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Know More About Alopecia Areata!

Dr. Prashant Sinha 87% (27 ratings)
MBBS, MD Dermatology
Dermatologist, Allahabad
Know More About Alopecia Areata!

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease (wherein the body’s immune system attacks its own healthy tissues rather than the malicious pathogens). There is no permanent solution for alopecia areata. However, there are some treatments available which would aid in preventing hair loss as well as stimulating growth of hair. The focus of therapies would be on strengthening the hair roots, scalp and fibre so that breakage is averted and your hair is restored to a healthy condition.

The therapies should incorporate:

  1. Deep cleansing
  2. Nourishment of hair shaft and scalp
  3. Smoothing benefits of keratin (a protein that forms the primary component of the hair) and anti-oxidants.
  4. Control of scalp ageing
  5. Improvement of blood circulation by stimulating hair roots
  6. Deeper hydration and thermal penetration to ensure root, scalp as well as hair shaft nourishment.

The therapies should aim to achieve the aforementioned objectives by utilizing phytonutrient extracts, nourishing oils, minerals, vitamins as well as plant peptides so that hair roots are energized, scalp is made healthy as well as hair fibres, are strengthened.

Strengthening of the roots of the hair is of primary importance to prevent alopecia areata as well as other hair fall conditions. The main techniques used to address this issue are:

  1. Therapy for Hair Roots: The most effective therapy is the one in which the dermatologist uses vitamins and plant extracts which are naturally injected into the roots of the hair through micro injections. This rejuvenates the hair follicles and prevents hair loss and thinning.
  2. Natural Hair Rejuvenation with PRP: This procedure focuses on utilising the blood plasma that is taken from your body. The blood plasma is platelet rich and is used to make the hair follicles healthier, thus ensuring healthy hair growth
  3. Hair Root Activation Laser Therapy and Low Level Laser Therapy: This treatment uses high-intensity light rays to increase blood flow and stimulate the cells in your scalp for better hair growth.
  4. Infusion of Hair with Nutrients: In this procedure, a cocktail of nutrients is prepared containing charged ions which penetrate deep inside your scalp and strengthen the cells and promote hair growth.

This condition, as mentioned above, is caused due to the immune system attacking the cells on your scalp. This condition occurs suddenly and causes balding patches but doesn’t usually lead to complete baldness or a permanent halt on hair growth. The volume of lost hair is different for different people.

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Androgenetic Alopecia (Baldness) - How to Prevent It?

Dr. Manju Keshari 89% (65 ratings)
MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Ghaziabad
Androgenetic Alopecia (Baldness) - How to Prevent It?

Alopecia or hair loss is a very common problem for both men and women. Androgenetic alopecia refers to the male pattern or female pattern hair loss. In case of some people, Androgenetic alopecia may be a hereditary problem.

In case of androgenetic alopecia, hair starts falling usually from the crown region. Male pattern baldness is different from female pattern baldness. In case of female pattern baldness, hair falls from all over the scalp region and not just the region above the temples.

Many causes are responsible for Androgenetic alopecia. Genetic reasons, hormonal disorders, increased production of DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) and also aging can make conditions worse.

Androgenetic alopecia can be a very embarrassing problem. There are certain natural as well as medical ways to prevent androgenetic alopecia. Some of them are mentioned as follows:

  1. Drink green tea: Researches show that green tea has anti-androgenic properties, which can help you to prevent androgenetic alopecia.
  2. Massage oil on your scalp: Massaging your scalp with hair oils like coconut oil provides your hair with the required nourishment and hence, prevents hair fall.
  3. Try to reduce stress: Stress can increase the secretion of 'cortisol' hormones in your body, leading to a hormonal imbalance, which may result in hair fall. So, reducing stress may help you to prevent excessive hair loss.
  4. Consider hair transplantation procedure: If you are losing your hair at an alarming rate, then you may consider clinical treatment. The treatment of hair transplantation can help you to prevent further hair loss.
  5. Change your diet: Include foods such as eggs, fish and walnuts. These foods are replete with protein and Omega-3 fatty acids, which provide your hair the required nourishment and help you prevent Androgenetic Alopecia.
  6. PRP treatment. Platelet rich plasma therapy helps in improving the thickness of the hair by releasing the growth factors needed for the hair growth.

