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Hair loss can affect the entire body or just the scalp. The impact of hair loss may be permanent or temporary. Hair loss can be caused by a number of factors, including hormonal changes, genetic factors, underlying health conditions, and the natural process of ageing.

It is more likely for men to experience hair loss. Excessive hair loss on the scalp is medically referred to as “baldness.” The most apparent cause of baldness is hair loss due to genetics, which typically occurs as we age. While some people prefer to leave their hair loss problem untreated and unnoticed and conceal it by wearing hairstyles, caps, hats, paints, or scarves. Others may choose one of the available therapies to prevent further hair loss or restore hair growth. Before applying for treatments for hair loss, you should consult an expert surgeon to determine the cause of your hair loss and the most appropriate treatment method.

Hair Loss Symptoms

The manner in which hair loss presents itself is dependent on a number of variables. It can occur suddenly or unexpectedly, affecting the whole body or just the scalp. The following are among the signs and symptoms of hair loss:

  • Gradual thinning on the head: This is the most common hair loss problem that can occur with age. In men, hair begins to recede at the hairline in the forehead area.
  • Patchy or circular bald spots: Some people experience hair loss in the form of patchy or circular bald spots on the scalp, eyebrows and beard. Before hair loss, the skin may become very painful and itchy. Hair loss problem occurs very suddenly.
  • Hair loss due to an emotional or physical shock: Hair thinning is expected in this type of hair loss problem. However, this is a temporary condition.
  • Hair loss in every part of the body: This type of hair loss is a known side effect of specific procedures, such as chemotherapy for cancer.

Effective Treatment Methods for Hair Loss

At Clinic Mono’s collaborative health institutions, surgeons use the most modern techniques for hair loss treatment, such as the FUE hair transplant procedure. During the FUE hair transplant procedure, certain hair follicles will be extracted from your scalp. The surgeon opens several channels along your scalp during an FUE hair transplant to accommodate your hair follicles. The surgeon prefers a minimal piercing material to extract the follicles from the donor area. Although a small scar may form after this procedure, it will be much less visible, and in most cases, you will not even need stitches.

When Should You Go to a Surgeon?

If you or a family member have a permanent hair loss problem and want to seek care urgently, you should definitely see an expert surgeon. Also, if you have a hairline (also known as frontal fibrosing alopecia), an expert surgeon can prescribe medication to prevent permanent baldness.

Clinic Mono’s collaborative health institutions use the latest and innovative methods to treat all types of hair loss conditions. If you have any problems with procedures or hair loss, do not hesitate to contact us immediately.

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