Is 3000 grafts a lot?
How much does 3000 hair grafts cover?
|Norwood Scale||Number of Grafts||Area|
|3 vertex||1800-2600||Front and crown|
|3a||2000-3000||Front and crown|
|4||2200-3400||Front and crown|
Embracing Hair Loss, Woman Learns Wig Care
Embracing Hair Loss, Woman Learns Wig Care …
At least this is the kind of headline that would be wonderful to read once in a while. Embracing hair loss, woman or man, is the kind of activity that would save countless
thousands a lot of aggravation and money year after year, and truth be told it would also go a long ways to prevent many of the health hazards that are currently being risked and even
experienced by those throwing caution to the wind and using harsh chemicals, off label medications, dangerous drugs which are known to cause birth defects, and even herbal concoctions which have little if any real effect on the growth of hair.
Some try herbal hair loss treatments, but most choose to embrace their condition.
When it comes to embracing hair loss, womankind has the advantage – to be perfectly honest – since wigs are an acceptable head covering and now so well designed that it is virtually impossible to discern them from the real thing.
Assuming you have chosen to accept your hair loss, woman or man still needs to pay attention not only to the proper methodology of choosing a wig or toupee that suits, but also learn how to take care of it.
There is a lot more to the practice of proper wig care than meets the eye.
1.First and foremost, learn to properly clean your wig. You may be surprised that hair loss is not the end of your shampoo buying days! Yet wigs require specially formulated shampoos and also conditioners. Do not simply buy the cheap items off the shelf which are made for everyday hair washing – they will damage the hair of the wig in the long run.
2.Synthetic wigs in particular should be washed after the tenth wear. If you wear the head covering for prolonged periods of time, you may wish to wash it after each fifth wear.
3.Carefully detangle your wig prior to washing. A specially made comb is useful. Patience is of the essence, since harsh or rushed treatment will result in ripped out threads.
4.After gently washing and rinsing the wig, carefully blot it dry. Add leave-in wig conditioner which will make sure the individual strands remain soft and pliable. After it has completely dried out, you may proceed to style it as you see fit.
After the wig is cleansed properly and has dried completely, the time for styling has come. Do not give in to the temptation of creating elaborate hairdos which may tangle the individual strands or rip the strands from their backing! Using your fingers to style it or a wide toothed comb should do the trick.
Hair loss – woman and mankind in general will agree – is not a laughing matter. Even as it is easy to suggest that one embrace the hair loss and make the most of it, the fact that
wearing a wig is a reminder that one’s hair is truly never one’s own sometimes serve to discourage wig wearers. Interestingly, many have reported that the intricacies of wig care actually help them to feel better about themselves and their hair loss!
Engage In Treatment, Hair Loss May Be The Unwanted Result
Engage In Treatment, Hair Loss May Be The Unwanted Result!
As soon as the first hairs are making their appearance on the comb or brush, the odds are good that you are worried. If you suddenly find appreciable numbers of your tresses in the sink or shower drain, you might begin to seriously consider speaking to your doctor about your worries.
Yet when you shake your mane or glance at your shirt and find several hairs that must have just fallen, the odds are good that you are now in worrisome overload and might actually make a stop at the local store for some Rogaine!
Yet before you begin rubbing, shampooing, conditioning and otherwise engage in treatment, hair loss may be the unwanted result researchers claim!
Consider the fact that even though you may currently be experiencing some hair loss, there is the chance that instead of losing the hair because your follicles are going dormant, you are losing it because they have revitalized after dormancy, and the newly growing hair is actually forcing the old hair to fall out!
For this reason it is advisable before engaging in the search and application of a hair system to fight the ravages of male pattern baldness or female hair loss,
you might want to consult your physician and ask about a condition known as Telogen Effluvium. Very rarely heard these days – there is no money to be made from this condition – it denotes the very act of previously dormant hair follicles once again stepping up and producing.
Yet because this is a little known condition, hair loss sufferers will engage in far ranging searches on the Internet that might begin with the tried and true minoxidil, but eventually branch out to
include herbal concoction, and even cause one to at least temporarily consider the efficiency of hair transplantation. Many will spend their hard earned money on unneeded yet highly expensive commercial hair treatments available from a number of affiliate marketing websites, and even the purchase of shampoos and conditioners that are promising faster hair growth is noted.
Unfortunately, this unwarranted attention may have adverse effects on your scalp and thus your newly awakened follicles and growing hair. In some cases the treatments are so harsh that they will damage the new hair and cause breakage which may mimic further baldness.
This of course will inspire the hair loss sufferer to embrace the treatment with even more rigor, creating its own vicious circle. In other cases the treatments are unhealthy for the scalp and will actually clog the follicles and thus hamper their productivity.
Most commonly this is the case with the almost ubiquitous seaweed wraps and other concoctions that are supposed to stimulate blood flow to the scalp but that will do more harm than good.
Telogen Effluvium is an easy to diagnose condition that requires only a visit to your primary care physician. She or he will set your mind at ease and prevent you from doing damage to your skull with unneeded treatments! As always, when it comes to treatment, hair loss sufferers will do well to visit their doctor first.