Natural hair loss or genetic?
Thinning hair has been a question for both men and women through out history. For most men and women, hair thinning is just devastating. The question becomes at what point hair thinning is considered hair loss and what are the solutions to prevent or decrease hair loss?
Hair goes though a cycle of growth, there are hair that are falling off naturally and going into a new phase of their cycle, but they are not lost. Between 80 to 100 strands of hair fall off naturally on a daily basis. They usually return to growth phase after they have completed their cycle. However, There are factors that cause increase shedding such as stress or taxes. If hair sheds more than 100 strands a day it could lead to hair loss that is permanent. Most hair loss are caused by genetic predisposition, even so there are preventive steps that one can take to decrease genetic hair loss or hair loss that are caused by other factors.
Once hair loss begins, it is a good idea to visit hair loss specialist to find the diagnosis. A hair restoration specialist can perform the necessary tests and determine the cause of hair loss. Once diagnosis is established, hair transplant or medical hair loss treatment options can be given.
Dr. Mike Meshkin, a hair transplant specialist based in Los Angeles and Orange County offers many advises to his clients to start hair loss prevention when they notice thinning at the initial stages. It is important to keep hair healthy by eating the right food and proper vitamins for support. If hair loss is genetic, then hair transplant can be an option to restore the hair that is lost and medical treatment is used to prevent future hair loss.
To find out more about your hair loss, visit one of Dr. Meshkin's hair transplant and hair restoration clinics in Los Angeles or in Irvine locations. Dr. Meshkin will use the latest techniques to find out the cause of your hair loss and give the best hair restoration recommendations customized to your needs and concerns. You can also visit www.meshkinmedical.com to find out about the nutritional needs that may be a factor in hair loss.
If you are suffering from hair loss or hair thinning you can contact us at (949) 219-0027 to schedule for a free consultation or visit our website at