About 80 million adults in the U.S. suffer from hereditary hair loss. Hair grooming practices and disease conditions can result in hair loss, as well as breakage or loss of the hair root.
The first step, he said, is to determine the cause of the hair loss.
“The solution or treatment should target the cause as well as precipitating or aggravating factors. Solutions could range from the use of medications, surgery to changes in hair grooming practices, nutrition, lifestyles, etc.,” Umar said. “In severe cases of hereditary hair loss, credible restoration would require specialized hair transplant surgery that utilizes beard and body hair for a reasonable level of restoration.”