Hair Replacement in Birmingham

POSTED: 26 November 2012

Patients looking for hair replacement in Birmingham already have a wide variety of treatments to choose from, depending on the cause of hair loss, but the options have just expanded further.Both men and women suffer from hair loss, but the treatments between the two vary because of the nature or cause of the loss.

Balding and thinning can occur because of stress, genes, changes in nutritional intake, hormonal imbalance, medication or illness.In addition to this, growth can stop because of direct physical stress on the follicle, as has been seen in patients that suffer from hair pulling, known medically as trichotillomania. A similar process is responsible for eyebrow hair loss experienced by women who have over-plucked their eyebrows, which until recently has only been treatable by cosmetic tattooing or applying eyebrow pencil. Hair replacement in Birmingham however now includes precise transplant techniques to address the condition in a more natural way than ever before.

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