In the first case of hair loss, your doctor will ask you some questions and exchange ideas about how hair loss begins. They start asking questions like whether hair loss suddenly started, whether there is hair loss in your family at an early age or if you have a chronic condition. Your scalp and hair follicles are then examined. We take 60 hair strands we call tensile tests and pull them from your hair at a normal level, and you can see how many strands are left. If 6 or more wires remain, treatment is started. The blood test is also applied to people who come with hair loss complaints. If there is anemia and this is affecting your hair, a number of vitamins and minerals are recommended. Hair-strengthening sprays are provided to protect your hair from dye and chemical applications. We should often stay away from coloring our hair and lightening our hair.
The hair analysis aims to see how much hair is needed in the area where the hair will be transplanted. The quality of the hair to be transplanted is examined during the hair analysis. It is determined how long the person has had hair problems. The aim of the hair analysis is to determine whether the hair is shed suddenly or if it begins to shed over time. Microscopic instruments examine the scalp. Loss of hair in areas with hair problems is detected. If hair loss occurs due to a health problem, the person is asked to do a health test. These tests make it possible to understand the reason for hair loss.
Checking the scalp
The problem with the scalp is the loss of the scalp. The more durable and good your scalp, the less hair loss you will have. The general problem in our skin is scalp fungus. This is a type of fungal infection. If left untreated, the skin will become extremely inflamed, and more hair loss will be seen.