Hair loss may be easier to hide for some but not so for others. Anyway, why should you have to hide your condition? Yes, it is embarrassing and affects your social life and confidence but now there is something you can do about it. It’s time to ditch the wigs, hair pieces and hats for every season. This quick article discusses some of the treatments for frontal hair loss.

So, what can you do about it? Well, as a start, let’s list a few common causes of hair loss that affects the hairline area.

  • Traction alopecia: This is very common in women, especially of African-American heritage and causes hair loss to progress from the front to the back.
  • Male pattern baldness: This makes this list because it affects men and causes hair loss to occur mainly around the crown but around the hairline, too.

Now, when it comes to women and hairstyles, hairstyles such as tight braids, cornrows and other hairstyles which pull at the scalp will cause forehead hair loss.

Types of treatments available

You will be glad to know that medical and surgical treatments can help. The mechanism behind hair loss is a heavily studied area with researchers trying to find out exactly what causes hair to fall out. Their discoveries drive the development for medical treatments and only a handful are approved by the Food and Drug Administration of America. These include the following:

  • Rogaine
  • Minoxidil

Surgical treatments continue to improve the outcomes for patients every year. The options available will suit different preferences. Each treatment is not suitable for every type of hair loss so the doctors will assess your condition and recommend the best possible procedure for your unique situation. The following are examples of treatments:

  • Hair transplants (FUE and FTU)

  • Scalp micropigmentation

  • Laser cap treatment
  • Mesotherapy treatment

Find out more about the treatments and the success stories of the former patients of Vinci Hair Clinic by visiting the relevant website pages today.

 

 

Frontal hair loss treatments