What is Hair Loss?
( Hair Transplant )Hair loss is defined as more or rapid shedding of hair than normal. Hair loss can be seen in men and women of all ages and can have many different causes.
Hair loss begins with further shedding of hair in the telogen phase, which is one of the three stages involved in the natural hair growth cycle. Normally, hair goes through growth (anagen), transition (catagen) and shedding (telogen) phases. When the hair enters the telogen phase, the hair follicles weaken and the hair begins to fall out.
There are different types of hair loss and the most common ones are known as androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss) and telogen effluvium (temporary hair loss). Although androgenetic alopecia is more common in men, it can also occur in women and is usually based on an inherited factor. Telogen effluvium, on the other hand, can cause temporary hair loss due to factors such as intense stress, hormonal changes, nutritional deficiencies or the postpartum period.
Hair loss can affect a person’s self-confidence, self-esteem and psychological health. Treatment options may vary depending on the cause and severity of hair loss.
Why Do People Prefer Hair Transplant?
There may be various reasons why people prefer hair transplantation. Some of these are:
Stopping hair loss: Hair loss is a worrying situation for both men and women. Hair transplantation can be an effective solution to stop hair loss and help new hair grow.
A better appearance: Hair Transplant is an ideal solution for people who want to have fuller and thicker hair. This can help people feel more confident and younger.
Long-term results: Hair transplantation is a solution that provides long-term results. Once the process is complete, new hair will naturally grow, resulting in a result that will last for years.
A less invasive option: Other hair restoration techniques, especially hair replacements and wigs, can be invasive and uncomfortable. Hair transplantation is a less invasive option and provides a more natural result.
It can be applied at any age: Hair transplantation is a procedure that can be applied at any age. Therefore, it can be an option for everyone, from the young to the old.
What are the Causes of Hair Loss?
Hair loss can occur due to many different reasons. These may include genetic factors, hormonal changes, aging, stress, nutritional disorders, drug use, environmental factors and some health problems.
Genetic factors: Individuals with a family history of hair loss are more likely to have this condition. Genetic factors are effective in two different types of hair loss called male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness.
Hormonal changes: Hormonal changes can also cause hair loss. For example, hormonal changes such as pregnancy, birth control pills, over- or under-functioning of the thyroid gland can cause hair loss.
Aging: As the age progresses, the growth rate of hair follicles slows down and the hair becomes thinner. This can cause hair loss.
Stress: Being under intense stress can cause hair loss. It is normal for hair to shed more, especially when going through a stressful period.
Nutritional disorders: People who do not take enough nutrients for healthy hair may experience hair loss. Especially lack of protein, iron, zinc and B vitamins can cause hair loss.
Medication use: Some medications can cause hair loss. Some drugs such as chemotherapy drugs, antidepressants, blood thinners can increase the risk of hair loss.
Environmental factors: Gathering hair tightly, making tight braids, using tight hairpins, using tight headbands can cause damage to hair follicles and hair loss. In addition, environmental factors such as excessive sunlight, chlorinated water, and air pollution can also cause hair loss.
Health problems: Some health problems can also cause hair loss. For example, fungal infections, scalp diseases, thyroid diseases, autoimmune diseases such as lupus, anemia may cause hair loss.
When is the Best Time for Hair Transplantation by Age?
The most suitable age range for hair transplantation is between 25-65. Hair loss of people in this age range has been fully determined and stabilized. In hair transplants performed before the age of 25, the results may be different than expected because the hair loss process has not been completed yet. After the age of 65, the success of hair transplantation may decrease and there may not be enough hair follicles. However, these age ranges are not an absolute rule, since each individual’s hair loss process is different, individual evaluation is required.
Why can’t I Have a Hair Transplant at The Age Of 21?
The reason why a 21-year-old person does not have a hair transplant is that the hair loss has not stabilized yet. In this age range, the hair loss process may continue and may not be fully determined. Therefore, even if hair transplantation is performed, as a result of hair loss that will continue later, the transplanted hair may lose its natural appearance or there may be gaps between the transplanted hair.
Also, hair loss in a 21-year-old is usually caused by genetic factors or hormones, and hair loss caused by these factors can be managed or stopped with medication or other treatments. Therefore, instead of a more invasive procedure such as hair transplantation, these alternative treatment methods can be tried first.
As a result, instead of having a hair transplant at the age of 21, it would be more appropriate to make a more detailed assessment of the cause and process of hair loss and to review the treatment options.
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