Therapy for Hair Restoration

For many, losing your hair is one of the more unfortunate side effects of growing older. Aside from the insecurities brought about by the thinning or loss of hair, for some, the process itself is a very clear indication that we are losing the youthful appearance that was once being a part of what made us beautiful. For decades, professionals in the medical community have done extensive research to uncover what causes the loss and thinning of hair and what can be done to combat it. Androgenetic hair loss is something that affects both men and women alike but is typically seen to be more common with men. Hair loss can also be caused by such things as Thyroid disease, anemia, protein deficiency, chemotherapy, and low vitamin levels. Alopecia areata is another form of hair loss and results in the autoimmune destruction of hair follicles in localized areas of skin. The fact remains that this has been an ongoing concern for people of all walks, ages, and gender throughout the years.

Modern technology has come a long way and there are a variety of treatments which are now available that have been shown to be effective in slowing down the process of hair loss and even help to restore a person’s hair.  Our therapy is a simple non-surgical procedure, so it puts most people at ease a bit more than some of the more invasive alternatives. It’s safe and has a very quick recovery time and produces very natural and natural looking results. The therapy with Microneedling is used in combination with one another to treat the affected area of the scalp and increase hair growth by making tiny microscopic scratches in the scalp that repair naturally.

These therapies are among some of the most effective and tend to be deemed the safest and most preferred for most when it comes to combating this enemy of our youth. As long as there’s, still is no fountain of youth that we can sip from to return us to the days of our youth, it’s nice to know that we can depend on science, technology, and medical competence to stave off the inevitable, at least for a little bit longer.