BALDING Australians endanger their lives and their future hair by flying to Turkey for cheap hair transplants, according to medical experts.
No one enjoys suffering from hair loss. Dr Russell Knudsen, Australian hair transplant surgeon and founder of The Knudsen Clinic thought it was time to debunk some of the myths about hair loss.
Leading experts in the field of hair loss treatments are actively warning patients and all Australians not to go to Turkey.
If you've noticed your hair thinning on your upper scalp, the most likely cause is male pattern baldness (MPB) which is an inherited condition. It starts sometime after puberty because of the involvement of the male sex hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
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Busting the myths about Hair Loss, featuring Dr Russell Knudsen.
Millennial men are losing their hair sooner than ever before. Typically, hair loss and balding are associated with aging, but young people are experiencing an increasing amount of hair loss.
Depending on the length of your genetically determined growth phase, you shed 50-100 hairs a day. The cycle starts again, with healthy hair replaced by healthy hair.
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The modern approach to treating female hair loss involves both medical and surgical management techniques.
Hair transplant surgery restores healthy hair to the upper scalp, says hair loss specialist Dr Russell Knudsen.
Male pattern hair loss (balding) is a genetic condition, inherited from either side of the family (or both sides) that begins to be observed after puberty.
Baldness is a gripe usually reserved exclusively for men. But they’re not alone … More women are also faced with the process of thinning hair.
Loosing your hair? Consult Dr. Russell Knudsen, a leading full time specialist in the management of hair loss.
Dr Russell Knudsen has developed "follicular unit transplantation" for hair loss using micro grafts.
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