Hair loss is distressing. It is a loss of youth, and self-identity. But if it has just started, you may be looking for ways to slow it down and regrow the lost hair. You’re in luck, because there are a few ways to treat hair loss non-surgically.
You Are What You Eat
Before you start any medical treatments for hair loss, take a look at your diet and make sure it is balanced and rich with omega-3s, B vitamins, protein, and iron. These basic building blocks can help you have a healthy head of hair. You may also want to check with your GP to rule out thyroid or hormonal problems as the cause of hair loss.
Lasers have all sorts of applications in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, but they also have a use in hair restoration. Low Level Laser Light Therapy is used to stimulate specific follicles to produce thicker hair. It is a temporary solution to the problem of thinning hair and balding scalps. However, as an aide to hair restoration surgery, LLLT works to strengthen hair growth in the follicles that have been transplanted.
Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem Cells
Platelets are the emergency responders of your body. Stem cells, found in your fat and bone marrow cells, naturally produce healing and regeneration. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are made of a concentrated platelet syrum. Either treatment is effective alone, but together, PRP and stem cell therapy are amazing tools to help thinning hair get thicker, stimulate dormant hair follicles, and regrow the hair you have lost.
If you have questions about non-surgical hair restoration call Kalos. Hair loss won’t stop without treatment. You can set up a consultation with Dr. Ben Stong and find out what the best plan is for you!
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Atlanta, GA 30342