We hope that our blogs are engaging and useful for you. At this half way point in the year it is a good time to review our information – if you wish to see more detail then each blog is available on our website for you to read. In the meantime this is what we have learned so far in 2016. 
What causes hair loss – why is your hair coming out? 
 
 
In this post we talked about the 10 top reasons as to why a person might experience hair loss. The key causes we discussed include medical factors, hereditary reasons, nutrition-related issues and how even something like stress can play a part in dramatic hair loss. Click here to read the full post. 
 
 
Who has a hair transplant? Who is an ideal candidate? 
 
It is interesting that the success of a hair transplant can be affected by some of the personal factors of the candidate. A healthy, relatively stress-free person who exercises regularly is more likely to benefit from a transplant, as would a person who has a more established hair loss pattern. This is because a patient who is in the early stages of hair loss may require further hair transplants later on in life as the natural hair continues to come away, we recommend that patients should ideally be over the age of 30 in order to see the best results. Find out more about who makes the ideal candidate for a hair transplant by clicking here. 
 
What is male pattern baldness and how can a hair transplant be the solution? 
 
Up to 70% of men are said to experience male pattern baldness in their lifetime. Typically, the hair loss occurs at the temples and at the crown of the head, and is very often genetic which means the man can do very little to prevent the hair loss. However, once the hair loss has been established, there is a solution, and hair transplants for male pattern baldness are becoming increasingly popular. To learn more about the process of a hair transplant, read our blog post here. 
 
Treatment methods – Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) 
 
Dr Diaz is able to utilise a technique known as PRP, which uses the patient’s own blood to promote hair growth. Platelet rich plasma is collected from the patient’s blood before being injected into the scalp in order to stimulate hair growth, this is particularly useful following hair restoration surgery. To find out more about how the PRP process works, take a look at our detailed blog post. 
 
We hope we’ve been able to answer many of your hair transplant related questions on our blog, however if you have any other queries or would like to find out more information about our services then we’d love to hear from you, simply give our clinic a call on 0800 044 3917. 
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