Micrograft Hair Restoration

Understanding Androgenetic Alopecia

Androgenetic alopecia is a genetically determined hair loss condition that sets in gradually. Hair exists in three forms: terminal, which is large and thick; indeterminate, which is thinner and shorter; and vellus, which is short, wispy and non-pigmented.  Androgenetic alopecia involves the gradual conversion of terminal hair to indeterminate hair and then to vellus hair. Ultimately, the area is denuded altogether.

Androgenetic alopecia affects both men and women, although the patterns may differ. It is a slow progression related to age, but can start at any time after puberty.  90% of men have symptoms of alopecia from the age of 21 and it becomes evident in half of the instances after 40. With women, there’s a 40% chance it may occur after menopause, although 15% may develop it before the age of 40.

Men experience a gradual recession of the frontal hairline early in the process. Hair grows thin at the temples, reshaping the hairline.

Women tend to lose hair diffusely over the crown which produces a gradual thinning of the hair all over, rather than an area of marked baldness. Although hairlines don’t normally recede as with men, the frontal area may thin, owing to miniaturisation of the hair – a slow but steady process where hair follicles shrink, producing weaker strands that cannot reach their maximum growth potential. The hair parting line keeps widening and the scalp turns more visible.

It is important to prevent the the hair miniaturisation process – and arrest it at the outset in order to prevent the advance of alopecia.

Micrograft Hair Restoration, powered by Regerna Activa is a new hair restoration procedure that is minimally invasive with no downtime. It is much simpler and superior to the plug procedures that have been used in the past—both in appearance and healing time. The emergence of Micrograft procedures has marked a turning point for dermatologists and surgeons, as well as millions of men and women, as the procedure can restore lost hair and provide a permanent, fuller, thicker head of hair with a natural-looking hairline.

This technique can be used for patients across age groups and gender. Kaya Micrograft treatment has documented results when used for Androgenic Alopecia for grades 1-3 in men and grade 1 in women.

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