Proven Effective Treatments To Address Genetic Hairloss

the results of successful genetic hairloss treatment

Does baldness run in your family? Genetic hairloss, more formally known as androgenetic alopecia, is a progressive and irreversible condition. If left untreated, it only gets worse. There is no waiting for one day when it will “go back to normal.” The earlier you have it treated, the more hair you can save and keep. So if you’re looking for a genetic hairloss treatment, you’ve come to the right place.

Slow down hairloss progression with proven effective treatments at Svenson! Book a free consultation with one of our trichologists to get started.

Man with genetic hairloss

Your grandfather’s bald, your father’s bald, and now you’re starting to see the signs on your hair, too. You might have the baldness gene. Don’t worry. When it comes to genetic hairloss treatments, Svenson can help you.

If you are suffering from androgenetic alopecia (also known as male pattern hairloss or female pattern hairloss), it means that you have a genetically predisposed sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This hormone causes hair follicles to shrink, weaken, and die.

While there is still no known solution to completely stop genetic hairloss, there are treatments that help fight dihydrotestosterone (DHT), like Svenson’s proven effective DHT Inhibitors. Want to know more? Contact us today.

Outline of an m-shaped hairline

Studies have shown that genetic hairloss or androgenetic alopecia is associated with male sex hormones called androgens, particularly dihydrotestosterone. Among the many functions of androgens include regulating hair growth. With genetic hairloss, the hair’s growth cycle is disrupted and the hair follicle shrinks. This results in shorter, finer hair strands. Eventually, no new hair grows in its place.

With genetic hairloss in males, the hairloss begins on both temples with the hairline progressively receding to form a characteristic “M” shape. There is also thinning at the crown, which often progresses to partial or complete baldness.

With genetic hairloss in females, on the other hand, there is diffuse thinning. This means that the hair becomes thinner all over the head, not on specific spots. In advanced stages, the thinning can be so severe that the scalp starts becoming visible. However, it rarely leads to total baldness.

Other clinics may falsely claim to have a definitive, once-and-for-all genetic hairloss cure. Don’t be fooled. There is still no known cure for genetic hairloss. But there are proven effective treatments that help slow down hairloss progression and boost hair regrowth. Find out more by going to Svenson!

Your grandfather’s bald, your father’s bald, and now you’re starting to see the signs on your hair, too. You might have the baldness gene. Don’t worry. When it comes to genetic hairloss treatments, Svenson can help you.

If you are suffering from androgenetic alopecia (also known as male pattern hairloss or female pattern hairloss), it means that you have a genetically predisposed sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This hormone causes hair follicles to shrink, weaken, and die.

While there is still no known solution to completely stop genetic hairloss, there are treatments that help fight dihydrotestosterone (DHT), like Svenson’s proven effective DHT Inhibitors. Want to know more? Contact us today.

Hairloss in men
M-shaped hairloss in men

Studies have shown that genetic hairloss or androgenetic alopecia is associated with male sex hormones called androgens, particularly dihydrotestosterone. Among the many functions of androgens include regulating hair growth. With genetic hairloss, the hair’s growth cycle is disrupted and the hair follicle shrinks. This results in shorter, finer hair strands. Eventually, no new hair grows in its place.

With genetic hairloss in males, the hairloss begins on both temples with the hairline progressively receding to form a characteristic “M” shape. There is also thinning at the crown, which often progresses to partial or complete baldness.

With genetic hairloss in females, on the other hand, there is diffuse thinning. This means that the hair becomes thinner all over the head, not on specific spots. In advanced stages, the thinning can be so severe that the scalp starts becoming visible. However, it rarely leads to total baldness.

Other clinics may falsely claim to have a definitive, once-and-for-all genetic hairloss cure. Don’t be fooled. There is still no known cure for genetic hairloss. But there are proven effective treatments that help slow down hairloss progression and boost hair regrowth. Find out more by going to Svenson!

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

As the name suggests, this hairloss condition is hereditary. So first, consider if you have relatives who are balding. Still unsure? Check the mirror. For men, genetic hairloss usually starts on both temples, with the hairline receding to form an “M” shape. The hair on the crown area also thins. For women, it begins with gradual thinning at the part line, followed by diffuse hairloss all over the head. Or if you want to be certain, go to the experts. Book a free hair and scalp analysis at Svenson today.

Hairloss knows no age. For a lot of people, it could start in their 40s. But the truth is, hairloss is a young man’s problem, too. It can start as early as your 20s. That’s because when you’re young, your testosterone levels are very high. Testosterone gets converted to dihydrotestosterone or DHT – the main cause of hairloss. So don’t wait until you lose it all. Starting to see the signs of early onset hairloss? Call Svenson right away.

The longer you leave a progressive condition like genetic hairloss untreated, the worse it will become. The earlier you seek treatment, the more hair you can save and keep. There is no known treatment that can bring hair back to an already bald head. So don’t wait. Book a free hair and scalp analysis with one of our certified trichologists. They will thoroughly analyze your hairloss condition and recommend the best genetic hairloss treatment for you.

Contrary to the common belief that baldness is inherited from the mother’s side of the family, studies suggest that it may actually depend on genes contributed by both parents.

Some may deliver some improvements, but they may also have side effects. Some over-the-counter drugs are normally prescribed by a doctor, like minoxidil and finasteride. It has been proven that some of these drugs can have dangerous side effects, like creating problems with your blood pressure or even causing sexual dysfunction. At Svenson, your Anti-Hairloss Program is supervised by our certified trichologists and highly trained therapists, so you are assured that you are in good hands.

Unfortunately, there is still no known definitive cure for genetic hairloss. The best option is to find a hairloss treatment like Svenson’s DHT Inhibitors that will help keep hairloss-causing DHT from doing more damage, preventing hairloss progression in the future. The good news is, these treatments require only at least 30 minutes of your busy day! Squeeze a quick session over your lunch break, then go right back to your normal schedule.

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Let our highly qualified trichologists examine your hair and scalp and recommend the best treatment for you. Schedule your free appointment today!
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