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Hair Care

Providing you the best range of Laser Hair Therapy, Permanent Hair Reduction, Hair Loss Treatment Service, Stem Cell Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Hair Transplantation with effective & timely delivery.

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What are the causes of excessive hair loss?

It is normal to shed some hair each day as part of this cycle. The average scalp contains about 1,00,000 hairs. On average a person loses about 100 hairs per day. However, some people may experience excessive (more than normal) hair loss. Hair loss of this type can affect men, women and children. Balding is a natural phenomenon. Men and women undergo thinning of hair and loss of hair as they age. This is mainly related to ageing, hereditary factors and testosterone. About 25% of the men start balding by the time they are 30 yrs old.

Many people suffer from hair loss due to various factors like:

 

  • Stress
  • Prolonged illness
  • After undergoing a major surgery
  • Nutritional deficiency, Crash diets that lack sufficient protein, Iron and Vitamins
  • Hormonal imbalance – post delivery or thyroid gland problems (either overactive or under active)
  • Chemical and Physical stress to the hair shaft from Hair Coloring, Perming, Permanent straightening or lengthening.
  • Infection of the scalp – Fungal infections
  • Medications, Post Chemotherapy, excess Vitamin A

Can improper care of my hair cause hair loss?

Yes. If you use tight hair rollers, the pull on your hair can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia. If the pulling is stopped before scarring of the scalp develops, your hair will grow back normally. However, scarring can cause permanent hair loss.

Hot oil hair treatments or chemicals used in permanents (also called "perms") may cause inflammation of the hair follicle, which can result in scarring and hair loss.

Common hair loss patterns:

There are 2 common patterns:

  • Male pattern baldness: This involves a receding hairline with thinning around the crown with eventual bald spots. This has been attributed to genetics and testosterone influence
  • Female pattern baldness: This involves thinning on the scalp with an intact hairline. It is attributes to genetics, testosterone imbalance and age.

When to seek Medical Help?

  • You are losing hair in an unusual pattern
  • You are losing hair rapidly or at an early age (for example, in your teens or twenties)
  • You have any pain or itching with the hair loss
  • The skin on your scalp under the involved area is red, scaly, or otherwise abnormal
  • You have acne, facial hair, or an abnormal menstrual cycle
  • You are a woman and have male pattern baldness
  • You have bald spots on your beard or eyebrows
  • You have been gaining weight or have muscle weakness, intolerance to cold temperatures, or fatigue

What are the treatment options?

There are various treatment options available.

 



  • Low level Laser therapy
  • Dermaroller
  • Mesotherapy
  • Hair weaving
  • Hair Transplantation
  • Stem cell therapy
  • Nutritional supplements

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Info on laser hair reduction

Dr. Umashankar's Dermavision uses the best in laser technology approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for permanent hair reduction.

How does laser treatment work?

Hair reducing lasers work by interacting with the pigment in the hair to produce heat. A very intense beam of light is passed through the skin at the hair root. The dark hair becomes very hot and destroys the cells that produce the hair. If the light is intense enough, the hair follicle is damaged to an extent where it can no longer produce hair at all.

Is the treatment safe?

The treatment is approved by the FDA, who has deemed it safe. Each centre is medically supervised at all times. The light produced by the laser is in the infrared end of the light spectrum as opposed to the ultraviolet end. This type of light is non-carcinogenic (non-cancer causing).

Lasers have been used in the medical profession for over 15 years and no long-term side effects have been reported.

Does the treatment hurt?

 

Everyone’s pain threshold is different. As treatment settings vary according to individual skin and hair types, so do the levels of discomfort. We provide the option of a topical anaesthetic and also our patented inbuilt cooling system allows us to specially cool the treatment area, hence reducing the discomfort level. This will be discussed at your initial consultation.

The test patch performed at the consultation will give you an idea as to the discomfort level.

Who carries out the treatment?

All of our treatments are carried out by fully qualified doctors who have undergone the core of Knowledge training which focuses on Health and Safety issues.

What does the consultation and test patch involve?

