Types of Hair loss treatment

Hair loss treatment

Although hair loss seldom needs to be medically treated, many people do often seek treatment for cosmetic reasons. Luckily, numerous cases of hair loss are not dangerous and it is a natural part of ageing. Sometimes hair loss is caused by a specific medical condition or even as a result of an infection. Many illnesses can cause hair loss such as alopecia, discoid lupus, and scalp disorders so by treating the underlying issue, you may be able to prevent further hair loss. For many, hair loss will have a severe emotional impact, so you might want to look for a hair loss treatment to make you more comfortable with your appearance.

 

Complementary hair loss treatment

 

Used now more than ever, Aromatherapy and Acupuncture are really accessible hair loss treatments for alopecia. There is some debate as to whether this works for everybody, but they are harmless hair treatments so no harm can come from trying them out.

 

 

Ultraviolet light hair loss treatment

 

Phototherapy is a specialised hair loss treatment consisting of a couple of sessions of light therapy in a hospital. During the procedure, the scalp is exposed to UVA or UVB ultraviolet light rays. Usually, before your scalp area is exposed to the UV light ray you will be given a medication which will go towards making your skin far more sensitive to light.  The results of Phototherapy hair loss treatments are often mixed as it is a long term treatment which can often take up to a year for maximum results to become visible. There are a number of side effects to this hair loss treatment including feeling sick and small pigment changes to the colour of the skin.

 

Hair loss surgery

 

The majority of men and women who will be considering hair loss surgery treatment will be suffering from pattern baldness. Surgery is also suitable for a small range of alopecia conditions too. Hair transplants take place under local anaesthetic and a small piece of hair filled scalp is removed and divided into individual hairs or small groups of hairs. These are then grafted back onto scalp areas where there is no hair growing. Stitches are unnecessary and this hair loss treatment should help you to achieve a very natural result. Within as little as six months the hair starts to regrow.

 

Hair loss treatments have various degrees of success in helping you to slow down hair loss. To discover more about the options that are available to you, book in for a medical check in Marbella to find out what help you can get.