Since the primary causes responsible for androgenetic alopecia are hormonal imbalances and genetic reasons, you may consider seeking advice from a dermatologist in order to find the root cause of your problem and undergo the necessary treatments.

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Hair And Its Growth With Treatment!

Dr. Ritesh Chawla 88% (1122 ratings)
B.A.M.S, M.D In Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Hair And Its Growth With Treatment!

Hair Regrowth Tips

Many people want strong and healthy hair especially as they grow older. So, in this article, we have covered the best hair regrowth tips which actually works for you.


2. How fast it grows depends on factors like age, health, genetics and diet.

3. Eating a balanced diet with the right nutrients will enhance the hair growth. So, in this article, you can know the complete hair regrowth tips.


1. Hair is a protein filament that grows from follicles found in the dermis (inner layer of the skin).

2. It is primarily composed of the protein called ALPHA- KERATIN.

3. Hair growth begins inside the hair follicle.


It follows a specific growth cycle with” 3 “distinct and concurrent phases.

1) Anagen phase- lasts 2-8 years

2) Catagen phase- where hair stops growing lasts 4-6 weeks.

3) Telogen phase- where hair falls out lasts 2-3 months; all these phases occur simultaneously.

Each has specific characteristics that determine the length of the hair.


1. Age, health, diet, hormones, seasonal changes and climate.

2. Trauma, stress, anxiety also affect growth

REASON: It reduces the blood and oxygen supply to the scalp, which is essential to healthy hair.

*According to KIDS HEALTH, it’s normal to lose between 50 – 100 hairs a day.

In order to grow hair faster, there should be minimal hair loss. Hence will discuss some features about hair loss like causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.


1. The most common cause is hereditary male or female pattern baldness.
2. Hormonal changes associated with pregnancy, childbirth, discontinuing the use of birth control pills and menopause can cause temporary hair loss.
3. Medical conditions like thyroid disease, alopecia areate (an autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles) and some scalp infections.
4. A diet lacking in protein, iron and other nutrients can lead to thinning hair.
To know more about the causes of hair loss, read the complete article.


1. 1st cause of treatment for hair loss is medication.
2. Most common products contain an ingredient Bhringraj and Rishi Grow Hair oil works wonder in getting your hair back with better strength.
3. Oral medication like Capsule Hair Grow, Capsule Hair care for male or female pattern baldness can be advised.
4.Herbal Plant and Panchkarma Procedures like Shirodhara, Shirobasti , Nasyam will help to regrow hair naturally.


1. Avoid tight hair styles, which put too much pressure on hair.
2. Avoid blow dryers, hair straighteners, coloring products etc.
3. Make sure you have a balanced diet and getting adequate amount of iron and protein.
4. Hereditary hair loss may be more difficult to treat but certain procedures such as Leech Therapy, Jivadan (PRP), Shirdhara, Basti (Medicated Enema) can help reduce the appearance of baldness.
5. Talk to your our Panchkarma Trichologist Experts to explore all your options to lessen the effects of hair loss.

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Alopecia Areata - 5 Effective Ayurvedic Treatments Of It!

Dr. Rohit Shah 90% (425 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) And Naturopath (ND)
Ayurveda, Surat
Alopecia Areata - 5 Effective Ayurvedic Treatments Of It!

A disorder leading to the loss of hair that is triggered by a mistakenly attacked immune system on the follicles of hair is termed as Alopecia areata. The hair follicles are the source of hair growth, and they are prone to be attacked by various environmental factors. The damage undergone by the hair follicles is usually not of a permanent nature. Hair growth is observed to occur for in a normal cycle ranging from 1 to 5 years. The rate of growth of hair is approximately 1 cm per month during the growth phase.

