We have a surgical led team of hair transplant surgeons, nurses and technicians who work together with the trichologists to ensure effective therapy delivery after Trichological diagnosis.
More commonly known as “male pattern baldness”: The genetic predisposition and a continuous synthesis of the hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from Testosterone is necessary for this to occur. In women the same occurrence as in men triggers what we call genetic thinning.
Traction (Self-inflicted hair loss)
This is by far the most common form of hair loss we have.
This is when lymphocytes act in an idiopathic manner destroying hair follicles or hair stem cells following a genetic predisposition. Some of these conditions cause scarring alopecia which means permanent loss of hair while other can be temporal self correcting hair loss. Mostly autoimmune conditions will not manifest until something triggers them.
Deficiences trigger a diffuse hair fall which may not stop until the particular deficiency has been identified and fixed.