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Hair Fall Phases

It is essential to have a brief idea about the stages of hair growth to understand hair loss better. Hair fall is a normal part of the hair growth phase and an essential part of the growth cycle in individuals. The human body grows hair everywhere on the body except the palm, soles of feet, back of ears, and inside of the mouth. The human scalp faces 50-100 strands of hair loss daily, which is considered normal. Only when the loss of hair is not accompanied by new hair growth is when it considered abnormal.  

Hair growth consists of an entire cycle of growth of new hair to the shedding of previous hair and is divided into 4 phases, namely: 

Phase1: Anagen: 

The active phase of hair growth. Active growth phase because of regular division of cells in the root of the hair. It lasts for 3-5 years. 

Phase 2: Catagen

The phase where active growth stops. 

A short transitional phase in which active hair growth stops. It lasts for approximately 10 days. 

Phase 3: Telogen

The dormant phase is when hair starts the process of shedding. Phase in which the strands remain in the follicles but do not actively grow. It lasts for 90-100 days. 

Phase 4: Exogen

Pre-existing hair is shredded. 

A phase in which the strands are released by the follicles and fall out. It lasts 2-5 months and is followed by the anagen phase. 

Any disruption in the growth cycle that affects these 4 phases results in hair thinning, hair loss, and stunted hair growth. Hair loss in Dubai has been a growing concern over the years owing to its dry climate and saline water. Pollution and stress issues have further triggered the problem and resulted in an increasing need for an ideal hair loss treatment in Dubai. 

Hair Loss Symptoms

  • Gradual thinning on top of the head 
  • Thinned-out hair with stunted hair growth 
  • Slower hair growth 
  • Increased hair on the brush 
  • Observable hair on the pillow 

Before hair fall treatment in Dubai, medical centres like Bizrahmed take a detailed hair fall test of the patients to assess the severity of their condition. This makes it easy for the surgeon to initiate the necessary treatment method. 

Hair Loss & Fall Causes

Male pattern baldness 

Male pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia begins as a receding hairline or bald spot at the top of the head before affecting other regions. Regarded as the most common form of hair loss in men, it affects 30-50% of men under 50. Along with affecting the individual’s self-image, Male Pattern Baldness is a risk factor for arterial stiffness and cardiovascular disease. Male pattern baldness is characterized by alterations in hair cycle development, follicular inflammation, and miniaturization. 

The length of the anagen phase in Male Pattern Baldness decreases with each step, while the telogen phase is prolonged. This results in an exceedingly short length of growing hair reaching the skin’s surface. The three stages of Male Pattern Baldness in sequence are receding hairline, bald spots on the crown of the head, and hair loss all over the head. 

Genetics 

Hereditary hair loss conditions in the form of androgenetic alopecia are a significant cause of balding issues, especially among males. 

Age 

With age occurs, hormonal fluctuations that are responsible for hair loss. Additionally, age-related shrinking of follicles is another reason for thinning of hair and subsequent hair loss. 

Stress 

Tellurium Effluvium (stress-related pushing of hair growth into the resting phase), Trichotillomania ( stress-related pulling of hair), and Alopecia Areata (stress-induced attack on hair follicles by the immune system) are some of the significant Stress-induced hair loss conditions. 

Lifestyle factors 

Smoking and alcohol consumption are some significant Lifestyle triggers for hair loss problems. Sun exposure, pollution, and chemical hair products are other primary reasons for the condition. 

Cancerous conditions 

Cancerous conditions and chemotherapy for cancer treatment can result in reversible hair loss in the individual. Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is one such condition resulting in severe hair loss. 

Hair loss treatment Ideal Candidates

People with poor hair growth and weak hair are ideal for hair loss treatments. The treatment is also beneficial for those suffering from alopecia. Hair Loss Treatment is an excellent solution for both men and women, especially when hair transplant surgery is not an option. Hair loss treatment will help stimulate new hair growth in men who suffer from androgenic alopecia (known as male pattern baldness) and women who suffer from female pattern baldness. 

Procedure Time
40-60 Minutes

Anesthesia
None

Back To Work
Same Day

Results
6-12 Months

Hair loss treatment options

Depending on your condition, you may be prescribed any of the following lines of treatment.   

Medications

Finasteride and Minoxidil are some medications that work on the hair follicles to repair and regenerate them for better results. These medications even work on the hair growth phases and prolong the active phase of hair growth to improve hair quality and quantity. 

Laser options

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) enables the hair follicles to absorb laser light and stimulate growth. Studies have shown this treatment option to slow down or stop hair loss in 85% of subjects undergoing the treatment. 

