TRICHOLOGY

Trichology is the science of the structure, function and diseases of the human hair.

Clinical trichology is the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the human hair and scalp.

Reasons To Consult A Trichologist

HAIR LOSS

Hair loss can cause great distress, and there are many misunderstandings about its causes and treatment.

Probably the most common type of hair loss is the so-called ‘male pattern baldness’, which, despite its name, can affect women as well as men, and for which, in men, there appears to be no specific, readily-available treatment. This is a problem that requires sympathetic handling, and a qualified trichologist has to understand the patient’s anxiety and help him come to terms with the loss of hair. Some women suffering from this condition can be helped with medical assistance and the use of hormonal treatment.

PROBLEMS OF THE SCALP

The management of hair and scalp that are excessively greasy is another area in which the advice of a qualified trichologist is often sought. Here, guidance on the right type of shampoo for any particular individual, and on its frequency of use, might be particularly relevant.

HAIR TEXTURE PROBLEMS

Problems with hair texture can be caused by over exposure to heat or strong chemicals, or by many of the other stresses and strains to which we subject our hair. Hair texture problems usually respond very well to appropriate advice and treatment, as the cause(s), once discovered, can often be reduced or eliminated altogether.

We have advanced surgical and non surgical treatments for hair fall/hair loss.Contact your nearest dermatologist/trichologist For queries and appointments call 9004839333.We have our clinics at Malad,Juhu and Bandra.

 

 

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