Hair Condition: a specific procedure for hair return or initiating this procedure, ClinMedica’s hair return doctor will examine the scalp to define the cause of the hair loss.
If the examination indicates that hair loss is not genetic, as in the case of Androgenic Alopecia, Other diagnostic procedures to detect the cause will be carries out.
In some cases, an underlying condition the patient may need to follow a treatment first before starting the hair restoration process
Firstly Hair Tug
Hair pull is a diagnostic procedure used for each patient who complains of an unexplained hair loss. To assess the
Presence or absence of any abnormality in the hair growth cycle, The doctor take approximately 25 to 50 hairs from
The scalp through a series of gentle hair tugging. When many hairs are pulled, this indicates that there is a defect in the hair growth cycle. Therefore we examine The hair follicles pulled under the microscope to assess the hair shaft and hair follicle. Among the different forms of hair pulling is the optical examination of hair movement and the hair window.
Secondly Hair scan
Hair Condition: The hair is cut or shaved in the scalp and successive images are taken within 3 to 5 days to set the hair growth pattern.
As a result, defect in the hair growth cycle is not the common cause of hair loss, but it may occur at any age. and The main causes of this disorder include disturbance of thyroid hormones, lack of nutrition, side effects of certain drugs, anemia and other systemic diseases, and mental disorders.
Hair Condition – Thirthly Hair analysis
We may take a sample of the scalp when we need new information to assess the mechanism of hair loss within the follicles.
In most cases where we evaluate hair loss patients and ready for hair restoration, scalp surgery is not necessary.
The Hair analysis is a laboratory procedure when there is a need to assess the defect in the hair shaft.
We usually look for causes, genetic or chemical. The test has no value in the diagnosis of systemic disease or nutritional status.
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