While most of us strive to maintain a head of healthy hair a number of factors can impact our ability to retain those beautiful locks.
While there is no cure for hair loss and thinning hair there are a number of treatments on the market designed to reduce hair loss and even regrow lost hair.
These treatments are especially effective if they are used as a proactive approach to retaining your magnificent mane.
Topical Ointments – One of the oldest treatments for hair loss topical lotions, serums and ointments contain vitamins, nutrients and other medicinal ingredients designed to promote new hair growth, while preventing future loss.
Pros: Affordable, non-invasive.
Cons: minimally effective, treatments must be performed over a long period of time.
Hair Implants – A surgical solution to hair loss. Hair implants are done using skin grafts from areas with healthy hair follicles. The grafts are transplanted to the scalp where they are then implanted into the scalp one at a time.
Pros: 60% new hair growth after 6-9 months.
Cons: Expensive, ranges from $4,000-$15,000. Complications can arise including, infection, inflammation, increased hair loss. Painful with a long recovery period, can last between 2 days to 2 weeks.
PRP– Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) uses the growth factors and nutrients in your blood to restore the function and output in the scalp. Using the plasma in your own blood the nurse injects small amounts of the plasma directly into the scalp.
Pros: natural treatment using your own blood. Enhances scalp health and reduces scalp scarring. Can regrow as much as 150 hairs per square inch.
Cons: Best results after 3-6 months.
Hair Filler – The newest and latest way to revitalize the scalp and promote thicker stronger hair growth is the world’s number #1 Hair Filler. Infused with biomimetic peptides, growth factors, nutrients and vitamins, this treatment is directly injected into the scalp for faster efficacy. The powerful formula nourishes and replenishes lost moisture to promote and maintain hair growth.
Pros: Long-lasting results, improved scalp circulation, fast acting
Cons: minimally invasive, slight pain may experience but a topical numbing aide can be applied.
Deciding which solution is right for you should include a consultation with a medical professional to ensure you are a right candidate for the treatment you select and you don’t have any allergies or problems with the medicinal and non-medicinal ingredients.