FAQs

The answer is not simple. Some guidelines can be set, but a thorough analysis of your scalp, hormonal changes, medications, diet, and genetics can yield some answers and possible solutions.

Most people have that many or more hairs shedding during the normal hair cycle. During the spring and fall seasons, the number may increase and this is called Seasonal Shedding. Working with a professional may help you control any unusual hair shedding before it becomes hair loss.

Fortunately, there are more options now than a few years ago. They range from preventive to remedies. What will work for you depends on many factors, and it is helpful to work with a trichologist specialist to find what will work best for you.

The earliest we start treating a problem scalp that may be causing hair loss, the best our success rate will be.

A normal oily scalp or occasional itching are not necessarily linked to hair loss. Yet, these can be signs that the scalp needs help before hair loss starts. The best way to determine if you have scalp issues that may lead to hair loss is to work with a specialist or a trichologist.

The information available on the internet is general and difficult to apply to each individual case. We find people who come to us feel better working with a professional to guide them through the best solution for each individual.

This is a common misconception. Hair loss does not stop when some remedies are applied. It is best to discuss these issues with a hair loss specialist to find the way to keep the hair you have.