Hair implant for baby short hair? (Photo)
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Hair implant for baby short hair
No, hair implant is not a solution for that ...The reason of the hair miniaturization may be external factors, connective tissue disorders such as stress, anemia, lupus, medications, hormonal and seasonal changes, nutritional problems, severe diets, bulimia, protein/calorie deficiency, zinc and essential amino-acid deficiency, mal-absorption (intestinal and digestive problems), A-vitamin excess, general anesthesia, affective mood disorders.
So you have to have a full exam with an hair surgeon, internalist and/or endocrinologist to find out any reason for hair loss.
It is best to see a doctor for an examination if you are considering a treatment. Hair transplant may or may not be an option.
It is best to see a doctor for an examination if you are considering a treatment. Hair transplant may or may not be an option. It will depend on your examination and an understanding of your goal and expectation.
Assuming you are a women asking this question
I have written extensively about female hair loss and what I wrote can be found on my blog post below
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Thanks for the question. Sounds like are experiencing miniaturization. That is the process in the genetically inherited pattern of hair that is sensitive to hormonal influences that shorten the anagen growth phase of hair. Hence, in effect the hair's growth phase is progressively shorten, so the hair becomes progressively thinner and short. The great news is that cellular therapy with PRP and Acell can reverse this trend! The benefit can be prolonged with a series of injections or maintained with low level laser therapy.
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