Hair Diet (Cyclical Vitamin Therapy)
Hair loss that is caused by a bad diet is called telogen effluvium and is defined as a temporary hair loss condition that causes hairs, usually in the anagen (growing) stage, to be prematurely pushed into the telogen (resting) phase of the hair growth cycle, triggering those hairs to fall out. Telogen effluvium can be treated over several months by eating more vitamins, supplements and minerals such as Vitamin C, biotin, niacin, iron and zinc.
Specialised hair-loss techniques (Eyebrows, Moustache)
The loss of hair isn’t just confined to the head. Just like the crown, hair loss in the eyebrows, moustache and beard can be as a result of genetics, excessive laser hair removal, electrolysis, surgery, burns or injury. Facial hair transplantation is a procedure that restores hair to areas where facial hair growth is thin or missing. While this procedure is most commonly performed on the goatee and moustache areas, it can also be performed on beards, sideburns and cheeks. Facial hair transplants can also be used to conceal acne scars and other types of scars. For men and women who have lost their eyebrow density due to disease, trauma or aging, the eyebrow hair transplant provides the easiest way to restore eyebrows. Today our surgeons are successfully transplanting hair from the head and other parts of the body to the face to help people get their desired facial hair density. The minimally invasive Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method is used, which makes it a virtually painless and scarless procedure.