Do You Really Need a Hair Transplant? Hair Loss Condition and Finding the Suitable Treatment

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Hair loss conditions are very depressing for people of every age, every gender and every race; many people suffering from hair loss conditions are seeking the most suitable treatment for themselves. Finding a cure for yourself is a complex thing to do due to the abundance on the number of options and the different needs of different conditions.

The most effective solution has been accepted to be hair transplant; hair transplant procedures are searched for and opted for by many patients daily for their promising results and smooth progress. But are these procedures suitable for every individual’s condition or able to treat every type of hair loss?

   To figure out whether you need a hair transplant to treat your hair loss, certain factors should be considered.

Type of the hair loss

One of these factors isis the type of hair loss; there are many types and causes for hair loss conditions, some of which are permanent while others are temporary. Hair transplant procedures are considered more suitable for those suffering from permanent hair loss or when it is uncertain whether the fallen hair will grow back. The most commonly experienced permanent hair loss conditions are Androgenic Alopecia (male and female pattern baldness), Involutional Alopecia (hair loss caused by ageing) and Alopecia Areata(immune disorder causing hair loss in different parts of the body);. In contrast, in these conditions, a hair transplant can be very successful; in more temporary types of hair loss, such as seasonal hair loss or stress-related hair loss, a hair transplant is usually recommended only if the problem occurs for a very long time and cannot be treated by the elimination of its cause.

Level of the hair loss

The second most crucial factor to consider before a hair transplant is the level of hair loss. The most common type of hair loss is male pattern hair loss today; the best way to objectively measure your male pattern hair loss is Norwood Scale. This is a scale used by doctors very commonly. It has seven stages, and as the number increases, the hair loss severity rises as well. According to this scale, a hair transplant is recommended for patients who suffer from Stage 3 or higher hair loss, as it is usually the point where the condition becomes visible and disturbing.

Expectations from a hair transplant

Another essential thing to consider before a hair transplant is your expectations; every hair loss patient has a unique body and face. The expectation on style, density or the shape of your hairline may differ. Patients with realistic expectations are more likely to be satisfied with a hair transplant surgery; a detailed discussion of your expectations should be done with a hair transplant specialist, and their opinions about possible results should be considered.

For those who hesitate about their hair loss condition and cannot decide if they need a hair transplant, Mono Hair Transplant Clinic offers detailed hair analysis and consultation sessions with our medical consultants and hair transplant specialist. To get a professional opinion on your particular condition, please do not hesitate to contact us anytime.

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