At our core, we strive to address hair loss with a straightforward mission: restoring your confidence and reassuring you that there is a viable solution. Our experienced team of providers has a proven track record of successfully treating numerous clients over the years. Our primary objective is to establish a personalized connection, working with you individually to identify the root cause of your hair loss. Embracing a scientific methodology, we are dedicated to assisting our clients with the best possible solutions. Our pride lies in empowering you with a deep understanding of how to reverse the situation effectively.
To embark in the journey toward addressing your hair loss, we begin with a complimentary consultation conducted by our highly trained professionals. Remember, early intervention is crucial, so the soon you meet with the providers, the greater the chance of halting hair loss effectively.
During your consultation, you’ll discover that hair loss typically follows certain patterns. Our skilled professionals employ advanced microscopic devices to capture detailed scalp photos, enabling us to meticulously examine and explore any underlying reasons for the hair loss you may be experiencing.
What Solutions Do We Offer?
Our primary objective is to address hair loss by providing solutions that stabilize the condition, strengthen existing hair follicles, and promote new hair growth. Most importantly, we aim to educate you about your hair, empowering you with the knowledge to take control of the situation.
During the transition between Spring and Winter, fluctuations in temperatures can trigger a shedding phase in our hair.
Tips to safeguard your hair:
- If you’re experiencing increased hair loss, consider washing your hair daily.
- Opt for easy and less damaging hairstyles.
- Avoid the use of harsh chemicals on your hair.
- Maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.
- Feel free to consult with our professionals regarding suitable hair care products, supplements and recommendations.
Female Hair Loss
At AMARA, we see that women often become aware of hair loss when they notice their part-line widening or their ponytail becoming less voluminous. Our team of providers and plastic surgeons in Bellevue, WA includes female providers who possess a deep understanding of hair loss treatment tailored specifically for women.
For women with a genetic predisposition to hair loss, the hair cycles may produce thinner and weaker strands. The good news is that this condition can be addressed. During your consultation, our providers will review booster treatments carefully designed to stimulate growth and strengthen your hair, aiming to restore its fullness and vitality.
Hair Extensions & Hair Loss
Discover how AMARA can help prevent damage, breakage, and hair loss while enjoying the popularity of hair extensions – a question we frequently encounter.
Our professionals offer scalp strengthening treatments and boosters that nourish and fortify your hair follicles, ensuring your natural hair remains healthy and vibrant.
Male Hair Loss
We have observed a concerning trend of men experiencing hair loss at a younger age. For those with genetic hair thinning, the majority of hair loss occurs between 18 and 29 years of age. Many clients seek our assistance upon noticing the initial signs of hair loss, but it’s important to bear in mind that by the time they visit us, they may have already lost up to 50% of their hair.
The hormone DHT, which is derived from testosterone and estrogen in the body, plays a significant role in this process. When individuals are sensitive to SHT, they may experience both hair loss and acne. Male individuals ages 20-25, at the peak of their testosterone levels, might encounter accelerated hair loss during this phase.
To combat hair loss, we specialize in revitalizing hair follicles with growth inducing boosters, offering a comprehensive and personalized therapy program designed exclusively for you. Remember, the key to addressing hair loss effectively is early intervention, so don’t hesitate to schedule your initial consultation with our professionals.
What Are the Most Common Causes of Hair Loss?
Both men and women lose their hair for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons for hair loss include:
- Androgenic Alopecia: This type of hair loss can be genetic, or it can happen in people without a familial history of hair loss. Hair loss happens when the hair follicles stop growing as they should, and the hair that does grow back becomes thinner over time. In some cases, hair growth may cease altogether.
- Hormonal Changes: Women who are perimenopausal, postmenopausal, postpartum, or have certain medical conditions may experience hormonal hair loss. In some cases, the hair does grow back once the hormonal imbalance is corrected.
Is Hair Loss Different in Men and Women?
While some types of hair loss can occur in both men and women, other types are specific to gender. For example, hair loss due to postpartum or menopause is specific to women. Hair loss in men who have a first-degree relative with hair loss may be specific to males. Male pattern baldness is also different from female pattern baldness. In men, hair loss may start in the front or at the top and spread across the head. In women, hair loss usually begins at the crown and at the top of the head. Usually, the frontal hairline is spared in female pattern baldness. Women may also experience all-over thinning, which is not noticeable until 50 percent of their hair is lost. Their ponytails may seem less full, or their hair may seem too flat on top.
Can Hair Loss Be Prevented?
Hair loss can be prevented in some situations. If hair loss is a direct result of a hormonal imbalance or poor diet, resolving the issue can correct the hair loss. Genetic hair loss cannot be prevented, however, there are things that can be done to slow or even stop hair loss. Certain boosting treatments, medications, and therapies may help stop the shedding and possibly regrow some of the hair that was lost. If hair loss is due to styling techniques, such as tight braiding, discontinuation may also prevent additional hair loss.