At any given point of time during the growth phase, around 80-85 percent of the hair present on the scalp are growing. The remaining hair is in a resting period, which usually falls of after 2-3 months. On a daily basis, around 50 to 70 hair may fall off from the scalp. This hair fall is considered to be normal as it is a part of the resting period cycle. But when the daily count of hair fall increases, then consulting a physician is recommended.

If the physician diagnoses a genetic balding pattern, then it is due to the inability of the follicles to produce new hair. Excessive hair loss does not cause genetic balding. Hair fall affects both males and females, with a significant rise observed with increasing age. The inherited type of hair fall pattern is observed more commonly in males than females.

Balding pattern of males involves loss of hair on the anterior scalp region. Most men lose a significant amount of hair by the time they are 60 years of age. The most common cause of balding in men is the gene-related pattern baldness. They inherit this trait of balding. In this condition, visible hair loss is observed at a very young age, which develops into extensive loss of hair. The loss of hair is preceded by a receding hair line which later turns into baldness on the top of the head.

In women, inherited pattern of baldness can cause a generalized thinning of hair over the scalp.

Etiology – Alopecia areata renders the hair follicles an inability to produce hair. Lack of hair production in the affected area can cause bald patches on the person’s scalp. Currently there are no confirmatory tests available to find the exact cause of this condition. Heredity has been implicated as the known causative factor of alopecia. Other factor that may play a role in causing baldness are environmental factors, chronic illnesses, long-term medications, dysfunction of the thyroid gland, nutritional disorders and deficiencies, anxiety, stress, chronic depression, pregnancy and skin diseases.

According to Ayurveda, hair fall is a ‘shirorog, and is termed as ‘khalitya’. The treatment protocol for Alopecia areata according to Ayurveda is as follows:

1. Pacification of the pitta: This treatment is considered to be an effective method for enhancement of a person’s the digestive system. it is helpful in the elimination of toxins from the body using potent herbal medicines.

2. Oil massage therapy:  Medicated herbal hair oil containing Jasminum grandifolium is found to very effective in treating baldness when massaged on the scalp with light circular motion regularly.

3. Panchakarma: This treatment involves the use of five remedies for a complete cleansing process of the body. Among the five remedies of Panchakarma, the ‘shirodhara’ therapy that comprises of a head massage with medicated oil is considered to be very helpful in hair follicle stimulation.

4. Nasya therapy: This treatment therapy involves the administration of medicines through the nasal route. Clearance of the impurities from the nasal route is achieved through this method.

5. Balanced diet: A balanced diet that is based on Ayurvedic principles of food intake is considered to play the most important role in treating Alopecia. Elimination of certain foods is recommended, while certain foods are advised to be eaten on a routine basis. Green leafy vegetables, pulses, lentils, seeds, nuts should be increased in the diet intake.

Hair Falling (Baldness)!

Dr. Rajesh Manghnani 86% (261 ratings)
BHMS, PGNAHI, Diploma In Naturopathy & Yogic Science (DNYS)
Sexologist, Bhopal
Hair Falling (Baldness)!

Homeopathic medicines can provide remedies for women who have suffered hair loss post childbirth. True or false? Take this quiz to find out.

Q1. Homeopathic drugs are helpful in reducing hair loss.

  • True
  • False

Answer - True

Homeopathic medicines such as Silicea is a popularly prescribed hair loss medicine, mainly derived from sandstones and human cells. It is excellent for strengthening hair, eliminating dryness and providing  overall nourishment to hair. It also works as an enhancer, helping in hair growth.

Q2. Which of the following are the causes for hair loss?