The consultation involves a discussion with the laser practitioner who will examine your skin and hair type for suitability. A test patch is carried out to determine the best treatment settings and to avoid overdosing the skin. If any adverse effects are experienced on the test patch area, we may need to re-assess your treatment programme. A test patch is mandatory for each area to be treated.

How many treatments will I need?

During your consultation we will assess the skin and hair and plan a tailor-made programme that will offer you the best results to suit your needs. On average we recommend a course of 6 sessions. However, some clients do not need to return after 3 treatments. Hence we recommend that you pay per treatment, instead of paying for a course. The sessions are typically spaced 4 – 6 weeks apart.

How long does each treatment take?

This depends on the size of the area you are having treated and you will be advised during your consultation. We use a variable spot size from 3 to 10mm. This enables us to clear an area very quickly, which also reflects in the price. For example, a bikini and underarm together takes about 30 minutes, an upper lip takes 10 mins.

Does the laser treat blond / Grey hair / Very fine?

Very blond / grey / very fine hair are not suitable for laser treatment, on one hand because of insufficient heat being generated in the hair and on the other because too much heat is being generated in the skin.

Can I remove the hair between treatments?

The hair is not to be removed from your skin during treatment as the old, dead hair (the hair cast) has to work its way out. The hair cast often appears to be growing hair for up to two weeks after treatment, after which it will fall out. You can remove the hair cast by shaving, trimming or depilatory cream. Waxing and plucking are not acceptable methods of removing the hair between treatments.

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What are the causes of excessive hair loss?

It is normal to shed some hair each day as part of this cycle. The average scalp contains about 1,00,000 hairs. On average a person loses about 100 hairs per day. However, some people may experience excessive (more than normal) hair loss. Hair loss of this type can affect men, women and children. Balding is a natural phenomenon. Men and women undergo thinning of hair and loss of hair as they age. This is mainly related to ageing, hereditary factors and testosterone. About 25% of the men start balding by the time they are 30 yrs old.

Many people suffer from hair loss due to various factors like:

 

  • Stress
  • Prolonged illness
  • After undergoing a major surgery
  • Nutritional deficiency, Crash diets that lack sufficient protein, Iron and Vitamins
  • Hormonal imbalance – post delivery or thyroid gland problems (either overactive or under active)
  • Chemical and Physical stress to the hair shaft from Hair Coloring, Perming, Permanent straightening or lengthening.
  • Infection of the scalp – Fungal infections
  • Medications, Post Chemotherapy, excess Vitamin A

Can improper care of my hair cause hair loss?

Yes. If you use tight hair rollers, the pull on your hair can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia. If the pulling is stopped before scarring of the scalp develops, your hair will grow back normally. However, scarring can cause permanent hair loss.

Hot oil hair treatments or chemicals used in permanents (also called "perms") may cause inflammation of the hair follicle, which can result in scarring and hair loss.

Common hair loss patterns:

There are 2 common patterns:

  • Male pattern baldness: This involves a receding hairline with thinning around the crown with eventual bald spots. This has been attributed to genetics and testosterone influence
  • Female pattern baldness: This involves thinning on the scalp with an intact hairline. It is attributes to genetics, testosterone imbalance and age.

When to seek Medical Help?

  • You are losing hair in an unusual pattern
  • You are losing hair rapidly or at an early age (for example, in your teens or twenties)
  • You have any pain or itching with the hair loss
  • The skin on your scalp under the involved area is red, scaly, or otherwise abnormal
  • You have acne, facial hair, or an abnormal menstrual cycle
  • You are a woman and have male pattern baldness
  • You have bald spots on your beard or eyebrows
  • You have been gaining weight or have muscle weakness, intolerance to cold temperatures, or fatigue

What are the treatment options?

There are various treatment options available.

 



  • Low level Laser therapy
  • Dermaroller
  • Mesotherapy
  • Hair weaving
  • Hair Transplantation
  • Stem cell therapy
  • Nutritional supplements

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Stem Cell Therapy
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Stem Cell Therapy

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Recent technology for the treatment of Alopecia (Baldness) ie. male pattern hair loss, female pattern hair loss & hair loss associated with various disorders. It is a revolutionary treatment for hair fall. The stem cells promote new hair growth within 3 to 4 weeks of treatment. The hair density increases by 30 to 40% by three sessions of treatment. On an average six sessions are required once in a week to 10 days along with which supplements are given. Stem cells activate the dead hair follicles and convert them into growing healthy new hair follicles.

