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Baldness

Alopecia refers to a condition where a person suffers from hair loss from any part of the body for any reason. There are several types of Alopecia, ranging from thinning hair to complete baldness.

Baldness implies no hair on the head. In humans, generally Baldness means Androgenic Alopecia or "male pattern baldness" or its variant "female pattern baldness". This syndrome occurs in adult male and some female humans and other species. The degree and pattern of baldness can vary from person to person.

Causes of Baldness

Mainly the cases of hair loss are due to Androgenic Alopecia. Approximately 50% of men by the age of 50 suffer from Baldness. The reason can vary from genetic factors to excess of male hormones (androgens) around the hair follicles, which eventually block growth. In women, Androgenic Alopecia generally develops after menopause, when they have fewer female hormones.

Types of Baldness

  • Male pattern Baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
  • Female-pattern Baldness
  • Alopecia areata
  • Scarring alopecia
  • Telogen effluvium
  • Hair shaft defect
  • Trichotillomania

Types of treatment for Baldness

Hair Transplant
Surgery to treat Baldness is known as Hair transplant. Here, small plugs of scalp, each with two to or three hair attached are taken from areas of thick hair, and planted in the affected part of the scalp.

Hair Weaving

Artificial or human hair, used to alter one’s natural hair appearance, by adding additional hair to one’s natural hair or by covering the natural hair altogether with human or synthetic hair pieces, is generally known as Hair Weaving.

A hair weave is a very generic term and in Hair Weaving process and is made up of human hair or synthetic hair which is donated or sold by the women primarily from Asia or India. Whereas, Hair weaves from synthetic source is made up of plastic.

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