Hair Loss in Men
Hair loss has become an issue that is disputed and seeks solutions constantly.
Hair loss problem adversely affect individuals as it makes them feel that they have lost their charm and appeal and age prematurely. As it is an important psychological problem, it damages one’s self-confidence.
Although there are many different ways to deal with this problem, the hair loss problem can be controlled and prevented only by way of hair mesotherapy and RPR treatment at an early age.
The most commonly seen factor for hair loss in men is genetics and family predisposition.
Besides, instant hair loss due to stress, environmental factors, medications and nutritional habits also play a role.
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is responsible for hair loss. It has been observed that this hormone has increased activity in the area where hair falls out.
Hair at the back of the neck and on the sides is not affected by DHT and it is genetically programmed not to fall out. They remain where they are for life.
If you suffer from hair loss problem and want to protect your personal look, you should take action immediately.
Types and Classes of Hair Loss in Man:
(For the avoidance of doubt, there may be hair fallout apart from the given classifications.)
Light: It begins from the front hair line (type 1 and type 2).
Moderate: it moves to the vertex (type 3, type 4 and type 5).
Advanced: It goes from vertex to the back of the neck (type 6 and type 7).
Hair transplantation can be applied in case of full hair loss in men.
In case of light and moderate hair loss, only 1 session of hair transplantation will resume density and coverage.
In case of advanced hair loss, only 1 session of hair transplantation will help the individual get rid of hairless appearance and will offer a better look. If the individual wants all hairless areas to be covered and density to be increased, then 2-3 sessions of hair transplantation will be required.