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Excellence hair transplant center Vadodara: The Ultimate Hair loss solution

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The Excellence Hair Clinic is at the forefront of the Hair Transplant field and has revolutionized the Technology of Hair Transplant by providing non-surgical hair replacement to clients suffering from hair loss in all its various forms.

At Excellence Hair Transplant & Laser Centre we have found a solution that will allow you to regain your full head of hair without having to undergo any painful surgery or permanent scarring. Our bespoke and custom made hair systems are individually made to the client needs and to suit any type of hair loss you may be suffering from. You can sleep, swim and shower for up to 6 weeks without having to take the hair system off.

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Excellence FUE hair transplant Vadodara

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Excellence is one of the top Hair Transplantation and Laser hair loss treatment center in Vadodara having surgeons with years of experience and vast knowledge in the field of hair transplantation techniques and their expertise will surely help you in treating any degree of baldness by using surgical or non-surgical methods for hair transplantation (whichever suits you the best).

We make use of the latest technologies and formulas, infuse our long years of experience in understanding the rudiments of the problem, and offer the treatment accordingly. This ensures that you receive the right treatment that is bespoke and tailor-made only for your particular type of problem.

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Hair Loss and ‘Difficult To Manage’ Hair

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Hair has always acquired a great deal of social and cultural importance. Hair loss, a condition also known as alopecia, generally refers to the loss of hair from any part of the hair bearing area of the body, like the scalp, eyebrows, beard or all over the body.

What Are Types Of Hair Loss?

Normal hair growth cycles last anywhere from 2-7 years. However, forms of hair loss are characterized by shorter hair growth cycles such as in androgenic alopecia.

A normal human growth cycle consists of 3 phases as:

  1. Anagen phase (main growing stage).
  2. Catagen phase (resting stage).
  3. Telogen phase (shedding off stage).

When telogen phase ends, old hair gets replaced with a new hair from the same follicle. Normally a person sheds about 50-100 hair strands per day, but it is not noticeable. However, with the gradual increase in thinning of hair, hair loss becomes prominent.

Certain Factors Are Involved In Thinning Of Hair, Which Include:

The most common form of male hair loss is androgenic alopecia, also called male pattern balding. This is an inheritable form of balding that comes with aging and is mediated by the active form of the hormone testosterone called DHT.

Similar condition in females is called Female Androgenetic alopecia due to a multitude of hormone disturbances, which could also be heritable.

Telogen effluvium is another type of hair loss which is usually temporary that is as a result of the effect of stress on the body. This stress may be caused by illness, pregnancy and childbirth or weight loss and nutritional deficiency etc.

Patchy hair loss also termed alopecia areata, which occurs suddenly on any part of the body where hair grows.

Trichotillomania, due to pulling of hair deliberately; this is a psychological disorder.

Certain drugs like anti cancer medication, radiation therapy can cause hair fall.

Scarring alopecia occurs due to skin diseases like lichen planus, lupus etc. and they are irreversible.

The specific type of hair loss can be determined by common blood and hormone investigations.  A biopsy of the scalp may also be done to confirm the type of alopecia in some cases.

What Are the Treatments Available?

1) Medications can be administered to prevent further hair loss for example minoxidil, Finasteride, flutamide etc. depending on the cause of the hair fall.

2) Hair supplements in case of nutritional deficiency

3) Hormone correction if required, for example in cases associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome.

4) Platelet rich plasma injections

5) Stem Cell Treatment: Stem cells  taken from your own fat or peripheral blood , referred to as Autologous stem cells, are injected into the affected area These cells release factors which send molecular signals to hair follicles which are revivable, which then give rise to new hair growth.

6) QR678 Hair Growth Factor Injections Treatment: The regulation of epidermal hair follicles is brought about by the powerful interaction between mesenchymal and epithelial cells; hence the hair follicles pass through a cycle of phase’s viz. Growth, transition, resting, and fall. The mesenchymal cells release specific growth factors which are the ultimate stimulators of follicular epithelial cells which in turn multiply resulting in full development of hair follicles.

