Look at the successful outcomes three clients recently experienced from Este alopecia hair loss treatment.
Anyone can suffer from alopecia, but it is more common for men. Here is proof alopecia can be effectively treated; both hair and personal self-confidence can be restored with the correct alopecia diagnosis and professional treatment!
Negative Fallout: Alopecia’s Impact On Wellbeing
Hair loss from alopecia (i.e., alopecia areata) can be alarming as it often results in large uneven bald patches on the scalp which can be difficult to hide or conceal. The experience of alopecia is not only physical, but psychological for both men and women — the way alopecia manifests can be distressing and have a negative effect on self-esteem and lead to more serious concerns like depression and social anxiety.
What Causes Alopecia?
Alopecia can happen anywhere on the body, but it is more of an issue when it attacks the hair on your head, as dramatic balding and hair loss is harder to conceal. Common factors linked to hair loss caused by alopecia are: stress, hormone changes, medical conditions, and genetics. Before you begin any treatments for alopecia we recommend you have your hair loss condition diagnosed by a specialist.
Este Medical Group has a solid history of treating alopecia. We recommend you contact us through our website to arrange a hair loss consultation.
Importance Of Professional Treatment For Alopecia
There are different alopecia types, and alopecia treatment does vary depending on the type of alopecia you are experiencing — a proper diagnosis is strongly recommended. Types of alopecia include:
With alopecia areata, hair loss occurs suddenly and often begins with one or more bald patches that may overlap (e.g., typically causes patchy hair loss). This condition causes cells in your immune system to surround and attack your hair follicles. Hair regrowth treatments (e.g., mesotherapy for hair loss) are available to help with this type of hair loss.
Also known as male/female pattern hair loss. This type of alopecia condition tends to target the top and front of the scalp. It is a hereditary condition that can also be influenced by hormone levels and ageing. People with pattern baldness often have close relatives with the same type of hair loss. Treatments may include FUE hair transplantation and/or Laser Hair Regrowth Therapy.
This type of hair loss is often caused by repeated trauma to hair follicles and/or from pulling hair back into tight hairstyles that put undue tension on the roots. When hair is pulled from the roots to make a hairstyle it may cause long-term damage (e.g., hair extensions, high ponytails, braids, cornrows). Hair loss may occur around the hairline and temples (DHI hair transplantation may be the best route to replace hair damage from this type of alopecia, speak to an Este expert about this option).
The sooner you address your hair loss, the more likely you are to prevent further damage.
Can A Hair Loss Treatment Help Me?
Yes, professional treatment for alopecia is strongly advised. Advances in hair loss therapy, technology and surgery (i.e., hair transplant) means retaining the hair you have, regrowing it, and/or replacing hair is absolutely possible.
Este Medical Group has several successful hair loss treatments available. Book a consultation today to talk about your expectations and hair regrowth goals!
December 6, 2022