Hair Transplant by Dr.Feroz Khan

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In FUE Transplant Method Darlingroots is the clinic, which uses implanting pens,(Injerto Capilar) which rarely or not at all used by other hair transplant clinics. For the same reason Darlingroots has the best natural looking result compared to others. Darlingroots Clinic is trusted and known for its best results and regarded as Best FUE Hair Transplant Clinic in Hyderabad – India.Read More

Causes of Baldness / Hair Loss in Men

Hair Loss in Men

Hair loss in men is a common sight around the world. Many people do not understand that male hair loss is a medical disorder known as androgenetic alopecia. It affects up to 60% of the male population in almost every ethnicity; it is also referred to as male patterned baldness (MPB). Advancements in medical science and tremendous advancements in medical technology now make addressing MPB viable for many men through hair restoration.
The Aging Process
Male pattern baldness is by far the most common cause of hair loss in men, affecting 60% of men by age 50. Male pattern baldness typically affects the frontal hairline, temporal recessions and crown. Pattern hair loss affects 1 in 5 women. In women, hair loss is usually related to hormones and typically demonstrates a more diffuse pattern.
Hair loss is primarily caused by a combination of aging, a change in hormones, and a family history of baldness. Baldness is often blamed on poor circulation to the scalp, vitamin deficiencies, dandruff, and even excessive hat-wearing

Causes of Baldness

Hormonal and genetic factors both play a role, but the exact root mechanism for baldness in men is still being researched by medical science.
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) a powerful sex hormone is known to be the trigger for male pattern baldness. It has been noted that men with MPB have elevated levels of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase. The act of genes, hormones, stress in life, medications and time makes prone hair shorter and finer over time and before it eventually dies out. The progress of this miniaturization causes disappearance of certain hair shafts and shrinkage of the others. In this process the scalp hair becomes very fine and short, which is also known as miniaturized hair.
Hair loss can begin as early as the end of puberty. The Hamilton-Norwood scale is used for the classification of male pattern baldness and is based on the progress and severity of hair loss. Currently, several treatment options are available. Besides hair transplantation, there are two medications that have been FDA approved for use in the United States. Patients who benefit the most from effects of medications on slowing the baldness process are still in the initial stages of baldness. Read More