5 Things to Know About Dermatologist Hair Loss
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
Losing your hair is a concern. However, who do you contact? A lot of people aren’t sure which type of doctor or specialist to call when they begin experiencing hair loss or thinning. Your barber may be able to confirm, “Yep, there’s less than last time!” but that can hardly be used as a diagnostic and definitely won’t assist you in finding a treatment for hair loss. The most qualified medical professional for this job is a dermatologist. It is easy to consider dermatologists as skin specialists and forget that your hair is closely connected to your skin. However, dermatologists can be just as ..read more
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What is Scalp Micropigmentation? Everything You Need to Know.
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
If you are dealing with hair loss, the treatment options can seem daunting. Many are invasive and can have unreliable results; hair transplants run the risk of looking unnatural and hair transplants can leave unwanted scars. Thankfully, there is another option that’s gaining popularity in the hair loss world. Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive solution to hair loss that’s a great option for men and women. The process is similar to a tattoo and gives extremely natural looking results. Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP for short, is both non-invasive and non-surgical with minimal healing ti ..read more
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Different Types of Hair Loss and Treatment via Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
Did you know there are many different types of hair loss that can be attributed to a number of causes? In fact, hair loss can affect any part of the body, although the scalp is the most prevalent site.  Alopecia, which is the medical term for hair loss, is a condition that occurs when the body’s cycle of hair creation is disrupted. There is an average of 100,000 hairs on the scalp that are always going through a life cycle of growth, rest, shedding, and regeneration.  There are three stages to the hair growth cycle: The anagen phase, when hair grows rapidly and energetically. This s ..read more
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How to Choose the Best Hair Loss Treatment Solution for You
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
The first signs of thinning or balding hair are sure to be noticed, but what can you do about it? It’s potentially damaging to your self-esteem, and the stress induced by hair loss can leave you figuratively (hopefully not literally) grasping at what few hairs are left. The good news is that there are many hair loss treatments available to Australians, far more than there were even a few short decades ago, with reliable results. However, the downside is that many hair loss treatment solutions are not completely guaranteed and the entire process can end up being costly, stressful, and time-cons ..read more
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Trichology vs Scalp Micropigmentation: What’s the Difference?
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
There are many treatments for hair loss, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Regaine (minoxidil), hair transplants, and wigs are fairly common methods of dealing with thinning or balding scalps. Less well-known (although rising in popularity) is scalp micropigmentation, often referred to as ‘hair tattoo’.  You may be wondering: what do these treatment solutions have in common, if anything? What’s the difference between trichology and scalp micropigmentation? What is Trichology? Trichology derives from the Ancient Greek thrix ‘hair’ and plainly means ‘the study of hair.’ More s ..read more
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Top 4 Benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
Hair loss is a condition that affects millions of people around the world. It can impact people emotionally and socially, as well as physically. Thankfully, Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a common method of treatment that is worth considering for your hair loss.  Scalp Micropigmentation uses miniscule, layered dots to create the look of hair on your scalp. This is called pointillism and it helps create authentic looking depth and definition. Here are four major benefits of choosing Scalp Micropigmentation as the solution to your hair loss. 1. Affordability When compared to other popular ..read more
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Scalp Micropigmentation vs. Hair Transplants: Which Is Better?
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
Hair loss and hair thinning are very common conditions that have many people considering viable long-term, cosmetic solutions that will restore their confidence. There are many different options for hair loss treatments, both surgical and non-surgical. Some enhance hair lines, others add thickness and fullness, and some simply create the illusion of it. Two common solutions are Scalp Micropigmentation and hair transplants. Keep reading to learn more about both and which might be better for you. Hair Transplants Hair transplant surgery can help correct a receding hairline and add volume to thin ..read more
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Scalp Micropigmentation: What Is Hair Tattooing?
MHRA Australia Blog
by MHRA
2y ago
Hair loss is a condition that can be caused by many factors. Sometimes medical, sometimes stress-induced, the effects are often the same. People can be left with a lack of confidence and it can make them feel self conscious and withdrawn, affecting all aspects of their lives. Due to this, people are often searching for permanent hair loss solutions, and Scalp Micropigmentation is one of them. So What Is SMP? Micropigmentation is actually a popular cosmetic procedure for men and women on various parts of the body. It is commonly undertaken on the eyebrow area, but can also help enhance the eyes ..read more
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5 reasons your hair is falling out
MHRA Australia Blog
by Damien Porter
2y ago
Whether it’s stress, diet or health, your hair will tell you if things have got to change… Realising your hair is falling out is pretty scary, especially if you have no idea why. The bad news is that there are a lot of causes to hair loss, but the good news is that most causes can be identified and easily treated yourself. Here are a few reasons your hair is packing up, abandoning your scalp and opting for a better life down the plug hole, in your hairbrush, or on just about every item of clothing you own. 1. Stress Whether it’s your job, your children, or financial struggle, we’ve all had mom ..read more
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Get the medical facts on hair loss treatments and solutions
MHRA Australia Blog
by Damien Porter
2y ago
Do you feel you are trying to navigate your way through a confusing maze of information about hair loss and available treatments and solutions? Before you do anything about your hair loss, be sure to obtain a copy of Hair Loss The Medical Facts. Compiled by renowned hair restoration specialist, Dr Jennifer Martinick. This concise document lists the plain medical facts about the causes of hair loss and the clinically proven treatments and solutions available to treat hair loss. Dr Martinick, who has campaigned to raise public awareness on hair loss issues, said the document was designed to clea ..read more
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