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Introduction: Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Search for a way to enhance survival of transplanted hair follicles and promote healing with minimal scarring after transplantation led to trials of PRP. A growing literature already existed on use of PRP in sports medicine, orthopedic surgery and dental surgery and a number of other medical and surgical specialties to enhance tissue repair and healing after surgical procedures or injury.

What Are Platelets?

Platelets are biological constituents of blood, along with red and white blood cells. Unlike red and white blood cells, platelets do not have a nucleus and therefore do not qualify to be called “cells”. They are somewhat smaller than red and white blood cells.

Platelets are probably best known as components of the blood clotting system. When injury disrupts a blood vessel and causes bleeding, platelets are quickly activated and contribute to formation of a clot that stems the flow of blood. Platelets contribute to clot formation by (1) participating in release of a cascade of chemical factors essential to the clot-forming process, and (2) changing shape and interlocking with one another to plug the bleeding site by forming a physical barrier to blood flow. This physical barrier consists of interlocked platelets and strands of hemostatic fibers called fibrin.

But platelets are more than just first-line responders to bleeding injury. Every platelet is also a biochemical storehouse of regulatory, signaling and growth-factor molecules that participate in recovery and healing of tissue as well as emergency response to injury. Growth-factor molecules associated with platelets include:

  • Platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF)—promotes blood vessel growth, cell replication, skin formation;
  • Transforming growth-factor-beta (TGF-b)—promotes growth of matrix between cells, bone metabolism;
  • Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)—promotes blood vessel formation;
  • Epidermal growth factor (EGF)—promotes cell growth and differentiation , blood vessel formation, collagen formation;
  • Fibroblast growth factor-2 (FGF-2)—promotes growth of specialized cells and blood vessel formation; and,
  • Insulin-like growth factor (IGF)—a regulator of normal physiology in nearly every type of cell in the body.

All of these growth factors initiate and enhance physiologic processes that contribute to tissue recovery and health after injury. The growth factors are also involved in normal physiologic processes such as blood vessel formation.

The rationale for use of PRP in surgery is to artificially increase the number of platelets at a site where the storehouse of growth factors in the platelets can be put to use in enhancing tissue recovery, repair and health.

What is PRP?

PRP is blood plasma containing a concentration of platelets many times greater than occurs normally in blood. PRP is “autologous”, meaning that it comes from the patient’s own body. This is similar to the practice of having a patient donate his/her own blood before a surgical procedure, to be used in preference to blood from the hospital blood bank should a transfusion be needed. Another example is the removal and transplantation of a patient’s own skin for a plastic surgery procedure. Because PRP is autologous, it has no potential for causing a foreign-body immunologic reaction. PRP is immunologically neutral.

 

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Hair Transplantation

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Over the last decade hair transplantation surgery has undergone significant changes.

Hair transplantation today is often performed in a single “megasession”, or in multiple sessions over a period of weeks or months. A megasession completes the entire procedure—harvest of hair follicles from a donor site at the back of the patient’s scalp and placement of harvested follicles in a recipient site on the scalp—in a single session lasting several hours. Multiple sessions may be a better choice for some patients, based on a patient’s wishes and factors such as medical conditions.

Over the ensuing 3 to 6 months after transplantation, most transplanted follicles will thrive and produce hair at their new site. Some transplanted follicles will fail to thrive in their new environment.

Worried about..

  • Corn field’ appearance from large grafts

Microsurgery (1-2 hair) - has largely avoided ‘corn field’

  • Time needed for surgery and number of sittings

Use of lasers in preparing the receptor sites has reduced the time needed for surgery and has also greatly reduced the number of sittings

Latest in hair transplantation - "Follicular Unit Transplantation"

As these act as a distinct anatomic and physiologic unit, they give better results with good cosmesis.

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