  1. Seborrhea
  2. Thyroid (Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism)
  3. Insomnia
  4. Both 1 and 2

Answer - Both 1 and 2

There are a number of skin disorders that affects the scalp and serves as a causative factor for hair loss. The most common are hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and an increased sebum discharge from the sebaceous gland, leading to loosening of hair follicles, thus aiding hair loss. This condition is commonly known as seborrhea.

Q3.  Phosphorus and Floricum acid are the most widely used homeopathic remedies for hair loss.

  • True
  • False

Answer - True

Fluoric acid, found in the homeopathic medicine Floricum, is a brilliant remedy for hair loss, particularly for patches leading to partial baldness. Phosphorous is an excellent option for prevention as well, especially when the loss of hair occurs in large patches or strands.

Q4. Which of the following fatty acids are essential in maintaining good hair health?

  1. Omega-3
  2. Omega-6
  3. Both 1 and 2
  4. None of the above

Answer - Omega-3

Inflammation, one of the major causes for hair loss, occurs when your body does not receive the requisite nutrients or is under excessive stress. Omega-3 fatty acids, in this regard, works brilliantly in reducing inflammation. They not only prevent hair loss but also helps in hair growth. Fish oil or flaxseeds work great in this regard. The dosage can be 2 capsules a day or 1 tablespoon.

Q5. Homeopathic medicines can provide remedies for women who have suffered hair loss post childbirth.

  • True
  • False

Answer - True

A number of homeopathic medicines such as Pulsatilla and Natrum muriaticum are excellent for women post childbirth who are also suffering from iron deficiencies (one of the chief causes for hair loss) or severe headaches. It helps not only by preventing loss of hair but also helps in regrowth of the same.


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What Are The Environmental Factors Responsible For Alopecia?

Dr. Priti Mangesh Deshmukh 86% (12 ratings)
MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Pune
What Are The Environmental Factors Responsible For Alopecia?

You may lose 50 to 100 strands of hair each day. Yet the thinning of your scalp hair is almost unnoticeable owing to the simultaneous new hair growth filling up the bald spots. But hair loss occurs if this cycle of shedding and growth gets distorted. Stress and an unhealthy lifestyle take a toll on your hair as well.

  1. The following is a list of the types of hair loss that are caused due to high levels of stress:

    • The body secretes hormones such as non-adrenaline or Norepinephrine and cortisol in response to stress. These hormones force a large number of hair follicles into a static phase, hindering new hair growth. As a consequence, simple activities such as combing or rinsing the hair might cause hair fall in large strands which do not get replaced by new hair again. This abnormality is known as ‘Telogen effluvium’.
    • Trichotillomania is a condition characterized by one pulling out his/her own strands of hair forcefully; most often triggered by negative thoughts or other psychological disorders such as depression or excessive frustration, boredom, stress or tension. 
    • Alopecia areata is a condition caused by severe stress wherein the immune system of the body attacks the hair follicles, resulting in hair loss.
    • Other lifestyle-related factors can also have an adverse impact on the hair growth. Let us see how:
  2. Excessive hair styling or hair treatments with hot oil actually swell up the hair follicles. Chemical therapies, dyes, flat irons, blow dryers or bad brushes as well as a range of hair dressing techniques such as hair extension, application of coloring agents, gels and hair sprays further affect the individual strands of hair.
  3. A junk food diet rich in salt, sugar and saturated fats but less in essential nutrient content can tremendously affect your hair.
  4. Smoking inhibits blood flow to the hair follicles and interrupts the process of hair growth and hair fall.
  5. Environmental factors such as pollution from:
    • Car exhaust fumes disrupt the keratin (protein formation) in the hair structure, making it fragile.
    • Cigarette smoke contains carcinogens that weaken one’s hair follicles.
    • Dust particles trigger allergies giving way to inflammation or scalp infections.
    • Over exposure to the sun causes brittle, dry and lifeless hair, mainly characterized by split ends. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an ayurveda.
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How Homeopathy Can Help In Treating Patchy Baldness?

