For many men and women, hair loss is inevitable.
A thorough consultation and proper medical diagnosis from Dr. Dimitry Rabkin can guide you on the path to a full head of hair.
Whether it has to do with stress, genetics or medical conditions, Dr. Dimitry Rabkin and the experts at Esthetica MD in Englewood, New Jersey may have just the hair loss cure you’re seeking.
Hair loss can occur anywhere on your body but the most common concern is on your head. While it’s more common in men, hair loss can affect women too. Hair loss treatment for women and men have the same purpose: to regenerate follicles so you can regrow your hair naturally.
Finding out what’s causing you to lose your hair is what determines if you’re a candidate for treatment. Some of the most common reasons for hair loss include:
- Changes in your hormones
- Certain medications
- Various medical conditions, such as lupus or diabetes
- Radiation therapy
- Extreme hairstyles
- Harsh hair products
- Extensive weight loss
Different Symptoms Associated with Hair Loss
Thinning hair on top of your head.
Men and women both experience this as the most common type of hair loss. Male-pattern baldness usually starts on the forehead and causes your hairline to recede. Female-pattern baldness is more common where the hair parts naturally.
Hair falling out in clumps suddenly.
You may notice this when you comb your hair or wash it. Sudden clumping often is associated with trauma and stressful events.
Patchy round bald spots.
While it usually starts in your head, these bald spots can show up on your eyebrows and beard, too.
Hair Restoration and Hair Loss Treatment
Hair loss can affect your self-esteem. You can play with different hairstyles or hats to cover up your baldness, but a hair loss cure may prove to be your best option. The newest innovation for hair loss treatment is a unique blend of platelet rich plasma (PRP) and fractional mesotherapy.
The platelets come from your own blood and harness your body’s ability to regenerate hair follicles. With this powerful treatment, your body is able to regrow hair in the areas where it’s receding or thinning. It can stop hair loss and allow you to achieve healthier, fuller hair. These 30-minute sessions work for both men and women, although for optimal results, you need to repeat this treatment several times over a 9-to-16-week period.
How to Prevent Hair Loss
You can’t stop hair loss if it runs in your family. Your best bet is to tackle the issue with proven hair loss treatments. In many cases, you can take steps, including lifestyle changes, to prevent more hair loss. Some recommendations to prevent further hair loss include:
- Brush and wash your hair gently. Use a comb with wide teeth to prevent breakage.
- Reduce the days you tie your hair back tightly in a bun, ponytail or braids.
- Avoid twisting, pulling or rubbing your hair
- Avoid harsh chemicals in the hair products you use.
- Don’t go for styles or treatments that call for hot oil, curling irons, hot rollers or permanents.
- Cover your hair to avoid the ultraviolet rays of the sun.
- Quit smoking. Smoking is especially hard on men’s hair.
- Wear a cooling cap if you’re undergoing chemotherapy to limit the amount of hair loss.
Visit the experts in Englewood, NJ, just across the Hudson River from Manhattan, for your hair loss treatment. Dr. Rabkin can explain how to stop hair loss in your particular case. Start day by calling 201-816-8106 or contact us online.