Micro-needling

It involves a skin roller with tiny needles to stimulate blood flow and help in collagen production for improved hair growth. Besides, micro-needling helps create mini channels for more effective absorption of topical treatments like Minoxidil. 

Platelet-rich plasma therapy  (PRP)

It involves drawing the subject’s blood, treating it to increase the protein content, and injecting it into the skull region for improved blood stimulation. This, in turn, promotes hair growth and heals inflammatory reactions. 

Surgical options

It involves the transfer of hair grafts from hair-rich regions of the body and transplanting them onto the area of scarce hair growth. Along with lowering the hairline, it can promote scalp hair growth for improved aesthetic appearance. 

Hair Loss Postoperative

There is no activity restriction after hair loss treatments. You may shower, shampoo, and condition your hair usually as you do after recommended hours before the treatment and resume normal, daily, and athletic activities. 

Follow-up examinations after treatment procedures enable the surgeon to determine the extent of recovery and advice added to treatment methods if required. After a session of hair fall treatment in Dubai at Bizrahmed, surgeons advise regular follow-up visits for the next 4 weeks to monitor the patient’s recovery and manage any untoward complications. 

After Hair Loss procedure Considerations

Unhealthy Food Habits

Even after a successful hair transplant, regular intake of junk food/ fatty, greasy foods can increase the levels of saturated and unsaturated fats that can affect the transplanted shaft. 

Lack of Care & Maintenance

Care and maintenance done in the early stages of hair loss can prevent the problem from worsening significantly. Precisely why we at Bizrahmed advise a meticulous maintenance regimen for the long life of the transplanted hair treatment outcome. 

Excess Styling

Styling involves the use of heat that is unhealthy for growing follicles. Additionally, it consists of the risk of excessive pulling-induced traction alopecia that affects the growing hair and the bristles underneath the hair shaft. 

Harsh Chemicals

Chemicals cause irreversible damage to the roots and hair along with thinning/breaking of the main shaft. The use of chemicals can result in hair getting uprooted in Tufts and impacting the recovering hair growth cycle mainly responsible for hair growth. 

Abstaining From Alcohol & Smoking

Smoking and alcohol consumption can affect the collagen of the dermis and prevent the hair from regrowing optimally. Abstaining from smoking and alcohol intake can significantly help hair regrowth. 

Taking Care of Allergic Conditions

Even after a successful round of hair treatment, being careless with your allergic conditions can result in histamine buildup that can cause little hair regrowth. Before hair loss treatment in Dubai, patients are advised to give a careful history of their allergic status to enable the surgeon to make a customized treatment plan. After surgery, medications and postoperative care are suggested based on this plan. 

Sun Protection

Many patients opting for hair loss treatments in Dubai and other areas do not realize the harm caused by the sun to their follicles and potential hair growth. Sun protection before and after hair treatment is essential to hair regrowth. 

Why Bizrahmed for Hair Loss Treatment

There are several reasons why patients suffering from hair loss in Dubai and those from other parts of the world have reported highly successful results from Bizrahmed. 

  • The highly sophisticated technology used for surgical and non-surgical treatment methods 
  • Commendable skills of the surgeons, having vast experience in providing hair fall treatment in Dubai and other regions of the world. 
  • A passionate medical team dedicated to providing top-quality service round the clock 
  • Cost-effective hair loss treatment in Dubai without compromising quality 
  • Customized treatment plans in sync with the patient’s hair type and previously opted treatment measures 
  • A quick consultation with a doctor for any queries related to hair fall treatment in Dubai 
  • Centrally located infrastructure that is easily accessible through various means of transport 
  • State-of-the-art techniques for the best hair fall treatment in Dubai 
  • Biocompatible, FDA-approved technology used as a treatment method 
  • Unique hair loss treatment in Dubai with both conventional and unconventional methods. 
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Frequently Asked Questions

The average person tends to lose 50-100 strands a day. People with shorter or thinner hair tend to shed less than longer-haired individuals. Long-haired individuals lose around 150-200 strands of hair on the washing day. The fallen hair can regrow if the follicle is still intact. But if the follicle has closed or is scarred, new hair does not grow in its place. There are two simple tests to determine whether you have abnormal hair fall: 

  1. Comb test  You must comb your hair from the back of your head to the front of the scalp and then count the hair strands lost during the combing process. Loss of more than 10-15 strains indicates abnormal hair fall. 
  2. Pull test  Approximately 60 strands of hair are taken between the fingers and gently pulled. 5-8 strands of hair in the fingers are standard, but 15-20 are abnormal.

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