Transitions Hair Solutions of South Florida was established as Dino’s Hair Replacement of Fort Lauderdale in 1975, and our family-owned and operated business has been serving customers throughout South Florida for over 4 decades. We offer the latest in hair replacement solutions for individuals experiencing any type of hair thinning and loss, including Alopecia, female pattern hair loss, male pattern baldness, chemotherapy-related hair loss, and more. We have helped countless men, women, and children regain their self-esteem and have the hair they never thought possible.
At Transitions Hair Replacement and Hair Loss Treatment centers, we know first hand how hair loss can affect not only your appearance but how it can affect your self-confidence and self-esteem in family, social and professional interactions. At Transitions hair replacement centers and clinics, we offer all proven hair replacement and hair restoration solutions.
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This is a great question. Approximately 35 million men and 21 million women suffer from hair loss? Beginning at age 35 with a 40% loss rate for men and growing to a 70% loss rate for men age 80, the majority of the world-wide population will lose more hair than they ever dreamed of and they will need professional services to help them restore their hair. By age 60, women hair loss sufferers will be in the 80% range.
In the United States alone 35 million men will experience some form of hair loss and 21 million women will also experience hair loss. The numbers jump dramatically with age. Worldwide, the number of both men and women who seek professional treatment for hair loss is approximately 811,363.
QWhat is the most common form and cause of hair loss?
Another great question...
The most common form of hair loss is called Androgenic Alopecia, also known as pattern hair loss. Usually, it is referred to as male or female pattern hair loss. This is usually caused by a hormone in your body called testosterone, which converts to dihydrotestosterone or DHT. This blocks the blood flow to the hair follicle, which then slowly miniaturizes, and if left untreated can cause the follicle to stop producing hair altogether. Another very common form of hair loss is medically induced hair loss. This can be from a hyper or hypothyroid condition or brought on by medical treatments such as radiation and or chemotherapy. The good news... All of these, if caught early enough is treatable.