Hair transplant surgeons extract follicles in two ways: strip harvesting and follicular unit extraction. This article will take a closer look at the latter. [Read more…]
Doctors and other professionals have recognized that baldness—in men, and especially in women—is not to be taken lightly. In many cases, this can lead to depression, anxiety, and loss of self-esteem. [Read more…]
It is a well-known fact that hair loss is one of the consequences of aging, but none could be more devastating than going bald while still in your prime. While disease, trauma, and medications are contributing factors to hair loss in men, genetics is considered the number one culprit. According to AmericanHairLoss.org, androgenetic alopecia or male-pattern baldness (MPB), the most common hair loss condition in men, is in fact an inherited sensitivity to the male sex hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). [Read more…]
If you consider getting a hair transplant in Mexico, one procedure you’ll certainly encounter is Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). Although time-intensive and comparatively costlier, it’s becoming more and more popular among men suffering from hair loss or thinning. The reason is obvious: FUE allows men to wear their hair short without being concerned about visible signs that they went through surgery. Nonetheless, being a relatively new advancement, FUE has yet to enter the mainstream consciousness. As such, many people have formed unfounded views on the procedure. In this article, we will address three of the myths surrounding FUE. [Read more…]
Have you recently noticed too many hair strands on your bathroom floor? Does your hair feel thinner every time you brush your hand across it? If you have tried and was repeatedly disappointed by the numerous hair-regrowth shampoos that can’t deliver on their promises, you may need a hair transplant procedure. [Read more…]
One of the common misconceptions is that hair loss only happens to older people (those who are above their thirties or forties). This, of course, is far from the truth. Hair loss may occur as early as the teenage years for some people. Hair loss only becomes more common with the older folks, but to say that the young is safe from it is absolutely false. [Read more…]
Improper hair care, a stressful event, a physical condition that alters your hormone levels—these are a few things that can literally make your hair fall out. You may notice your hair thinning or observe losing more strands than the normal amount. Most causes of hair loss, like too much hair bleaching or dye jobs, or styling the hair with tight braids and hair ties, can be altered to gradually get rid of the problem. In other causes, like pregnancy and chemotherapy, hair regrowth normally happens after. [Read more…]
Unlike some people, such as the Maroon 5 front man and internationally known rock star Adam Levine, losing hair is not a choice for millions of American men. By age 35, you can experience some hair thinning, and in your 50s, you could start noticing severely sparse distribution of your locks or even see some bald spots. It’s not a drastic and cool hair makeover, but a drastic and possibly depressing change to your appearance. [Read more…]
Human hair growth is similar to most cases of hair loss: in groups of strands. Most hairs on the scalp generally grow in groups of two or three and about 15% of them in larger groups of four or five strands. These groupings are called follicular groups or units, the essential constituents of modern hair transplantation. [Read more…]
Baldness, or alopecia, is a condition that naturally occurs in some men when they reach a certain age. However, some individuals, even women, experience signs of hair loss at a younger age.
Hair loss is not considered a disease, but it could be a symptom of other medical conditions, and may also be triggered by physical or emotional stress. It could also be an effect of a medical treatment like chemotherapy, or of certain medications. In most cases, however, especially among males, genetics play a major role in hair loss. [Read more…]
Of all the different hair loss treatments out there, hair transplants in Mexico and elsewhere are touted to be the most effective. For the right candidate, that is. Done on an eligible patient, surgical hair restoration can improve anyone’s appearance and overall sense of well-being by leaps and bounds. Those who are seeking treatment, though, must have realistic expectations of the procedure before opting to undergo it. [Read more…]
A headful of hair nowadays is almost never considered an afterthought—both men and women value their hair greatly, considering it as a reflection of their identity. This is why hair loss is so devastating, even for men themselves. A 2005 European study found that 62 percent of men dread hair loss, claiming that it would adversely affect their self-esteem. [Read more…]
The late Michael Jackson had a panic moment in early 1984 when he had a hair burn accident on the set of a Pepsi commercial, which led to surgery to hide the scars. People who have had the same experience or something more serious involving a fire, which resulted in serious hair problems, might like to consider undergoing a hair transplant. [Read more…]
John Capps, founder of Bald-Headed Men of America, had an interview carried over Huffington Post Live. He said his hair had started thinning at a “young age” and was all but gone when he finished school and was looking for work. One of his prospective employers, a finance company in Atlanta, declined his application due to corporate image issues with people with thinning hair on the team. [Read more…]
