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  • Am I losing more hair than I should be?
    It's normal to shed between 50 to 100 hairs per day. If you experience shedding beyond this or start noticing gradual thinning or the appearance of patchy or bald spots, seek help.
  • Is hair loss hereditary?
    Yes, hair loss can be hereditary. Both men and women can experience this and it is known as male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness or Androgenetic Alopecia.
  • Is it permanent?
    In many cases hair loss is temporary if you get immediate help. Some cases can be chronic and slowly progressive but a scope analysis will dictate if treatment is possible.
  • How does excessive washing, styling or coloring affect hair?
    Shampooing the hair keeps a clean and healthy scalp but choosing the correct shampoo and conditioner is important. Excessive styling such as applying high heat or pulling and regularly coloring hair can damage the hair.
  • Can diet changes affect hair health?
    Absolutely, a healthy diet is important for hair growth. Poor nutrition, such as the lack of protein, vitamins, biotin, water, etc. can cause you to loose hair.
  • Are you a doctor?
    I am a certified trichologist who focuses on the study of diseases or problems related to the hair and scalp. Trichologists examine the hair and scalp to diagnose and recommend treatment for your condition and its severity. I am not a physician, so I cannot prescribe drugs or perform medical or surgical procedures. I can analyze your blood work and provide treatments however, if treatments will not work you will be referred to a physician.
  • What are the best treatments?
    Treatment plans are given on an individual basis. We provide the best treatment options that will stimulate hair follicles and regrow hair.
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