It is the latest in non-surgical hair re-growth treatment developed by a team of expert medical professionals from India. A mixture of hair growth specific growth factors are injected via multiple injections into the affected areas, in monthly sessions (8-10) of about 15 minutes each, over a span of 8-10 months. It is a targeted therapy involving the final growth molecules, ie: the growth factors, being administered directly in the hair roots. By-passing skin as well as blood barriers, hence supposedly, it should be a very effective therapy for most patterns of hair loss and virtually devoid of side effects. It can be an alternative to transplant in the earlier stages of alopecia and also work in cases where no other therapy has worked.

7) Hair transplant: For later stages wherein hair re-growth with medical means is no longer possible, Follicular unit transplant, follicular unit extraction, or the latest direct hair implant techniques can be used.

8) Studies are underway for genetic remodelling for Androgenetic alopecia, generation of hair follicle with stem cells in the laboratory, hair cloning etc. However, they are still in the initial stages and will take years before they can be used in humans.

5) Laser treatment can also be done as adjunct though the results are unproven in clinical studies.

Are any of the treatments permanent?

All treatments including transplants come with a shelf life especially in Androgenetic alopecia and maintenance is the norm.

What are different strategies to prevent hair loss?

Hair loss can be prevented by:

1) Healthy eating habits

2) Iron and protein rich diet,

3) Regular exercise

4) Avoiding medications and chemicals that is likely to cause hair loss

5) Stress management.

6) Using the right products on the hair and limited hair styling treatments.

What must one remember while undergoing this treatment?

1) Every skin is different, just like every individual is unique. One must have realistic expectations and not get carried away by advertisements, results obtained in other patients, celebrities etc.

2) A trained expert cosmetic dermatologist with ample years of experience should be your treating physician.

3) There may be cases in which nothing works. This is sad but true as there are still some gaps in our knowledge in this subject.

Hair Care Tips

Your hair needs to be evaluated by a good dermatologist specialized in cosmetic hair care, or a trichologist. It is only then that your hair care products and tips can be individualized & recommended for your hair.

Normal hair:

Oiliness starts appearing after two or so days of hair wash.

Requires twice a week cleansing.

Dry hair:

Frizzy hair without the normal sheen. Difficult to comb, lifeless.

Requires cleansing with moisturizing shampoos and moisturizing conditioner. Anti frizz    serums, gels etc. are available in the market. Deep conditioning treatments and hair masks    are required for severe cases.

Oily hair:

Starts becoming greasy within a day after hair wash and requires frequent shampooing.

Coloured hair:

Similar to dry hair

Use products specifically meant for coloured hair only.

About 50 hairs fall daily and 75- 100 hair fall on the day of hair wash is normal. Any excessive hair loss warrants dermatological intervention.

There is a tempting array of hair styling, colouring, highlighting, hair extensions, and various other hair fashion options available today and a lot of us like to try them out. Hair care involves using the right kind of shampoo and the right conditioner in the right way. Along with enough proteins in your diet to nourish your hair. Avoid using oil if you have dandruff. Certain cases of dandruff are very stubborn and need a doctor’s help. Use a shampoo meant for daily wash if you wash your hair daily.

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Hair Loss Treatment in Vadodara

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Good hair quality and volume change the entire look of a person. One thing that most of us face in our day-to-day life is hair loss. Irrespective of age or gender, be it teenagers, elderly men or women, you can see hair loss in all of them. There are lots of reasons for hair loss and it has been broadly divided into two categories:

a) Scarring Alopecia  &  b) Non-Scarring Alopecia

a) Scarring Alopecia In this, the hair follicles are lost permanently and underlying skin gets scarred. Some of the main reasons for this are:-

Injury by chemicals such as an acid burns or other chemical reaction.

Physical trauma like an overdose of x-rays or burns.

b) Non-Scarring Alopecia: In this, the underlying skin of our hair is not damaged. The causes for this kind of damage are:-

  • Consumption of unhealthy food such as junk food, extra oily food, etc.
  • Genetic disorder from the maternal or paternal side of the family
  • Excessive use of hair gels, dyes, blow-drying, curling, straightening, radiotherapy, etc.
  • Hormonal disturbances such as menstrual cycle, thyroid disorder, diabetes, etc.
  • Infection- bacterial and fungal

Excellence Centre is one of the best clinics in India for Hair Fall Treatment. Some of the best treatments like hair transplantation, PRP treatment, mesotherapy and medication are conducted here. Since men are affected by male pattern baldness, hair transplantation is commonly sought-after by men. As per the severity, baldness in men has been divided into seven grades. Loss of hair takes place pre-dominantly from the front and crown areas of the head. The sides and back part remain intact. These follicles are not affected by the hormone (DHT) because they do not have the receptor for the same.

