Although hair loss rarely needs to be treated on a medical basis, many individuals choose to seek out treatment for cosmetic reasons. This is not surprising as we live in a world where appearance seems to affect our everyday life and feeling inadequate can negatively affect a person’s self–esteem which will directly impact other areas of that person’s life.
Some types of hair thinning and baldness can in fact be treated with medication or a change in lifestyle but more often than not a more invasive intervention is needed. That is where we come in! We offer a range of proven hair loss treatments and therapies form hair grafting to hair transplants. We also perform less invasive methods of hair restoration for example our Hairfusion treatment and our natural hair extension treatment.
Have a look through our site for our available hair loss treatments, we cater for all conditions and offer a free hair and scalp check at our Romford clinic to assess your personal needs. Please contact us using the below details and arrange an appointment today.
Losing between 50 and 100 hairs every day is perfectly normal; it is a part of the hairs natural re-growth process. However, the majority of the population will experience excessive hair loss at some point in their life. This can be caused by a number of different things such as chemical exposure, stress, thyroid disease, hormones, medication, radiation and skin disease.
A lot of these hair loss causes are only temporary, with a couple being permanent. Below are the more common causes of hair loss:
- Bad Diet
- Hair Styling Products
- Hair Pulling
- Thyroid Disease
- Hair Braids
- Birth Control Pills
- High Fever
- Alopecia Areata
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Hair loss can be treated. You don’t have to live with it. Hair loss can have a devastating impact on your life. Your self-esteem and confidence can take a massive hit, especially if you lose your hair at a young age; a lot of people in their mid-twenties begin so show the early signs of hair loss. There are treatments available to deal with this problem. And depending on the severity of yours, you could have hair re-growth in as little as three months.
So to treat your hair loss today and get your life back visit our clinic and speak to one of our skilled hair loss specialists who will be happy to help.
Complimentary Advice from our Trichologist
A professional who specialises in both the treatment and diagnosis of scalp and hair disorders is our hair loss specialist. At each Advanced Hair Clinic, we have a specialist advisory capacity to diagnose and treat a range of conditions from Traction Alopecia and Tricotillamania to Telogen Effluvium and female and male pattern baldness.
Depending on your hair loss condition you may not be able to be treated by programs and procedures; however, our specialist will fully inform you of all solutions and treatments available for your particular type of hair loss.
Variety of Treatments for Hair Restoration
A dermatologist called DR. Okuda developed hair restoration surgery all the way back in 1939. Dr Okuda came up with a new way of repairing injuries to the scalp and hair loss caused by burns. His method was to take out small sections of hair-bearing tissue and implant them into biopsied holes where the hair had been damaged. Once the hair grafts had healed the hair started to grow.
A couple of years later, Dr Tamura, another dermatologist, came up with a new hair replacement surgery technique which used hair grafts made up of one, two or three hairs. The technique that Dr Tamura developed isn’t very different from the hair restoration surgery which is used today.
Hair restoration surgery can restore hair which has been lost due to a number of different factors. The cost, time and recovery time is different for everyone who undergoes the surgery. Our hair loss specialists are able to examine your hair and find out the reason why it has been thinning or falling out. Once the cause has been found they can advise you on treatments. This is a free and no-obligation service.
Advanced Hair Studio
189 South Street,
Tuesday – Wednesday: 9am – 7pm
Thursday 10am – 8pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 4pm
Fax: 01708 740 721