Baldness in Men

The Art of Hair Transplantation
Exclusively @ Lutétia

Is it normal to lose this much hair?

Absolutely. Hair loss is a fact of life. On average, we lose about 50 -100 hairs a day!

Healthy hair contains about 10 -15% of the dead, almost ‘ready to fall out’ hair. This is just part of the hair cycle. Each person’s hair cycle is regulated by their genes. Hair density, too, is genetic and the more hair you have, the more hair falls out.

In men, hair loss is often a result of hormonal and genetic conditions as is where it occurs on the head – at the temples, at the crown, and a receding hairline. Unlike women, men can start balding at an early age which can cause low self-esteem and a growing lack of confidence.

Can Hair Loss Be Reversed?

Depending on the level of hair loss that you have, each person is unique and the degree to which our DHI Hair Transplant in Dubai can help each patient is influenced by the underlying factors that contribute towards hair loss.

During the DHI procedure, each hair follicle is manually harvested by an expert hair transplant surgeon. The follicles are then suspended in a specially formulated solution to keep them healthy and alive before they are implanted, again by hand, to the transplant site. This process leaves no scarring at the donor site and is often conducted in under 6 hours (depending on the number of hairs to be transplanted).

Because the transplant is done by hand, our surgeons are meticulous in their ability to match the transplanted hair follicle's growth direction with that of the surrounding hair in the transplant site. This means the transplanted hair matches the surrounding hair perfectly, giving a 100% natural look!

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    Average 97% Transplanted Hair Survival Rate

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    Why am I bald?

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    The most common cause of baldness is called male-pattern baldness. It is hereditary and is a gradual loss of hair in predictable patterns, like a receding hairline and thinning hair on the crown.

    Research has found that genes may determine how sensitive your hair follicles are to male hormones called androgens or more specifically DHT, which makes the follicles shrink. As the follicles get small the hair that regrows there tends to thinner, finer, less vigorous. With each hair growth cycle, it takes longer and longer for hair to grow back. Until finally, it doesn’t grow back at all.

    The majority of men, like 95%, can blame this hormonal sensitivity for their hair loss.

    So, who’s to blame?

    Because it is hereditary, we look to the genes of your parents for answers. It’s true that the primary gene exists in the X chromosome, the one that men only get from their mothers. But before you blame her, know that there are other factors at play here. That genes are slightly more dominant on the mother’s side, but research suggests that men who have a bald father are more likely to develop male pattern baldness than those who don’t.

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