Hair transplantation is universally performed by two methods, Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). The FUE procedure is performed regularly at Excellence Centre.

Male-pattern Baldness Treatment Finasteride – this works by keeping the hormone testosterone changing over to the hormone DHT (dihydrotestosterone) which causes hair follicles to contract. Finasteride viably brings back ordinary hair size (from being the fine hair).

Minoxidil – this is accessible as a lotion. The individual rubs it into the scalp consistently. Around 15% of men who use it experience hair regrowth, while half of all men see that the going bald procedure stops. It is strictly when four months of every day applications that the individuals who advantage from minoxidil notice it. In the event that treatment is halted the balding will continue. Symptoms are unprecedented.

Law Light Laser therapy – a controlled clinical trial demonstrated the clinical viability and security of a laser therapy gadget for treating genetic male pattern baldness.

Dermabrasion gel – skin of lab mice give have completely using so as to work hair follicles complete with new hair a protein that invigorates follicle producing qualities in skin cells under injury conditions.Female-design sparseness treatment. The main successful drug for ladies with female-pattern hair baldness is minoxidil. Other alternatives are hair transplants, wigs, hair weaving, changes in the haircut, plastic surgery (scalp reduction).

TAlopecia areata treatment There is no present dependable, protected, viable, long haul treatment for alopecia areata. Luckily, around 80% of cases resolve themselves following a year without treatment and hair develops back. Along these lines, careful holding up may be the best beginning methodology. In the event that it doesn’t resolve itself, a few medicines are conceivable:Steroid infusions – it is powerful when the patient has little patches. A steroid arrangement is infused straight into the scalp, a few times. The steroid prevents the resistant framework from assaulting hair follicles.

Topical steroids (creams and balms) and steroid tablets – despite the fact that these prescriptions are generally recommended for alopecia areata treatment, their long haul advantages are not clear. It appears there is a chance hair will regrow. Reactions turn out to be more regular the more drawn out the patient takes the steroid tablets or creams/treatments; they may incorporate diabetes and stomach ulcers. A few patients experience tingling, and now and then hair development in different areas.Minoxidil – connected in salve structure to the scalp each day, this treatment can fortify hair development. Advantages, in the event that they show up, do as such after around a few months.

Immunotherapy – this is the best treatment for aggregate male pattern baldness. DPCP (diphencyprone) is connected to the uncovered skin. The patient applies the compound arrangement once every week, and the measurement is more grounded every time.

Dithranol cream – it is less powerful and there is a more serious danger of bringing on a skin response and irritation. It can likewise recolor the scalp and hair.UV light treatment – the patient is given around a few sessions of light treatment every week. This is typically done in a healing facility. After around 12 months patients may see some great results.The doctors involved in this procedure are highly-educated, skillfully trained and do everything with utmost care. You can find branches of

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Excellence Hair transplant & Laser center for Hair loss Treatment in Vadodara.

WHY IS MY HAIR FALLING OUT?

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If your hair is falling out, it can be hard to look in the mirror. While it’s perfectly normal to lose 50 to 100 hairs a day, significant hair loss is distressing.

Hair loss can have many causes, the most common being androgenetic alopecia — also known as male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness. This form of alopecia, or hair loss, is genetic and does not happen suddenly – rather it’s a gradual thinning of your hair over time. For men, that often means a loss of hair at the crown, hairline and on the top of the head. For women, it can be more diffuse, resulting in patchy hair loss across different areas of the scalp or a widening of the part.

WHAT ARE SOME OTHER HAIR LOSS CONDITIONS?

ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA

MOST COMMON Androgenetic alopecia, better known as male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness, is the most common form of hair loss. Characterized by the pattern it produces on the scalp, men will typically notice their hair line receding into the shape of an “M”, while women will usually see a thinning of their hair all over or a widening of their part.

