2. What qualification/degree i look for while consulting a doctor or dermatologist. I have been suffering from hair loss for about 3-4 years. I am very confused about it. Whatever hair I have on my scalp are gray. That's another issue, but I am more worried about hair loss. I have no clue where to start from or should I even see a dermatologist. Hair treatments are expensive and that's one of the reasons I never opted for a dermatologist. Now, situation is worsening and I feel if I don't do it now, then it's going to be very late.
1. PRP, medication or Transplant, which one. (photos)
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Thank you for the question. All 3 treatments that you have mentioned are something we offer here in my practice and can all be used in conjunction with each other proving excellent results. It is important at this point to maintain what you have, and to slow down the rate at which you are losing your hair. Medication may be key in that aspect. A combination of PRP and Neograft Hair transplant surgery may be the next step in restoring what you have lost, by encouraging new growth with PRP in the Crown area and following with a transplant procedure to rebuild your front hair line filling in your temporal area and so on.
Hair transplant Plus a non surgical treatment will do
Hello, Rahul. For what I can see in the pictures you provided, your priority is to slow down the rate of your hair falling. To restore the hairline and density you will need a hair transplant. We usually combine treatments on order to achieve better results. PRP has great results and can give your newly transplanted hair and extra push to grow successfully.Through a consultation a Hair Doctor will be able to determine the number of grafts needed to achieve your goals.Best of lucks
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