Best Hair Treatment For Baldness, Hair Loss And Their Regrowth
Currently there are both surgical and non-surgical treatments for hair loss and baldness. Understand what they are to make an informed choice.
Everyone experiences hairfall to some degree i.e. you lose about 50-100 hairs a day - but what separates normal shedding from atypical hair loss is the extent and underlying cause. Depending on the underlying cause, hair loss can be temporary or permanent. Genetics, hormonal imbalance, drug allergy, stress, and illness are some of the common triggers for permanent hair loss. In such cases, at-home remedies may not work as effectively as surgical and non-surgical hair loss treatments. Dr. Rinky Kapoor, a renowned dermatologist, offers an insight into what comprises hair loss treatments, and how to opt for them.
Non-surgical Solution For Hair Loss
QR678 is a non-surgical hair fall therapy that is effective in treating almost all kinds of hair fall and promoting natural hair growth. QR678 has given more than 80 percent success rate in treating androgenetic alopecia, female pattern hair loss, hair loss because of chemotherapy, and hair loss because of PCOS.
In this method, multiple injections of specific hair growth factors are given into the scalp to boost the hair follicles into healthy growth mode. QR678 is an FDA approved hair fall treatment that has received both Indian and US patents. It is appreciated and in demand by patients worldwide.
Amongst the surgical options, there are different types of hair transplant including the follicular unit extraction, follicular unit transplant and DHT therapy.
Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) - In this method, the surgeon removes a strip of the scalp from the back of the head, closes it with stitches, and then cuts the scalp skin into smaller pieces under a microscope to extract the hair follicles. These smaller scalp strips are called grafts. Then, the surgeon makes small holes into the balding area and inserts the grafts into them. The patient is administered local anesthesia during the treatment and the surgical site is covered with gauze or bandages.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) - Here, the surgeon doesn’t remove any scalp skin. Instead, once the donor area (the back of the head) is shaved, the surgeon makes hundreds or thousands of very small incisions to extract individual hair follicles. Then, these hair follicles are implanted into the balding area.The patient is given local anesthesia during treatment and the surgical site is covered with gauze or bandages.
DHT Therapy - Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a sex hormone that can make you lose your hair faster and earlier. High levels of DHT can shrink your hair follicles and shorten the hair growth cycle. To prevent DHT from binding to receptors in your hair follicles and to reduce DHT production, patients are given certain DHT blockers and binders.
Hair loss is a universal problem that can affect anyone, regardless of their race, age, and gender. Though there is a lot of ongoing research to cure baldness and hair loss in both men and women, there’s no standalone solution for treating it. The basics of everything you need to know about surgical and non-surgical hair loss treatments has been mentioned here, but a thorough understanding is a must.
If you are experiencing hair loss and see no signs of regrowth, QR678 hair fall therapy or a hair transplant are good treatment options to consider. However, before you make any decision, it’s important to consult a dermatologist and weigh in the pros and cons of treatment options best suited for your hair loss problems.
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