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Monoxidil, A Drug To Stop Hair Loss

Monoxidil, A Drug To Stop Hair Loss

Minoxidil is a drug intended for the stimulation of hair growth and the slowing of the process of alopecia. It is a fairly common regenerative therapy, equally effective in both men and women.

Pharmacological Treatments To Prevent Alopecia

Pharmacological Treatments To Prevent Alopecia

One of the basic aspects to keep in mind when talking about baldness is to consider how to prevent it. From Hair Transplant Clinic Dr. Panno we recommend not to wait until the hair begins to weaken and to fall.

What To Do After A Hair Transplant?

What To Do After A Hair Transplant?

Dr. Panno, a specialist surgeon in hair transplant, says that the medical care after a hair transplant is just as important as the surgery itself. First, this is a treatment of a medical nature. During the hair surgery, the donor area of the head and also recipient part on which the extraction of hair follicles is performed is subjected to mild stress.

What Is Androgenetic Alopecia?

What Is Androgenetic Alopecia?

It is premature hair loss or absence from one or more parts of the body that would normally be covered with hair. Check more in our blog!

What Is Male Pattern Baldness?

What Is Male Pattern Baldness?

The most common type of hair loss in men is ‘androgenetic alopecia' or ‘male pattern baldness' and it affects around fifty per cent of males at some time in their life, usually after they reach the big 5-0. Nearly all men are affected to some degree by the time they reach their 60s.

Typically hair starts to recede…

Why Do Women Lose Their Hair?

Why Do Women Lose Their Hair?

If you consider thinning hair to be a male problem you couldn't be further from the truth, in fact almost forty per cent of people who experience hair loss thinning are women. Rather than a receding hairline, it is more common for woman's parting to gradually become wider or to lose hair on the crown.

Regardless of your sex, hair loss or alopecia to give it its proper name…