A person typically possesses 80,000 to 120,000 strands of hair on their scalp. Hair density depends on factors such as ethnicity and it tends to vary for every person. A person’s hair density is typically most at the area at the back of the head, also known as vertex or crown.
Contrary to popular belief, there is no such thing as an appropriate hair density that is neither too high nor too low. Although hair density is rarely indicative of overall physical health, people diagnosed with Male Pattern Baldness Treatment in Austin TX likely experience hair loss which decreases overall hair density.
How common is hair loss?
Every person loses hair every day at a rate of roughly 50 to 150 distinct hairs every single day. While in most people’s cases the hair grows back, this re-growth does not occur if the hair follicle thins away.
Every man undergoes uncertain degrees of eventual hair loss throughout their life because of the natural process of aging, resulting in changes in levels of the hormone androgen. Likewise, women may experience hair loss, leading to Treating Female Pattern Hair Loss in Austin TX.
What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation refers to the process of skillful deposition of tiny specific implants of pigment beneath the upper and lower dermis of the skin. The process of Scalp Micropigmentation in Austin TX involves tiny dot patterns being used to render a feigned natural appearance of actual hair follicles, to resemble a low shaved haircut or a freshly barbered appearance.
Does transplanted hair gradually fall out?
When hair is grafted from the sides and back of the scalp to the affected balding areas, the hair deposited or grown from Hair Loss Treatment in Austin TX continues to grow for the rest of the patient’s life.
Is male pattern or female pattern baldness (alopecia areata) caused by anything such as increased stress levels or the kind of shampoo used?
There has not been any proof established which could account for a male pattern or female pattern baldness, or the fact that they are related to mental stress, a brand of shampoo, constricted scalp muscles, washing frequency, or skin type. There are only a handful of medical conditions that can result in hair loss.