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HAIR STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION
Hair loss in men
Hair loss in men can cause serious psychological problems, especially at a young age. Among the most common problems: very high hairline due to thinning, hair loss at the temples, thin hair and a more or less pronounced bald area crown. One in three men between the ages of 20 and 50 suffer from premature baldness. A hair transplant is a good solution to correct hair loss. A hair transplant is a good solution for correcting hair loss.
AT THE “ROOT” OF THE PROBLEM
The causes of the fall
Many men are psychologically uncomfortable about being bald, hair loss is often associated with behavioral insecurity and relationship problems. The most common causes of hair loss in men are:
• Hereditary baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
• Stress-induced hair loss (telogen effluvium)
• Patchy hair loss (alopecia areata)
Hair Science Institute offers a solution with hair stem cell transplantation. Request a consultation and one of our doctors will discuss your personal situation with you. A diagnosis will be made, which will be used to develop an individual treatment plan.
OFTEN AN EARLY PROBLEM
Hair loss in men
Baldness in men is inherited and can occur at an early age. This phenomenon is known as andogenetic alopecia. It is caused by a surplus of the dihydrotestosterone hormone. This shrinks the hair follicles and inhibits growth in certain places on the scalp. Eventually, as a result, the hair dies and can no longer grow. The result is: thin hair, more or less extensive patches of baldness and, finally, permanent baldness.
If baldness is limited to certain areas, it is caused by alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder. This usually manifests as bald patches on the head, but can spread over the rest of the body. A cosmetic problem that many men are afflicted with is bald spots in the beard. This can suddenly be caused by stress. Alopecia areata can usually be treated with hair stem cell transplantation.
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