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Hair Restoration

Hair Restoration Specialist in Northridge, CA

At Total Health Elevated, we offer hair restoration procedures. Our professionals are experienced in hair restoration and will give you a more confident and younger look. We are conveniently located at 17022 Devonshire St. Northridge CA 91325. For more information, please call us or request an appointment online.

Hair Restoration Specialist Near Me in Northridge, CA
Hair Restoration Specialist Near Me in Northridge, CA

Table of Contents:

What is hair restoration and what does it do to hair?
What is the difference between hair restoration and hair transplant?
Who is a good candidate for hair restoration?
What are the benefits of hair restoration?

Hair loss is one of the most frustrating experiences a person can go through; it not only affects their appearance but also their confidence and self-esteem. Hair loss can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender, although it is more common in adult males. The causes of hair loss can range from genetics, medical conditions, and even lifestyle, and can be hard, or even impossible to reverse without clinical therapies.

What is hair restoration and what does it do to hair?


Hair restoration is a process by which lost or damaged hair is replaced with healthy new hair. The process can be used to address a variety of causes of hair loss, including male pattern baldness, female pattern baldness, androgenic alopecia, and alopecia areata. Hair can also be restored to a region where it has been lost, such as in cases of scalp wounds or infections, or to fill in bald spots in a pattern baldness condition, such as in cases of female pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia. The procedure is designed to help those who have lost hair due to genetics, age, or other factors. It can also slow down the progression of hair loss and maintain the current state of a person’s hair.
There are several different kinds of hair restoration procedures; the way that hair is restored varies depending on the method used and the needs of the patient. Some therapies, such as PRP therapy, restore hair by stimulating the follicles, which promotes new hair growth for a fuller, thicker head of hair.

What is the difference between hair restoration and hair transplant?


Hair restoration is a generalized term that refers to all treatments, therapies, and techniques used to restore hair or enhance its appearance of density. This includes nonsurgical hair restoration, scalp micropigmentation, oral and topical medications, as well as hair transplants. A hair transplant is a specific type of hair restoration procedure that involves replacing a person’s hair using surgery. This type of procedure is invasive and therefore comes with greater risks than noninvasive hair restoration techniques.

Who is a good candidate for hair restoration?


Hair restoration is suitable for any individual experiencing hair thinning or hair loss and is seeking to manage this problem and restore their hair. Treatments for hair loss or the prevention and delay of additional hair loss are appropriate for both men and women who are suffering from various health concerns in relation to hair loss, including:

•  Hypotrichosis — A genetic condition leading to abnormal hair patterns and/or no hair growth, hypotrichosis is characterized by head hair that is patchy, sparse or absent since birth.

•  Male Pattern Hair Loss — Some hair restoration procedures, such as PRP, have proven to be particularly effective when the patient has a large amount of miniaturized hair, in the initial stages of balding.

•  Female Pattern Hair Loss — Hair restoration can be quite effective in controlling female pattern hair loss in the advanced as well as the initial stages.

•  Alopecia Areata — Alopecia areata is characterized by hair loss in round patches, often the size of a quarter.

•  Alopecia Totalis — Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss; there are two main types and they can be easily understood when looking at the second defining term. Areata, which is partial hair loss, can be understood once we look at the root of the word “areata,” which is “area.” In the more complex version, alopecia totalis, the root word for “totalis” is “total,” which refers to the complete loss of all hair on the scalp and face.

Ideal candidates for hair restoration also have:

•  Overall weak follicles
•  Small areas of alopecia areata
•  Reasonable expectations for overall outcomes and experience

What are the benefits of hair restoration?


The benefits of hair restoration include:

•  Non-invasive procedure
•  Minimal side effects and recovery period
•  Produces natural-looking results
•  Treats hair loss from the inside out
•  Individualized treatments
•  Convenient
 
Come to Total Health Elevated to restore your hair to its former glory. Call us today or book an appointment with our hair restoration specialist, or visit our clinic conveniently located at 17022 Devonshire Street, Northridge, CA 91325. We serve patients from Northridge CA, Grenada Hills CA, Mission ills CA, Chatsworth CA, Santa Clarita CA, San Fernando CA, Burbank CA, and Porter Ranch CA. We look forward to serving you!