Treating Hair Loss In Chemotherapy Using Cosmetic Hair Fusion

Treating Hair Loss In Chemotherapy Using Cosmetic Hair Fusion

Chemotherapy is a cancer treatment but has a lot of side effects as well. The side effects are because of the radiations and strong medicines administered during the treatment procedure. Common adverse consequenced include infection, fatigue, constipation, nausea, bruising, hair loss, etc. Hair loss in chemotherapy is one of the most apparent outcomes and probably that is the time when you start realizing the value of your hair. Reasons Of…

trichorrhexis nodosa

What Are The Causes and Treatment of Trichorrhexis Nodosa?

If you have noticed a little bulge or nodules in your hair shafts, chances are that you are suffering from Trichorrhexis nodosa. These are weak points in the hair at which it tends to break easily. It is a common occurrence. Since the hair tends to break at the bulges it leads to hair loss and alopecia, hence it must be treated as soon as it is noticed. If you…

Male pattern baldness

How To Deal with Male Pattern Baldness?

Men tend to lose hair with age, and it is a perfectly natural phenomenon. Some lose more hair than others, and after the age of 50, baldness or thinning of hair is common. How much hair you lose depends largely on genetics: it runs in some families more than others. Genetics accounts for 95% of male hair loss. Why do men lose hair? A common cause is the excess of…

What is Scarring Alopecia

Know About The Facts, Causes, Treatments for Scarring Alopecia

Scarring alopecia is a condition in which a person suffers hair loss and baldness. There is permanent destruction of hair follicles so that hair cannot grow back. It starts with small patches of baldness that expand with time. Since there is gradual hair loss, the condition is not noticeable by the patient, until the baldness becomes extreme. It may be accompanied by itching and burning sensation on the scalp. The…

What is alopecia totalis

What is Alopecia Totalis – Facts, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Alopecia totalis occurs when a person suffers from complete loss of scalp hair. It is different from Alopecia areata, in which a person loses hair in small patches. In Alopecia totalis, thereĀ is complete hair loss. The condition destroys the hair follicle and hair does not re-grow. While hair on the head is affected, Alopecia totalis may affect the eyebrow and eyelashes as well. It also differs from Alopecia Universalis. The…

Traction Alopecia

Traction Alopecia Causes & Treatment – How to Prevent Traction Alopecia?

If you keep your hair tightly pulled, in a tight ponytail or a tight braid, chances are that your hair follicles are under stress. It can lead to Traction Alopecia, a condition in which the tight hair causes tension to the hair follicles and their subsequent demise. Hairstyles that pull the hair, such as ponytails and braids put pressure on the hair and the scalp. If these hairstyles are habitual…

What is Telogen Effluvium

What is Telogen Effluvium – Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Hair loss has several underlying causes. In this article, I will describe a rare condition that causes temporary hair loss which fortunately recovers on its own. Temporary hair loss may happen to a person after suffering from stress, shock, or some other traumatic event. This condition is called telogen effluvium. It is different from permanent hair loss because even though there may be a large hair loss from the scalp,…

Hair Transplant and Cosmetic Hair Fusion

Hair Transplant Vs. Cosmetic Hair Fusion – Which is Better?

If you have suffered from hair loss or baldness and you do not like the look, you have two hair loss treatments options before you: hair transplant or cosmetic hair fusion. Obviously, you want the best for yourself. Which one to choose between hair transplant and cosmetic hair fusion? To clarify your doubts and queries, I will explain cosmetic hair fusion in this article so that you can decide the…