It’s established fact that the average person tends to lose between 50 to 100 hair strands everyday, but are you feeling that you might be losing more? Perhaps it’s because you’re seeing a lot of your hair strands on places like your pillow, your comb or even the back of your shirt. [Read more…]
Hair loss is often attributed to old age, and therefore it’s often said that younger people need not worry about losing their hair. The question is: what if you wake up one day and see numerous strands of hair clinging to your pillow or caught in your comb while brushing? Noticing these things should already warn you that you’re in danger of losing more of your hair everyday. [Read more…]
Often considered a normal part of aging, hair loss often has a negative impact on affected individuals, sometimes with adverse psychological effects. While generally not considered a medical illness, the emotional and psychological effect of hair loss (or alopecia) have led experts to develop various solutions for hair regrowth. [Read more…]
Few things are more important to people than their hair. After all, it makes up a big part of their overall attractiveness, and people will spend exactly what they need just to get their hair styled the way they want it. Similarly, people who are suffering from baldness will go to great lengths just to get their hair back. The best option in this case is to undergo a hair transplant procedure, though many people may hesitate due to matters of pricing. Thanks to time and advancements in technology, however, the costs have gone down considerably. [Read more…]
Advanced aging is often associated with the trouble of hair loss among men and women. Even if doctors declare it as a non-threatening process, hair loss has a lot of psychological effects for its victims, driving them to seek solutions for restoring their once vibrant crown of glory. And confidence. [Read more…]
Hair loss is not uncommon among men, and it’s largely due to genetic factors. Those who have the so-called “baldness gene” are not the luckiest of all. Despite the wide array of remedies, which can make hair stronger and put balding in a temporary stalemate, those with the gene simply can’t avoid having that dreaded receding hairline. [Read more…]
The advent of follicular unit extraction surgery was met with anticipation, as it gave hope for both men and women with hair-related problems. Hair transplant has come a long way since its introduction in 1950. Thanks to this new treatment, hair transplantation has never been this fast, painless, and natural-looking.
FUE works by removing a group of two to three healthy hair follicles(grafts) from the scalp and transplanting it into the affected areas. Transferring strands of hair into slots where hair previously grew increases the permanency of hair growth and improves its direction. The treatment uses micro-sized punches (about 0.7mm ) to extract the follicles so the resulting scars are unrecognizable.
Hair loss is a major sign of aging and is quite common among middle-aged men in Mexico; in fact, about two-thirds of the male population experience balding by the age of 35. While it’s completely normal for men anywhere in the world to shed over a hundred strands of hair every day, obvious thinning in the scalp area may mean something worse. Hormonal factors, hereditary conditions, and medications may also cause hair to thin, but in general, becoming older is the primary reason for hair loss among men.
Hair loss is a common problem that affects both men and women all over the world. Although some might feel completely okay with losing hair and just say it’s a part of aging, some can’t possibly live with it, most especially women. However, through countless medical and technological advances, hair loss already has a solution. An option is to undergo one of the two methods of effective hair transplants in Mexico.
Among women, a glowing head full of hair is their crowning glory, reflective of their grooming habits and overall well-being. Many problems, however, can give rise to hair damages such as using of hair products with strong chemicals, exposure to heat, and other hormonal or medical-related causes that lead to temporary or permanent hair loss.
The average adult has about a hundred thousand hair strands, and the shedding of these strands over time is natural, as is temporary hair loss for women resulting from non-medical (but hormonal) events, such as pregnancy or menopause. However, for men and women more susceptible to the condition of pattern baldness, a more permanent condition of hair loss might be expected.
Hair, no matter how it is styled or cut, is one of the ultimate symbols of femininity. A lot of Mexican women boost their self-esteem through physical appearance, so hair and beauty is such a lucrative and flourishing industry. In a world where tips for caring and styling hair flood beauty magazines, and advertisements for smooth, perfect tresses dominate television commercials, women cannot help but be conscious about how their hair looks.
Thinning hair and hair loss are a common complaint among middle-aged men, which is why hair transplants in Mexico are becoming exceedingly standard for males. Hair loss, however, could actually occur in women as well. It’s natural for women to lose fifty up to a hundred strands per day, but abnormal hair loss can be triggered by much more serious causes. LeesvilleDailyLeader.com shares several reasons why women are experiencing hair loss: