Hair Thinning, Shedding, or Baldness
Are You Experiencing Hair Thinning, Shedding, or Baldness?
If so, you’ve likely investigated for yourself whether the numerous hair loss products available, really achieve all they claim. Many people who choose to undergo a hair transplant in New Jersey have been down that road just like you, testing hair loss medications, topical products, “miracle” shampoos and even expensive hair pieces. At some point, the safe, effective and permanent results of a hair transplant surgery begin to stand out as a sound investment. If you’ve decided this natural, long-lasting solution for hair loss is right for you, how can you be sure that you, are right for it?
Here are a few ways that you can determine whether you are a good candidate for a New Jersey Hair Transplant:
1. Find out If You Have Enough Donor Hair for a Transplant.
The transfer of hair follicle grafts from one area of the scalp to another uses a person’s existing, real hair to spread out and fill in balding areas. There are limits to what can be achieved if you have lost a significant amount of hair already. Since the hairs at the back of the head and scalp tend to grow more densely and are resistant to DHT, this makes the best donor site in most cases.
2. Do You Have Androgenic Alopecia?
This is a genetic and hormone-related type of hair loss that is progressive, permanent and common among men. Although some women are affected by a form of this as well, in men, it follows a predictable horseshow pattern and leads to receding temples and balding at the crown. Depending on the degree of progression, a hair transplant is usually the ideal treatment for someone with mild to moderate male pattern baldness. Other types of alopecia include hair fall out due to medication or illness, malnutrition, auto immune disease or other causes. Check with your doctor if you have sudden, unexplained balding.