The most common causes of baldness
Many people panic when they see hair clumps of hair on their brush while combing. However, as it turns out, hair loss is a natural phenomenon to some extent – old hair is constantly replaced by new hair. Up to about 100 hairs may fall out daily. Only more intense or local hair loss should be worrying. A receding hairline also raises a lot of concern. This phenomenon is usually associated with age. However, when a receding hairline occurs in women, especially at a young age, it can be very embarrassing. What can this be caused by?
The main causes of hair loss are primarily genetics, endocrine disorders, scalp diseases, as well as systemic diseases. Hair loss can also be caused by certain therapies, especially in the treatment of cancer.
Receding hairline - treatment What is the best method?
There are many types of hair loss and ways of treating it. First of all, it is necessary to determine the cause of hair loss and whether there is a chance that the hair will grow back or not. In this article we will focus on the receding hairline. A recommended receding hairline treatment in this case would be a FUE hair transplant
What exactly does this method involve? The full name of this type of hair transplant is Follicular Unit Excision. This is one of the newest methods of combating baldness. It can be used for both men and women. Hair follicles are taken from a selected place on the patient's skin for transplantation. Earlier methods also required the collection of a small patch of skin in which the transplanted hair was located. During the procedure, the patient receives local anesthesia. Hair and follicles are collected first. They are usually taken from the back of the head. The next stage is transplanting the hair to the destination and applying dressing. This method is not very invasive. Thanks to its application, there are no scars left, which makes the patient feel good after the procedure. Hair transplanted in this way also looks very natural. When the hair grows, there is practically no difference between the place where it was transplanted to and the area where it grows naturally.