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There are many different reasons a person can experience hair loss, from increased cortisol levels caused by stress and trauma, hormonal changes in the body including thyroid imbalances. However the vast majority of hair loss is genetic.
Not necessarily but the more history of hair loss you have on both sides of the family the more chance you have of losing your hair.
A consultation is important so that the reason for your hair loss can be established, only then can a suitable treatment be recommended.
In clinical trials carried out in the US, the treatments we use are successful in stopping hair loss in 94% of patients that undergo treatment.
Yes, all treatments are FDA approved as having no side effects and are not painful.
Yes, the treatments are suitable for men and women of any age.
Hair is cyclical so it takes time to grow but depending on the treatment you have, results can be seen in as little as 12 weeks. For the hair to be at its thickest can take between 9-12 months.