Mature men who suffer hair loss typically do so in response to age-related conditions such as (but not limited to) inflammation, immune deficiencies, and decreased circulation to the hair follicles known as micro-capillary perfusion. In the majority of these cases, the number one secret to retaining a healthy head of hair is to take corrective action as soon as possible.
The DHT Affair
Of course, men of any age who are worried about losing their hair are likely familiar with the link between dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and hair loss. However, because DHT has been painted as the chief culprit for age-related hair loss, other more closely related problems are often ignored. At Versacchi, we provide you with safe, practical, and effective hair loss solutions focused on your individual circumstances. We address your hair loss concerns directly, then work to fulfill your individual needs and expectations.
The Norwood Scale
See where your hairline is heading.
No matter your age, it’s reasonable to be concerned with how your hair may progress in the future. Allow us to introduce you to the Norwood Scale, the most widely-used method of identifying specific hair loss patterns. This scale can help you determine which class of hair loss applies to you, and to what extent your hair loss might progress if left untreated.
Male Hormones and Their Effect on Baldness & Hair Loss.
Too young to be losing your hair?
Too much androgen testosterone can lead to early hair loss, especially in younger men. Because of this, conventional hair loss treatments typically consist of hormone inhibiting topical lotions and internal medications which specifically target DHT throughout the entire body. The problem is that manipulating and inhibiting natural hormone production and function can result in serious adverse effects, as well as potentially long-term health problems further down the line.
There are other treatment methods which are designed to only inhibit hormones in the hair follicles themselves. But who knows if these claims can be trusted. However, many men do respond reasonably well to non-invasive, alternative treatments – particularly laser phototherapy (infra-red). This is the same therapy found in HairBeam based hair loss solutions.
It’s best to keep in mind that the number one way to retain a healthy head of hair as long as possible is to take corrective action before it’s too late.