Trichologist and Hair Loss Treatment

Our trichologist can help you with a specialized hair loss treatment plan for your alopecia

Hair Tattoo Clinic and Hair Loss Clinic are divisions of TRICHOLOGY CENTRE in Toronto and Richmond Hill.  Our trichologist can help you develop a specialized hair loss treatment plan for your hair loss issues. Trichology is the study the anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and the chemical and physical makeup of the hair and skin. A trichologist will ask questions about your nutrition, medical history, genetics, lifestyle, and personal hygiene that may be causing your hair or scalp problem. A trichologist specialize in the science of the structure, function and diseases of the hair and scalp. A trichologist can help diagnose your hair or scalp problem and develop a personalize hair loss treatment plan for you to follow and start the road to recovery.

Some signs that you may need to see a trichologist :

Hair conditions
  • diffuse thinning hair loss (telogen or anagen effluvium)
  • sudden excessive hair loss (telogen effluvium)
  • patchy hair loss (alopecia areata, telogen effluvium or trichotillomania)
  • scarring hair loss (scarring alopecia)
  • male or female pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
  • hair loss to eyebrow and eyelashes (madarosis)
  • total scalp hair loss (alopecia totalis)
  • total body hair loss (alopecia universalis)
  • excessive body hair for both men and women (hirsutism)
  • hair breakage (traction alopecia)
  • brittle hair (trichothiodystrophy)
  • hair pulling disorder (trichotillomania)
  • extensive use of hair products or tight hairstyles (trichorrhexis nodosa)
  • graying hair (canities)

FREE HAIR TREATMENT ASSESSMENT FORM

Our FREE online consultation provides our trichologist with all of the information required to assess your hair loss condition and recommend an effective hair loss treatment for in-clinic and home-use. If a hair loss treatment is recommended, we can mail your home-use treatment package anywhere in Canada and most of the world.

If you choose to do one of our in-clinic hair loss therapies such as AAPE® stem cell therapy, PRP (platelet-rich plasma), Pharma Hermetic Hair Recovery Program®, or SMP® Scalp Micropigmentation, we can schedule you in for an in-clinic consultation and hair loss treatment. Please take about 10 minutes to fill out this online form. At the end you will be asked to upload photos of your hair and scalp condition. This can be taken with your cell phone.

Are you experiencing any hair loss or scalp issues? The sooner you can get an assessment of your hair loss condition, the sooner we can help you stop your hair loss and start regrowing your hair. Get a certified trichologist to assess and help treat your condition online TODAY. Please complete our online Trichology Assessment Form to get started now.

Online Hair Loss & Scalp Assessment

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AAPE Hair Loss Treatment Hair Loss Toronto

PRP Hair Treatment for Androgenetic Alopecia

PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma, is a safe, non-invasive treatment for androgenetic alopecia.  It uses your own blood to harvest the platelet rich plasma which has many growth factors to stimulate hair regrowth. 

Clinical studies have shown that PRP can promote hair growth by prolonging the growing phase of the hair cycle.  During the PRP treatment, your blood is taken and spun in a centrifuge machine to separate out the platelets and plasma. 

Using a microneedling device or injection gun (seen in video), the PRP is injected into the scalp.   It takes a minimum of 3 months post treatment to see a visible improvement to your hair loss.

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PRP Hair Treatment using injection gun. The yellow liquid is your platelet-rich plasma harvested from your blood.
PRP Hair Treatment Before and After
PRP hair treatment before and after
We use the Hamilton-Norwood Scale for male pattern baldness to determine your level of hair loss and to determine scalp micropigmentation cost.
trichologist and hair loss treatment Toronto
trichologist and hair loss treatment Toronto Ontario
Scalp and skin conditions
  • dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis and pityriasis capitis)
  • ringworm (tinea capitis)
  • parasitic infestation, head lice (pediculosis capitis)
  • inflammatory conditions (psoriasis)
  • scaling (hyperkeratotsis)

A trichologist can diagnose what is causing your hair loss. Some of these include:

Genes – genetics is the main cause of male pattern baldness in men and female pattern baldness in women

Hormones – hormones like abnormal levels of androgens can cause hair loss

Autoimmune disease – a misguided immune system can cause alopecia areata

Stress – a traumatic event or chronic stress can cause sudden hair loss called telogen effluvium

Drugs – drugs like chemotherapy can cause your hair to fall out, called anagen effluvium

Diet and nutrition – an imbalanced diet poor in protein or deficiencies in certain vitamins and minerals can cause hair loss

Cosmetic procedures – beaching, straightening, dyeing, over shampooing, all can cause hair loss

Medical conditions – lupus, thyroid disease, eating disorders, anemia, and other medical conditions can cause hair loss

Illness, injury and childbirth – illness like ringworm caused by a fungal infection and pregnancy can cause hair loss

Mental disorder – trichotillomania is a hair pulling disorder which is an irresistible urge to pull out your own hair

Hair loss treatment that are available from a trichologist

Some treatments that a trichologist may offer include topical treatments, including AAPE stem cell and PRP treatment, low level laser therapy, ultraviolet therapy, massage therapy, aromatherapy, and diet and nutritional advice.

Referral to a medical specialist

A trichologist may refer you to another medical specialist to help diagnose the problem.  Sometimes blood work is required to help determine if there are deficiencies or imbalances in your daily nutritional intake. A scalp biopsy is may be needed to confirm the presence of alopecia conditions like cicatricial alopecia. Other times an endocrinologist is referred to diagnose thyroid and hormonal imbalance that may be causing the hair loss. If hair loss was due to a traumatic event or stress, or caused by habitual pulling of the hair, then a psychologist may also be referred.

If you are suffering from hair loss or scalp problems, why not give a certified trichologist a call to help with your hair and scalp problem?  You can call the Trichology Centre in Toronto or Richmond Hill at 647-492-9093.

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