FUE / FUT Hair transplantation
Every day, everyone’s hair is poured. Every hair in the human body is genetically programmed to grow, rest and then spill. Usually 200 hairs per day is poured. This can be seen on the pillow after awakening, combing hair in comb.
If a large amount of hair is handled when the hair is pulled and hair is combing or excessive hair is attached to the brush, excessive hair loss can be mentioned. Normally seen hair loss in people with long hair can give the appearance of excess hair. This is due to the fact that the long hair is more visible. It may be caused by sudden sudden hair loss.
There are two ways of treating hair loss. The first one is surgical (medical) treatment.
With the current surgical approach, it will not bring back all the lost hair. However, the problem will be reduced by transferring a portion of the hair to the area with little or no dense area. Medical treatment consists of the use of a number of drugs that delay hair loss.
The cause of excessive hair loss
as it may be due to a recent heavy surgery,
Some drugs used,
may also be due to stress.
it may also be the causative agent of hormonal changes.
Basically, the hair is genetically programmed to be sensitive or resistant to hormones that occur during adolescence. Hair loss is the result of this genetic programming.
Androgenic hair loss
This type of hair loss is responsible for 95% of hair loss in both men and women. This type of shedding begins in men in their twenties and reaches the highest level in the age of forty. In women, it usually occurs after menopause.
In androgenic hair loss, hair follicles are susceptible to the dihydrotestesterone (masculinity) hormone. In the long-term presence of this hormone, hair production of hair follicles is prevented. In this type of hair loss, the spill will increase with age.
Hair follicles that are prone to spillage are located at the front and top of the head. The hair follicles on the nape and lateral sides will continue to produce hair because they are not affected by this hormone.
Alopecia areata is an immune system disease seen in 1-2% of the population. In this case, temporary patch-shaped hair loss occurs. This begins in childhood. Affected hair follicles (follicles) are shrinking, hair production slows down and leads to years of hairlessness. Different medications are used in the treatment.
One of these is cortisone injection. This drug promotes new hair growth. But it cannot prevent the emergence of new spill areas.
Another drug is minoxidil. A 5% solution of this drug is administered twice a day.
Another drug is Anthralin. The cream or pomace of this is applied to the affected area. Wash after 30-60 minutes. New hair growth occurs after 8-12 weeks. Another therapeutic approach is topical immunotherapy. Different chemicals are applied in this treatment. The approximate success rate is 40%.