What Types Of Hair Loss Do We Treat?
Whether you are experiencing a widening part, thinner pony tail, more visible scalp, excessive shedding, receding hair line, or patches of total loss, the expert medical staff at Medi Tresse will find a treatment for you.
Our Hair Loss Treatment Options
At Medi Tresse, our goal is to offer women with all types of hair loss the chance to regain fuller and more luxurious hair. We understand how emotionally devastating thinning hair of any kind can be and we offer the most innovative non-surgical hair regrowth treatments available. We make sure to work with each patient individually to determine the cause of their hair loss, the patient’s ultimate goals of treatment, as well as her level of comfort with specific recommended hair regrowth treatments. Once we have answered those questions we work with the patient to develop a unique treatment plan that is tailored to meet the needs of the patient.
“It is important to determine the underlying causes of the patient’s hair loss so that we can create a treatment plan that will meet the unique needs of each of our patients.”
Mary Wendel, M.D., National Medical Director Medi Tresse
At Medi Tresse we offer the most innovative non-surgical treatments including our exclusive Optimal Platelet Concentration™ Therapy, the newest treatment for female hair loss. We also specialize in Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), Supplements & Vitamins, and Topical Products. Each of these treatments have been proven to be effective for various causes of hair loss in women. The following chart outlines the causes and effective treatments for women’s hair loss. Regardless of what is causing your hair to thin, we at Medi Tresse can help find the right hair loss treatment for you.
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Coin shaped lesion
Discrete patches of hair loss with sharp borders
Less commonly it can be more diffuse
Female Pattern Hair Loss – Genetic Hair Loss
Typically more pronounced in the frontal areas of the scalp
More visible scalp
Areas with white scales surrounding an area of inflammation
Receding hair line
Patches of total loss
Increased shedding of hair
Commonly occurs with use of cornrows, dread locks, or tight ponytails
Loss more common at front of scalp or temples
*Limited studies performed for these treatments with this diagnosis
The content contained herein is for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Medical advice may only be given through a one-on-one, private consultation with an appropriate licensed medical provider.