Dr. Vishal Shah 89% (137 ratings)
Homeopath, Ahmedabad
How Homeopathy Can Help In Treating Patchy Baldness?

Alopecia areata is a condition that makes hair fall out in patches. For the same reason, it is also known as patchy baldness. This condition occurs when an individual’s own immune system starts to attack the hair follicles. This is the reason why it can even prevent hair from coming back.

In some people though, hair may grow back again. However, there is no guarantee that they will now fall out again. The extent of hair loss and appearance of patches varies from one person to another.

Apart from autoimmune diseases, the following are some of the reasons that trigger alopecia or patchy baldness:

  1. Abnormal levels of androgens
  2. Stress, childbirth, or any type of illness 
  3. The use of specific drugs such as chemotherapy agents, beta-blockers, blood-thinning medications, and birth control pills
  4. Cosmetic procedures such as frequent shampooing, bleaching, and perms
  5. Low-protein diet
  6. Burns and injuries
  7. Thyroid, iron deficiency, lupus, or diabetes

There is no remedy available for complete cure of patchy baldness. However, it can be managed with the help of conventional treatment modalities such as ultraviolet light treatment, immunotherapy, topical or oral steroids and steroids injections.

But there is not any surety that these treatment modalities will work effectively for all patients. Moreover, a majority of these treatment modalities may take months to show results. Homeopathic treatment, on the other hand, is considered highly effective and efficient against alopecia areata. There are a number of homeopathic medications that can help provide long-term relief and permanent cure. Moreover, these homeopathic remedies are 100 percent safe and do not cause any side effects, unlike conventional treatment options.

Following are some of the common homeopathic medications made available to the patients from the treatment of alopecia areata or patchy baldness:

  1. Silica: This proves to be highly beneficial against baldness in young people and hair fall in the forehead and frontal region. It also helps control early greying of hair.
  2. Graphites: This help control hair fall from the sides of the scalp. It also takes good care of patchy baldness and hair loss associated with menopause.
  3. Phosphorus: It is highly effective against patchy baldness and other problems related to the scalp such as the itchy and dry scalp and dandruff. It also helps treat hair fall after any haemorrhagic disorder.
  4. Fluoric acid: This is best suited for people who have a tendency to develop alopecia because of family history. It also helps control brittle hair, idiopathic hair fall, and vertex baldness.
  5. Phosphoric acid: This helps control hair fall related to grief, thinning of hair, and early graying of hair.

Alopecia Areata - 5 Major Causes Of It!

Dr. Abhinav Kumar 89% (268 ratings)
MBBS, MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Alopecia Areata - 5 Major Causes Of It!

Hair fall is not a problem as long as it is within the healthy range. In fact, as part of a normal cycle of hair growth, a person loses between 50- 100 strands of hair per day. The problem arises when the daily hair fall is more than 200 with little or no hair growth. In some cases, the hair growth may be slower than usual. All these factors may trigger thinning of the scalp, a condition commonly known as Alopecia. In some cases, the situation gets so bad that it results in baldness (both in males and females).

Alopecia can be of two types:

  1. Scarring Alopecia: Here, chances of a hair regrowth is next to impossible as scarring alopecia results in complete destruction of the hair follicles.
  2. Non-Scarring Alopecia: This is less severe with a strong possibility of hair regrowth as non-scarring alopecia does not destroy the hair follicles.