ALOPECIA AREATA

Alopecia areata is thought to be an autoimmune condition where the immune system incorrectly attacks the hair follicle. The affected follicle eventually stops growing visible hair, resulting in circular patches of hair loss across the scalp. Alopecia areata may occur in multiple family members, suggesting genetics play a part in this condition.

OPHIASIS

Ophiasis is a form of alopecia areata that occurs in a wave or band pattern around the edge of the scalp, typically at the back of the head.

ALOPECIA TOTALIS

Alopecia totalis, another form of alopecia areata, results in the complete loss of scalp hair.

ALOPECIA UNIVERSALIS

Alopecia universalis, an advanced form of alopecia areata, is characterized by the total loss of hair on the scalp and body.

CHIGNON ALOPECIA

Chignon alopecia is a form of localized traction alopecia that results in hair loss around the crown of the head. Wearing hair in a tight bun over an extended period of time can cause this condition because of the style’s constant pulling on the hair.

TRICHOTILLOMANIA

Trichotillomania is an impulse control disorder that drives individuals to compulsively pull out their own hair, resulting in noticeable hair loss.

TRACTION ALOPECIA

Traction alopecia results from damaged hair follicles due to constant tension or pulling over a long period of time. Hairstyles such as tight pony tails, buns, braids, or hair extensions can cause traction alopecia.

HYPOTRICHOSIS

Hypotrichosis is a condition where there is no hair growth from the time of birth. Rather than starting with hair and losing it over time, people with hypotrichosis never grow any hair.

ANAGEN EFFLUVIUM

Anagen effluvium is the sudden loss of hairs in their anagen (growing) phase. This condition may be caused by exposure to chemicals or toxins such as those found in chemotherapy or radiation for cancer treatment. The condition is generally reversible and hair typically regrows within 1-3 months, but some hair loss can be permanent.

TELOGEN EFFLUVIUM

Telogen effluvium occurs when hair follicles are prematurely pushed into the telogen, or resting, phase of hair growth. This condition is usually due to an acute environmental factor such as physical trauma, surgery, major illness, or other intense stressors on the body.

CENTRAL CENTRIFUGAL CICATRICIAL ALOPECIA

Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia, or CCCA, is a form of scarring alopecia that is common in African-American women, though it can present in men and women of all ethnicities. Research suggests CCCA may be linked to harsh styling practices such as relaxers and the use of hot tools.

LICHEN PLANOPILARIS

Lichen planopilaris is a form of lichen planus, a skin disease, and primarily affects the scalp. Lichen planopilaris is characterized by small red pimples around clusters of hairs, causing increased shedding.

CICATRICIAL ALOPECIA

Cicatricial alopecia, also called scarring alopecia, refers to a group of rare disorders that destroy hair follicles and replace them with scar tissue. This scar tissue results in permanent hair loss.

FOLLICULITIS

Folliculitis occurs when hair follicles are blocked or damaged. Often the damaged follicles become infected with bacteria causing a rash, itching and pimples to appear. In severe cases, hair loss and scarring can occur.

TRICHORRHEXIS NODOSA

Trichorrhexis nodosa is characterized by weak points or nodes present along the hair shaft. The nodes cause hair to break easily leading to the appearance of thinning hair or patchy hair loss.

For informational purposes only. The exact cause of hair loss can only be determined by a medical professional.

WHAT ELSE CAN CAUSE HAIR LOSS?

Other types of hair loss can be attributed to an increase in stress, changing hormones, disease, poor nutrition, or even certain medications. Often these triggers will lead to a more sudden loss of hair.

DISEASES & CONDITIONS

  • Medical conditions such as thyroid disease, lupus and anemia often contribute to hair loss.
  • Cancer treatment, including radiation and chemotherapy, may result in hair loss.
  • Major illness can also cause hair loss. Surgery, severe infections, influenza, and even a high fever can be triggers.
  • Trichotillomania is an impulse control disorder that drives individuals to compulsively pull out their own hair, resulting in noticeable hair loss.

MEDICATIONS

Many types of prescription drugs may cause hair loss including:

  • Acne medicines that contain high doses of vitamin A (retinoids)
  • Blood thinners and anticlotting drugs
  • Anticonvulsants (epilepsy medication)
  • High blood pressure medicines and diuretics
  • Immune-suppressing medications
  • Weight loss drugs

HORMONES & STRESS

Traumatic events like a divorce, losing a loved one or surviving a bad accident increase stress levels, which can trigger hair loss.

