How To Get A Thicker, Fuller Head Of Hair

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How To Get A Thicker, Fuller Head Of Hair

Hair loss changes the way we look and the way we see ourselves. Whether real or perceived it can make us look and feel older than our actual age. It can even give the impression of being unwell or unhealthy. If this bothers you then how to get a fuller, thicker head of hair. The knee jerk reaction can often be to jump in and find the fastest solution. Hopefully, this works out well, but in case you want to put a little more thought into it here are a few tips. There is nothing wrong in wanting a better head of hair. But it is important to understand why and what can be achieved. Very importantly the decision you make will make you happy.

Where To Start Getting A Better Head Of Hair

Genetic or heredity hair loss affects the majority of men and increasingly more woman. It can start in the late teens and early twenties and progressively become worse over adult life. Male and female pattern baldness generally follows a similar pattern to others in the family. There are a number of hair loss conditions affecting men and woman. Hair loss can be triggered for many reasons. Health, a medical condition and stress are common hair loss causes. Some can be self-induced such as traction alopecia. As a result, it is important to isolate the cause of hair loss first. Understanding the cause it is then possible to look at the appropriate treatment. Rather than rushing to shops or buying the latest hair treatments online, wait. A consultation assessment by a professional can be the first step to answer your questions. With many hair loss conditions and stages of hair loss, the best option may even be a combination of treatments.

Planning Your Hair Restoration – Treatment of Hair Transplant

Starting your hair restoration on the right track can save many potential problems in the future. Catching hair loss early has many advantages. Getting the right treatment means you keep the best head of hair possible with the minimum of treatment required. At any moment, but especially in the early stages of hair loss planning your hair restoration is important. Starting the wrong treatment at best can waste your time and money. At worst, without careful planning, it can create more problems now and in the future.

This is very true of when to undergo a hair transplant procedure. A hair transplant is not a cure for hair loss. It will redistribute hair from one area to another. But hair loss can and will continue as it is often progressive. In some cases, not all people are suitable for a hair transplant procedure. A hair transplant and medications can complement each other in providing the best result. It is important to understand that surgical hair replacement without medical therapy may not provide a suitable result.

Your age, current hair loss stage along with your hair loss condition needs to be examined. This can also include if there is hair loss in your family and whether you are using any medications. Many aspects need to be assessed to ensure the correct diagnosis is made.

Best To Keep What You Have Today

Although there is no cure for hair loss there are proven treatments to improve hair growth become thicker, fuller and stronger. FDA approved treatment must be maintained but they are not cosmetic products and can actually improve the quality and growth of your hair.

In the early stages of thinning hair loss may not be progressive. This could be due to a temporary interruption in the growth cycle. Alternatively another cause can be a natural sign of ageing. When the hairline naturally matures in the early to mid twenties. In these early stages a treatment is the best option as they can help to stabilise your hair growth and improve the quality of your hair. If caught early enough there can be no visible or obvious signs of thinning or receding.

A doctor with your best interests at heart will almost always recommend the use of medications. This is also tru to those opting for or who are hair transplant candidates. The use of effective medications can sustain the growth of the native hair, compliment the quality of the hair transplant, and even reduce the number of grafts or surgical sessions one may require.

Getting Back Your Hair Nature Has Taken Away

Having the ability to restore something genetics has deprived us of can restore our own feel-good factor. Regardless if hair loss has been a concern for just a few years or something you have lived with for a decade or much longer. There are no barriers, age, gender and genre.

Hair transplant techniques today have been medically recognised that hair from the donor can be moved to an area of hair loss and this hair will continue to grow. After being moved to the new area, the hair follciles display the same traits and characteristics as it had prior to being moved.

There has been a major evolution in creating a natural look and preserving good donor area. The safe management has been being able to harvest natural growing groups of hairs known as Follicular Units or “FU‟s”. FU‟s can contain one to four hairs. Placed strategically in the recipient area to create a natural appearance of hair growth. Careful alignment of each follicle follows the natural direction of the native hair. This will add to the look of thickness by creating the illusion of the same fullness as a natural full head of hair. Creating natural hairlines and maximum coverage from a relatively small amount of hair. Also, considering the limitations of the finite donor resource.

Hair Transplant Techniques

With the evolution of surgical hair restoration there are two recognised hair transplant techniques. STRIP Surgery/FUT and Follicular Unit Extraction/“FUE”. The use of Body Hair (BH) has become more mainstream in the past few years. The hair is removed or harvested using the FUE technique. The donor is normally the chest, stomach or beard area. Although the extraction method differs the graft preparation and placement is the same for each technique.

Getting The Best Head Of Hair Possible

There have been many advances in hair loss medications and surgical hair restoration. Is a hair transplant the right option for everyone or should treatment be the first priority? Achieving the best head of hair possible is a result of planning. Ultimately, meeting the person´s expectations and goals, short and long term. The person also understanding the basics of hair loss and restoration. As a result, the expectations being aligned to the actual technical possibilities from a treatment.

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