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Hair Loss

Hair loss is a multifactorial problem affected by genetics, hormones and environmental factors, as well as diet and daily activity.

Both men and women are affected by hair loss. There are three major categories of hair loss reported most commonly as androgenetic alopecia, telogen effluvium and alopecia areata.

Male pattern hair loss: Androgenetic alopecia

Male pattern hair loss is also referred to androgenetic alopecia. It is prevalent in Americans, affecting 30 million men starting as early as their teens and all the way into adulthood. Men typically present with loss of volume in the front and back of the scalp, gradually extending to the middle. This pattern will start early in life, and when left untreated the balding will be more extensive and severe. The focal distribution of hair loss in various stages is well documented by the Hamilton-Norwood classification.

Men Hair loss

This is a clinical grading scale for staging male androgenetic alopecia and describes the progression of male pattern baldness in a range from stages I to VIII.  A gradual onset of hair loss occurs bi-temporally (the temples) from the frontal areas with progression to a wider area of thinning hair that may or may not have bare patches. Men will experience and report minimal shedding.

Men will experience androgenetic alopecia as early as puberty, while some will report its onset later in life. Patients will experience a gradual onset of thinning hair and hair loss, which progressively becomes more apparent. Treatment is most effective when initiated at an early stage.

Men experiencing thinning and loss of hair volume will benefit from using LaserCap. The convenience of using the hands-free combination hair therapy by LaserCap is guaranteed to provide thicker, fuller and stronger hair.

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Female Hair Loss: Telogen effluvium and menopausal hair loss

More than 20 million women also suffer from androgenetic alopecia. Females present with similar complaints of hair loss as their male counterparts. However female hair loss is further complicated by telogen effluvium, a more generalized distribution of hair loss more commonly seen in women than men.

Women Hair loss

Telogen effluvium literally translates into “excessive resting hair” that refers to hair remaining longer in its normal resting stage, as compared to it growing stage. Women typically present with a generalized distribution of hair loss in various stages documented by the Ludwig classification.

Telogen effluvium is characterized by thinning hair, without bare patches, and prominent shedding and frequent of telogen hairs (resting hairs) when brushing or pulling on the hair. Women will report a gradual loss in hair volume, excessive shedding and thinning throughout their scalp. This hair loss pattern is primarily associated with genetic factors that predetermine a person’s sensitivity to hormones.

As a woman matures their body will switch into a menopausal, then post-menopausal period.  The body will decrease its production of female sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. However, the body’s concentration of testosterone will be relatively greater than the (decreased) estrogen. As a result of the menopausal hormonal changes, women become more sensitive to testosterone and experience greater hair loss.

Women experiencing thinning hair, loss of volume, and excess shedding of their hair will benefit from using LaserCap. The laser and light combination hair therapy by LaserCap will provide thicker, fuller and stronger hair.

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Board Certified: Laser Hair Restoration Program by Dr. David P. Melamed for the treatment of androgenic alopecia as well as menopausal hair thinning and telogen effluvium. The leading expert in Non-Surgical Permanent Hair Restoration for thinning or balding hair and hair loss as featured on Fox 11 News (watch video), Good Day LA, Good Morning America and National Magazines. Many patients regain their own hair growing thicker hair after 6-12 month using advanced cold low level laser technology, available from Dr. David Melamed in treating male loss of hair and female loss of hair at West LA Medical and Skincare. We specialize in hair restoration treatments for growing thicker hair over 12 years. Treatments are usually twice per week for 25 minutes with no pain no implants no wigs no surgery and no downtime. The LaserCap laser is recommended by Dr. Melamed for men and women losing hair as a treatment for thinning hair and generalized hair loss and to reverse hair loss and to grow thicker and fuller hair. See the before and after pictures and see how you and loved ones can benefit from using LaserCap.