You might hear that hair cloning is generating many hair follicles from one hair follicle. Actually, this is a wrong definition. Cloning term actually means something else: Cloning is placing genes in a cell and gathering identical genes in next generation. Read More
Does hair loss genetically transfer from mother to child?
There is wrong knowledge about possible causes of hair loss. Mostly, this wrong information created by education level, ethnicity and social status; and it became more and more common, and even it sometimes is true mostly it is apart form facts. Read More
Surely, PRP treatment is one of the most advised treatments for hair transplantation due to its benefits on healings and hair growth after hair transplant. Patients, who were applied PRP treatment for hair loss, have reduced hair loss and increased hair thickness in applied areas. Read More
What is Physiologic Alopecia?
Physiologic Alopecia is a medical term used for sudden hair loss. This type of hair loss is seen on babies after birth. Newborns usually have dark hair, and it is lost a few weeks after birth. Physiologic Alopecia is non-disorder normal hair loss. It can be seen on mothers to be and children prior to puberty. Hair transplant should be the very last choice on these cases. Read More