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Male Hair Loss

Hair are the main frames of our faces. It is among those few attributes that we can voluntarily control, through hair length, style, and color. Our hairstyle is often a nonverbal expression of our personality. Male and female pattern hair loss affects 50% of men by 50 years of age and nearly 50% of women. The slow, relentless, involuntary loss of hair creates emotional stress for millions of men and women. Countless Internet sites and late night infomercials purport to have discovered a ‘‘miracle’’ cure for male and female pattern hair loss. Unfortunately, these ‘‘cures’’ are nonexistent and only serve to create cynicism and further stress for patients.

The most common type of hair loss occurs in a predictable pat­tern, and pattern hair loss occurs when the normal cycle of hair growth changes. Usually pattern hair loss starts slowly, and continues to get progressively worse. Progressive pattern hair loss is a common occurrence among men, and less apparent but still quite common among women. While men typically suffer pattern baldness with receding hairlines and bald spots on the crown of the head, women typically experience generalized thinning hair over the entire top of the head. And as we age, the occurrence and degree of hair loss increases.

Causes for Hair Loss

There have been numerous causes blamed for pattern hair loss, including “hot blood,” excessive blood circulation in the scalp, inad­equate blood circulation in the scalp, wearing hats, brushing the hair too much, brushing too little, dirty scalps, oily scalps, hormones in scalp oil, dandruff, various diseases, excessively tight scalps, inad­equate oxygen reaching the hair follicles, inadequate nutrition or nutritional deficiencies, “sleeping” hair follicles, and hair“stuck” in the hair follicles, to name just some of the “hair loss causes” offered by scientists and charlatans over the years.

The cause of male pattern hair loss is likely to be due to genetic susceptibility that leads to the follicle being more sensitive to the male hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Most men do not have an excess of male hormones (androgens) but these hormones are responsible for male pattern hair loss. Men castrated before puberty do not develop male pattern hair loss.

Male Pattern Hair Loss Treatment

Male pattern hair loss can be treated with solutions applied to the scalp, tablet treatments aimed at decreasing male hormones, or camouflage treatments aimed at disguising the thinned areas. Hair transplantation can improve hair density at the front of the head by moving follicles from unaffected areas at the back of the head. Whilst there are a number of treatments that can slow the process or partially reverse it, complete reversal to pre-puberty density is not achievable with medical treatments.

Hair Transplantation

Not all treatments work for all people. Hair transplant surgery remains an important option for patients who do not have success with or interesting the aforementioned medical therapies. Under local anesthesia, in an outpatient procedure. Doctors harvest an elliptical strip from this donor region, and divide the strip into individual hair follicles. Then they numb the area to be transplanted and create hundreds of nicks where the transplanted hairs will be placed. With a team of two to four assistants, they move the hair efficiently into the new sites. The grafts heal in overnight, and over the next 6 to 8 months these new hair will grow and help re-frame the patient’s face and renew their self-confidence.

Hair loss Problem in Dubai

With baldness being more likely in the UAE than in other parts of the world, more young men here are turning to hair transplant clinics. Genetics, climate, stress and poor nutrition are major factors contributing to male pattern baldness. About 60 per cent of the male population in the UAE is expected to experience some kind of hair loss in their lifetime, while the average global figure is 40 to 50 per cent. Most men and women in the Middle East suffer hair loss to some degree, which may be an effect of the extreme weather and pollution typical of the region.

While a change of environment may lead to a change in hair conditions and texture, hair loss is not linked to the quality of water. Hair follicles are extremely sensitive to change. They are complex microorganisms with their own immune system and they are sensitive to change of atmosphere, a change in diet, a change in environment, and even a change in relationship or the change of a boss at work. When a person undergoes any type of change or experiences stress, their hair could respond by slowing down and switching off. The hair goes into a transition stage known as ‘Catagen’, which signals the end of the active growth of a hair (Anagen phase), followed by the resting stage known as the ‘Telogen’ phase.

Best Hair Transplant Center Dubai

Hair Transplant Center located in Dubai is one of the premier institutes providing hair care. We specialize in hair loss therapy and are renowned for our individual customer care. Hair transplant Center has highly qualified and internationally trained doctors, nurses, and aestheticians. Our goals are

  • Treating our patients according to the highest international standards.
  • Being truthful and not misleading.
  • Trying our best to satisfy everyone coming to our clinic.
  • Providing latest world treatments at low costs.
  • Ensuring patient’s safety and avoidance of complications.

Hair Transplant Center in Dubai is committed to achieving for our patient world class therapy through our highly trained staff. We not only provided FUE Hair Transplant in Dubai (follicular unit extraction), FUT (Follicular unit transplant) and low level laser therapy but also are updating our techniques through latest new technology. Hair transplant Center Dubai takes pride in its work and continues to pursue excellence in the field of hair loss therapy.

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