The number and the diversity of the factors causing hair loss make diagnose and finding the proper treatment a challenge.
Hair loss has huge psychological effects, because its consequences focus on scalp hair, a point of reference for ourselves and for the modern aesthetic image in general.
During normal hair loss we daily lose hair due to natural regeneration, but in pathological hair loss we lose an increased number of hair which is never replaced. This way a thinning occurs that is called alopecia.
The number and the diversity of the factors causing hair loss make diagnose and finding the proper treatment a challenge, which without proper staging and monitoring cannot give correct and scientifically documented results.
It is always the first necessary step to dealing with hair loss.
The thinning procedure is so gradual that at first it is not even visible. Even the affected person doesn’t immediately notice it. Furthermore he cannot compare its development, stability or reversal.
Hair dermoscopy is the most reliable method for diagnosing scalp hair conditions. Dermoscopy takes place using either manual dermoscope or pollarised light videomicroscope.
Total recording of the condition of hair follicles regarding number, quality and thickness of hair every 3 to 8 months is an objective comparator of the effectiveness of the recommended treatment, since we have the possibility to record every sq.cm. of scalp hair before and after.