Healthy hair improves the overall appearance of a person and enhances confidence. Although hair loss has no physical impact, it affects psychological health. The psychological symptoms associated with hair loss include depression, anger, social withdrawal, and reduced confidence. Fortunately, several treatment options are available that reverse hair loss or slow down its speed.

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  • Hair Loss Treatment: Before initiating the hair loss treatment, dermatologists perform several tests to determine the cause of hair loss. The methods to determine the causes of hair loss include physical examination, pull test, scalp biopsy, blood tests, light microscopy, and discussion about hair care measures, diet, family history, and medical history. Some types of hair loss can be effectively treated through medications and surgeries. For other types, the treatment may slow down the process of hair loss. Surgical intervention includes hair transplant surgery. Laser therapy involves using a low-level laser to treat hereditary hair loss in women and men.
  • Dandruff: Patients with dandruff experience shedding of dry skin flakes from the scalp. Dandruff is usually a chronic condition that requires prolonged or repeated treatment. Treatment options for dandruff include over-the-counter shampoos that reduce the accumulation of scalp cells and medicated shampoos that contain antifungal and antibiotic ingredients. People with dandruff are also advised to get some sunshine briefly to reduce the production of yeast on the scalp.
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): PRP therapy involves obtaining the blood, separating the platelet-rich plasma by centrifugation, and injecting it into the scalp. PRP therapy is believed to trigger hair growth and sustains it by enhancing blood flow to the scalp. The therapy may be used in combination with other treatments for hair loss.
  • Growth Factor Concentrate procedure (GFC): It involves collecting almost 16 ml of blood, mixing it in the GFC tubes, and keeping it for 30 minutes. In 30 minutes, the growth factors are released from the platelets. Next, the blood is centrifuged for 10 minutes, and the GFC is collected and injected into the scalp.