country our team of hair experts bring together their strength that lies in consulting for hair and skin/scalp concerns that are faced by a lot of people. This core team involves field experts having passion in the field of aesthetics and creating as well as finding the right answers and clearing doubts about all things "Hair". Combining the interest in the field of aesthetics and general well-being, the team moves forward applying the knowhow gained in the field of trichology as well as hair transplantation contributing successfully in being part of our Team India operations and contributing to the needs of our patrons.

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