HAIR FALL TREATMENT IN DELHI
Regardless of age most of the males/females experience hair loss which is quite disturbing at times and make them consult a good dermatologist. Few HAIR FALL TREATMENT IN DELHI CENTERS have the option of complete hair Care along with procedural options if needed. Patients most often follow Advertisement based products before they approach for HAIR FALL TREATMENT. The exact diagnosis and treatment plan has to be worked out before any treatment options are suggested. Most of the patients have a genetic predisposition for hair fall and this needs proper attention besides improvement in diet and other micro nutritional deficiency. Thyroid, Anaemia, any other chronic disease are to be ruled out before HAIR FALL TREATMENT is suggested. We are one of the leading center for HAIR FALL TREATMENT IN DELHI offering various scope of treatments in which major one are Mesotherapy and PRP.
Mesotherapy and Prp can be beneficial and can be used along with other treatment options. Mesotherapy and Prp helps in activating the dormant hair follicle and increase the diameter of existing hair follicles and also helps in reducing hair fall. Tablets, lotions and proper nutritional diet along with these therapies can help the patient combat hair fall. DHT hormone in males is considered one of the major hormone which is responsible for hair loss in males. Aim of the treatment is to have maximum hair in Telogen phase so that a Patient experience less hair fall. Hair fall is a progressive condition and thus needs maintenance and proper treatment follow up. Consultation with renowned dermatologist at our center for HAIR FALL TREATMENT IN DELHI May be taken as soon as Patient experiences hair loss /hair fall. The treatment for Mesotherapy is done once in 2-3 week and PRP treatment can be done once in 5-7 week depending upon the grade of hair loss. Most of the time photographic evidence of hair treatment gives back the confidence to the patient after 4-6 sessions of Prp treatment for HAIR FALL TREATMENT. Patient may opt for biannually maintenance session after 4-6 sessions of Prp is done. Regular follow up and reporting by the patient is needed to have a long term treatment results.
WHAT IS HAIR LOSS?
Hair loss of 50-100 strands in a day in most cases can be considered normal, but delay of growth of new hair can result in thinning or baldness of scalp hair. Research shows that almost 30% of people experience hair loss problem by the time they reach 30 years of age and 50% people show hair loss by the age of 50 years.
The diagnosis of hair loss can be done by PULL TEST and PLUCK TEST, followed by examination of hair under the microscope by dermatologist.Sometimes scalp biopsy may be needed to assess hair loss. Dermascoope can be used to routinely examine the scalp for proper diagnosis.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Ans. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is produced from the male hormone testosterone by the enzyme 5-alpha reductase. DHT is the androgen thought to be most responsible for the type of hair loss also known as male pattern baldness. DHT has a very high affinity for the androgen receptor and is estimated to be five to ten times more potent than testosterone. Other androgens that may be significant in pattern loss include androstenedione, androstanedione and DHEA (especially in women). All of these fall into hormonal pathways that can potentially result in elevation of DHT downstream via various enzymes. It is possible that certain DHT metabolites may play a role in male pattern hair loss as well.
Ans. There is no simple answer to this. No one treatment offers spectacular hair growth for all people who use it. However, there are a few treatments that yield decent results for a majority of people. (Decent is defined here as cessation of further hair thinning and perhaps some regrowth, ranging from a little to moderate.) Some people do respond unusually well--but then some don't respond at all. Most fall somewhere in between. Since there are multiple factors in male pattern hair loss, it is wisest to approach the problem from several angles to maximize results, as some treatments are complementary and address different underlying causes. A common fundamental approach is to use an "antiandrogen" of some kind, whether systemic (such as finasteride) or topical (such as spironolactone or azelaic acid), and a growth stimulant such as minoxidil (Rogaine). To this basic program many add a topical SOD. Other options include therapeutic shampoos, such as the antimicrobial and growth stimulant shampoos. Still other approaches that may help include dietary and nutritional considerations and even lifestyle modifications. There are many adherents to such a "kitchen sink" approach. You can also start with a single hair loss treatment, though due to the long lag time before you can actually verify efficacy, this can be very hit and miss and may bring less than optimal results by only addressing one aspect of a larger problem.
Ans. Sometimes stress can play a role in diffuse loss. Stress-induced loss ordinarily regrows within a year of eliminating the cause.
Ans. At least 2-3 months, though usually significantly longer. Many do not notice any apparent improvements until well after a year. Best results are often seen after the two-year mark. This is because hair follicles undergo a relatively long dormancy period in between hair growth cycles (usually about 3 months). In addition, hair only grows about 1/2 inch per month in non-thinning areas and usually considerably slower in thinning areas. Since it generally takes several cycles of growth/fallout/regrowth, with the hair getting thicker and longer each time, it can take a great deal of time to see noticeable improvement. Note that best regrowth results are seen with hair that was lost within the last five years and in areas of the scalp in which there is still some fine hair.