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You probably didn’t know this, but the typical human scalp has about a million hair follicles. The loss of a few hairs per day is normal, and the loss of up to 250 hairs on wash days is normal for certain people. Your hair will naturally fall out and come back at some point. Nothing to be concerned about until you see a significant decrease in hair growth and increased hair loss. According to studies, males are disproportionately affected by hair loss. Men’s hair begins to thin for a variety of causes around the age of 50 in about 85% of cases. Even so, 40% of the people who suffer from hair loss in the United States are women.

Pattern hair baldness is the most prevalent cause of hair loss in men and women. Thinner hair in women and balding with pattern baldness in men are the results. A concern that remains is whether or not hair loss can be stopped permanently by medicine or other methods.

Hair Loss: The Most Popular Long-Term Solutions

The specific cause and severity of your hair loss will dictate the most effective treatment method. When there is thinning or balding on the top of your head, a hair transplant is the best option. The issues of hair loss in males and hair thinning in women are both addressed in a different manner. The following people should not consider this permanent solution to their hair loss:

Obtaining follicles from a healthy scalp region may be done in two major ways: follicular unit extraction and follicular unit transplantation. Let’s have a look at how these two methods function:

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

Hair follicles are removed from the back of your head and implanted into the balding scalp through a series of microscopic incisions made by the surgeon. After ten days, the sutures from the reconstructive procedure are removed. A full covering of the bald spot may need as many as three or four treatments.

Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)

This method contrasts with the previous approach by making use of your own scalp skin to regrow hair. Your surgeon will use a knife to remove a little portion of skin from your scalp and then implant it in the balding spots. Sutures are used to close the area where donor hair was removed. It takes a greater level of accuracy and medical competence to perform either FUT or FUE.

Optional Hair Loss Treatments

The hair transplant isn’t the only option for dealing with hair loss; there are others. An alternative to surgical hair transplantation is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy. The increased blood flow to the follicles is what sets off the hair-growing process in this three-step method.

Scalp reduction is a permanent solution to hair loss, but it comes at a high price. Bald spots are shaved off, and the scalp is stretched to make the hair appear thicker and fuller.

Outpatient hair grafting can be performed using either micro grafts (containing just one or two hairs) or slit grafts (containing 10 to 15 hairs) to conceal a bald spot on the scalp.

Advantages of Hair Loss Treatment

Customized therapies for hair loss provide several potential advantages.

If you live in or around Kuala Lumpur (Petaling Jaya), and are experiencing hair loss or thinning, Hair Transplant Center Malaysia (also known as Klinik Dr Inder) is your best option for a hair transplant. We use cutting-edge methods that are gentle on the scalp to restore and stimulate growth of natural hair. Contact us right now to set up a consultation for a long-term solution to your hair thinning.