Menopause is a common cause of hair loss due to significant changes in hormone levels.

Giving birth may cause a conspicuous amount of hair loss because of decreasing estrogen levels.

POOR DIET & NUTRITION

Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia can lead to hair loss. Other diet-related causes include:

  • Iron deficiency
  • Significant weight loss
  • Insufficient protein levels

The exact cause of hair loss can only be determined by a medical professional.

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WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT MY HAIR LOSS?

No matter the reason for your hair loss, facing this issue can be devastating. Know that you are not alone and you have options.

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Which Specialist Do I Talk to About Hair Loss?

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Do you see more hairs in your hands when you shampoo?  Are you watching your precious hairs go down the shower drain?  Are you pulling more hairs out of your brush?

If you’re worried about hair loss, maybe you’re starting to think about hair transplantation. Is a hair transplant right for you? What other options besides surgery are available? You know there are a few hair-loss drugs, but don’t know much about them.

 What’s the next step? Maybe you should talk to a medical professional, but whom?

You’re PCP

If you’re like many people, you might have a primary care physician (PCP) you turn to for general, everyday care.  For reference, a “PCP” is usually board certified in Family Practice or Internal Medicine, so they cover a large breadth of knowledge but are not “specialists.”

PCPs attend to many patients and are able to manage a wide range of maladies: blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid issues, chronic back pain, sore throats, and so on.

While there’s no reason your PCP can’t discuss hair loss or hair restoration with you, it might not be the best option.

To the average PCP, hair loss doesn’t rank high on the list of pressing health concerns. It’s not a life-threatening condition and treatments generally aren’t covered by insurance. Plus, most PCPs won’t have an extensive background to discuss hair loss disorders. Thus, if you do choose to talk to your PCP about hair loss, the best option is to ask him/her for a referral to a dermatologist.

Dermatologist

Dermatologists are specialists; therefore, they focus on a far-narrower spectrum of healthcare. When it comes to discussing hair restoration with a medical professional, a dermatologist is probably the best choice. Hair is considered a “skin appendage.”  That means it originates from and is an integral part of the skin. So, hair follicles and hair-related problems are an inherent dermatological issue. More importantly, dermatology is the only medical specialty that requires doctors to be trained in the diagnosis and treatment of hair-related disorders.

Since hair loss is a recognized part of their field, dermatologists not only have more experience and training, but also greater motivation for staying up-to-date on the latest hair-loss treatments and technologies.

What’s Happens Now?

Your dermatologist will probably first ask you a list of questions about your hair loss:

  • Lifestyle (e.g., hair care practices, sudden weight loss, recent surgery, diet restrictions, etc.)
  • Medications or Supplements you’re taking
  • Family history (yes, genetics plays a major role in certain types of baldness).
  • Current illnesses
  • Length of time you have been noticing hair loss and related symptoms (itching, flaking, etc)

Your dermatologist might also conduct a direct examination of the scalp looking for signs of inflammation or alopecia (medical term for hair loss).

Based on your answers to the medical questions and their examination of your scalp, the dermatologist might next:

Order additional tests and/or screenings – If your dermatologist suspects there are other factors at play besides pattern baldness, he/she might want to perform a biopsy or rule out other conditions such as vitamin deficiencies or anemia.

Prescribe medications – Your dermatologist might decide to guide you through treatment on Minoxidil (Rogaine) and/or Finasterida (Propecia).

Make a referral – Hair Restoration surgeons are even more specialized, so most general dermatologists do not perform hair transplant procedures; however, they may know whether or not you are a good candidate. He/she should be able to refer you to a reputable hair surgeon near you or guide you to for Hair transplantation Surgeons website to help you locate one.

If your hair loss is causing you significant distress, it’s important to talk to a qualified doctor about it. Start with the right specialist to help you determine why you are losing your hair and if a hair transplant is right for you.

The surgeons at Excellence Hair Transplant & Laser Center, have years of experience and training in hair loss and hair transplantation.

Contact Excellence Hair Transplant Center today for a consultation.