Hair loss and hair thinning are very common. As we age, our body changes in many aspects and changes to our hair are part and parcel of that. It is also common to experience hair thinning and hair loss for other reasons. An illness such as cancer for example and its’ accompanying treatments can and often do cause changes to hair growth. How you deal with the thinning or loss of your hair is entirely down to your personal preferences and requirements, and there are many alternatives that you can try and products you can buy. Not all are proven though. However, if you have tried other treatments and are still looking for improvement, then surgery for hair restoration could be the answer. 
Hair loss is a common medical condition, which can affect both men and women at any age. The NHS has stated that over 8 million women in the UK suffer from alopecia (the general medical term for hair loss), and male pattern baldness is one of the most common types of hair loss, which usually affects those who are near the age of 50.* 
Hair transplants are a popular solution for hair loss and are sought after by both men and women of all ages. It is not just male-pattern baldness that can cause hair loss but many other factors including stress, hormonal changes, illness or medication. When finding yourself in this predicament there are several options to restore confidence and having a hair transplant is considered one of the most effective. 
Many people look forward to the summer as a time to bare their legs, arms and other areas of their bodies. Shorter clothing and sunglasses become standard issue as does the sun hat and other protective elements to ensure the sunshine can be enjoyed safely without damaging the skin. With the warmer weather and the change in beauty products we are using, however, conditions such as hair loss can become exacerbated. 
In the constantly evolving world of medicine, particularly Cosmetic Dermatology, keeping up to date with the latest procedures and research is of paramount importance. Dr Diaz, Senior Consultant Dermatologist at Birmingham Dermatology Clinic, understands how crucial it is to develop and enhance existing knowledge and skills within the industry, which is why he met with fellow leading specialists at the 72nd Annual Dermatology meeting in Denver, Colorado. 
Our hair undergoes many different stresses and strains on a daily basis, and issues such as diet, hair products and styling and even the weather can all contribute towards hair loss or fragile hair. Whether you have long locks which you are trying to grow even longer or if you have recently undergone a hair transplant and wish to encourage your new hair to grow, here are a few top tips to encourage your hair to grow a little quicker naturally: 
Hair transplants are one of the treatments available to overcome hair loss. This type of treatment is commonly used in cases of partial hair loss as follicles need to be transplanted from an area of dense hair growth to the area of thinning hair. There are two principal methods of hair transplant – Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) but which one is best for you? 
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