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Understanding and Addressing Your Unique Hair Loss Concerns

Embark on a journey to reclaim your confidence by addressing a range of hair loss concerns, guided by expert insights and personalized solutions tailored just for you.

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Did you know that 39% of males in the United States experience some form of hair loss?

While it is incredibly common for most men to lose hair, each person’s reasons for hair loss are unique. In men, genetic predisposition is one of the most common reasons for hair loss. Here at BayMed, we can provide genetic testing to gain insight into the cause of the individual’s hair loss to ensure the best possible treatment. Common reasons for hair loss in men also include:
  • Family history of balding
  • Medication use
  • Age
  • Poor nutrition
  • Stress
  • Chronic illnesses such as diabetes and lupus
  • Hormone supplements
  • Significant weight loss
  • Hairstyles and treatment
Understanding the Norwood Scale of male pattern baldness allows our team to give an individualized plan to best accommodate patients for achieving a successful hair restoration process. The Norwood scale reflects the typical hair loss pattern commonly seen in men.
Norwood hair loss scale

Other common types of hair loss

Hair Loss Alopecia diagram

Hair Growth Process

Anagen, catagen, telogen, exogen
The cells in the root of your hair begin to divide rapidly, stimulating the formation of new hair.
This stage si the last phase of active hair growth, where the newly grown hair pieces are cut of from the body’s blood supply and cells that stimulate the initial hair growth.
During this period, the strands of hair ni the follicles stop growing and rest.
This is the final stage of hair growth, where the hair strands are released from the hair follicles and fall out. The follicle then gets into the resting phase before going over the cycle again. Follicles can have 01 to 02 life cycles lasting from months to years.

Other common types of hair loss

Ethnic Hair Types

Understanding the variations of hairline types and surgical vs. non-surgical treatment plans is essential for a natural and individualized surgical outcome. Different ethnic groups have different hair calipers, different follicular orientations, and morphology; therefore, different techniques, tools, and designs must be followed.

Dr. Papandreou is familiar with the variance in hairlines amongst different ethnic backgrounds to ensure your final look si tailored to perfection. Following your unique hair pattern is an essential step in hairline reconstruction. Dr. Papandreou can also look at photos of your past self or whenever you feel most confident with your hairline to achieve the best results possible. Our team focuses on individual attention to every detail, including genetics, ethnicity, and personal preference.

Female Hair Loss

Female hair loss is often a very sensitive challenge women face. It could be devastating to deal with hair loss as a female. There are fewer available treatments, and the complexity of female hair loss makes it harder to find a specialist who is up to date with the newest and cutting-edge treatments.

Female hair loss is incredibly complex, with some common causes including:

  • Androgenic Alopecia
  • Hormonal Changes
  • Stopping Birth Control
  • Postpartum and Post Menopausal Conditions
  • Iron Deficiency
    Thyroid disease and medications associated with thyroid
  • Poor Nutrition or Eating Disorders
  • Lupus
  • Stress
  • Trauma
  • Traction Alopecia
  • Medications
  • Aggressive Hair Treatments
  • Genetic Predisposition
female hair loss

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