Balding and hair growth deficiency – understanding the both
People tend to find it little difficult to differentiate between hair growth deficiency and balding. Frankly they are only about thin liners between them both. In the context of treatments such as hair transplant, this differentiation hardly matters from the patient's perspective. Transplant treatments are derived from the concept of cloning and matured them further to create a new class of treatment protocols that have the potential to help rejuvenate the ability of dead cells or tissues. In fact the technicality lies in the details and it suggests that the cells and tissues that are considered to be defunct and non functional can be treated through grafting mechanisms by aligning them with functional tissues. In case of transplant of the head scalp, the surgeon identifies the cells from healthy regions of the scalps and extracts them to be grafted in the unproductive regions of the scalp.
This procedure is never restricted to the scalp and hair related treatments as the same logic is applied to treat several complex medical conditions. Therefore the validity of these treatments is unquestionable and the way some of these procedures are being searched for only indicate the fast growing popularity of these cosmetic solutions. But the value of these treatments is only recognized by those who understand the significance of long term solutions and sustained benefits. Before that knowing the causes or impending reasons behind the loss or fall of hair is very important to prepare well for the treatment procedures. The idea of growth deficiency is restricted to the inability of the scalp to produce hair in a consistent manner. Whereas balding or baldness is the condition that indicates hair fall and partial or complete loss of it over a period of time. Generally the process of balding takes for about five to ten years depending upon various factors. It can be delayed from the time its possibility is identified, it can also be treated with preventive measures till the time the fall is restricted. If the fall is not limiting to a limited period and balding seems to be inevitable, it is better to opt for hair transplant procedures of treatment.
The reasons remain hereditary and exposure to environment that is polluted and harsh in nature. Extreme weathers or climatic conditions have their negative impact too. Interestingly all these reasons are not the primary ones. The primary and the most prominent reason for the hair fall is the lack of nourishment. Yes, lack of nourishment weakens the foundation, it means the origin of hair growth and development is weakened due to the lack of proper supply of protein components that can feed the follicles in the scalps. These follicles are the fundamental places for initiating growth and if they are not well nourished, they lose the ability to produce strong hair that can sustain external conditions.