The first step to providing proper treatment of hair loss is in understanding some of the common reasons why hair loss occurs or why a healthy hair replacement is limited. Stress, medications and genetics can contribute to hair loss or thinning hair in both sexes. View More
At Antech Hair & Skin Clinics we are conscious that eliminating unwanted facial hair and body hair has been a preoccupation for centuries. Ancient Egyptians developed a sugaring paste approximately 300 years ago. Through the years we progressed to waxing that often left unsightly In-grown hair in the place of facial hair or shaving and plucking that required considerable time each day.
Electrolysis was developed in 1875 and provided some sense of long term results but with scabbing, itching and dry skin as the trade-off. View More
If you are a woman whose hair is suddenly or progressively thinning you’re not alone, thirty percent of women unfortunately suffer from hair loss or thinning of hair. This percentage has been growing over the last decade and most women will notice the partition in their hair is getting increasingly wider. This is a good time to come in for a free evaluation analysis to start treatment. The earlier you start the better the chances in controlling further complication and progressive hair loss. Topical thinning or hair loss in women could be caused due to many factors such as stress, mood disorders, weight loss, slimming, thyroid conditions, birth control, product abuse, nutrition, poor diet, hormonal imbalances and genetics. Hair loss often has a greater impact on women than on men, because it’s less socially acceptable for them and can severely affect a woman’s emotional well-being and quality of life.
Traction Hair Loss is primarily caused by a pulling force applied to hair. Hair loss can occur in those sections of the scalp. Ponytails, pigtails, braids, tight hair extensions, hairpieces, weaves and helmets are all contributors towards traction hair loss. Several hair loss treatments have been proven effective in treating this kind of hair loss. Low level laser hair therapy (LLLT) has been used as treatment therapy
The Ludwig Classification to describe female pattern hair loss. Type I is minimal thinning that can be camouflaged with hair styling techniques. Type II is characterized by decreased volume and noticeable widening of the mid-line part. Type III describes diffuse thinning, with a see-through appearance on the top of the scalp.
At Antech Hair & Skin Clinics, removing coffee, red wine, even tobacco stains is possible with our Antech Instant Teeth Whitening treatment. Our in-office teeth bleaching treatments are quick and easy. View More