What triggers severe hair fall or Alopecia in men and women?
Hair fall or Alopecia is no longer a problem associated with old age (Diffuse Alopecia). Young adults (both men and women), in their mid 20's and 30's are suffering from Alopecia. While there may be many factors responsible for alopecia, some of the common and critical triggers are

  1. Genetics and hereditary: In some people, Alopecia may be more of a genetic and hereditary problem, a condition that is medically known as Androgenic Alopecia. Androgenic Alopecia can affect all and sundry, irrespective of their age and sex. Androgenic alopecia in males is known as Male Pattern Baldness and in females as Female Pattern Baldness. While the hair fall is rapid and severe, the hair growth is slow. In some cases, the hair follicles cease to grow beyond a certain length, resulting in short hair.
  2. Pregnancy: Many women suffer from a type of alopecia called Telogen Effluvium during their pregnancy. The condition is often a reversible and temporary problem that improves with time. Hormonal changes, stress, fatigue, insomnia and related pregnancy woes may trigger the severe hair fall during pregnancy. Some women also suffer from postpartum hair fall. The trigger here can be an imbalance in the estrogen level, the use of birth control pills, or even stress.
  3. Hormonal Imbalance: Hormonal imbalance can wreak havoc, giving rise to serious health complications with alopecia being one of them. Androgen (male sex hormone) is one such hormone whose imbalance can trigger Alopecia. The elevated levels of Androgen in the hair follicles are known to inhibit the hair growth. Hair loss can also be an outcome of Estrogen (female sex hormone) deficiency. Some women who had their menopause are likely to suffer from Alopecia.
  4. Certain medical conditions such as Alopecia Areata (an Autoimmune disorder that triggers sudden and rapid hair fall with the appearance of bald patches on the scalp), Scalp infections, Dermatological problems ( Lichen Planus, Sarcoidosis), PCOS, Thyroid problems, to name a few, are often responsible for severe hair fall.
  5. Some other factors that may result in alopecia include, excessive use of hair styling products, rapid weight loss, surgery, trauma, or a person undergoing radiation therapy.
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Hair Transplant Cost in Bangalore

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh 87% (192 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
Hair Transplant Cost in Bangalore

Hair transplant is a surgical, in which hair follicles are extracted from the donor site, usually back or side of the hair, where there is hair growth and moved to the recipient site or the bald area. Follicular unit hair transplants (FUT) and follicular unit extraction (FUE) are two of the common methods that are adopted for hair transplant.

FUT hair transplant is the method in which a strip of hair follicles is extracted  from the area where their is good hair growth and is then inserted into the recipient area. This method has few advantages like it is less expensive as it requires few sessions. The number of follicular units transplanted are more. In FUE individual follicular units are removed and are placed at the recipient area. This method is time consuming and proves to be beneficial in small areas like beard, eyebrow, eyelashes. 

Hair Transplantation Cost in Bangalore:

Bangalore is considered as one of the popular destination for hair transplantation, because there are number of clinics that are available and use the latest technologies. The price may start from Rs 20 per graft and go upto 150 rupees. An average cost of hair transplant may come out to be Rs 35,000, but it is not the final cost. The final cost depends on various factors like the area of baldness, number of follicles required and experience of doctor operating.

Here is list of few clinics that have a high success rate in hair transplant:

1. Fortis La Femme - Richmond Town, Bangalore

The Department of Dermatology at Fortis La Femme, aims to deliver the highest quality of care to patients with skin & hair disorders under the leadership of Dr. Rohini Krishnamoorthy, one of the top dermatologist in Bangalore.

Consultation fees: ₹400 - ₹2000

2. Aster CMI Hospital - Sahakara Nagar, Bangalore

Aster CMI is a multispeciality hospital and dermatology department is considered one of the best. Dermatologist here use the best an advanced facilities available to take care of your problems. They offer different treatments depending upon the age and condition. Different services provided here include wart removal, molluscum extraction, mole evaluation and removal, PRP for hair loss, active acne therapy & patchy hair loss therapy.

Consultation fees: ₹500 - ₹1000

3. Motherhood - Indiranagar, Bangalore

Motherhood is known for its care and understanding for woman needs. Basis the need they have various cosmetological and dermatological solutions, provided at their multiple centers. 

Consultation fees: ₹500 - ₹750

4. Contura Cosmetic Clinic - Kammanahalli, Bangalore

Contura Cosmetic Clinic is known for their medical care facility and offers a variety of treatments like abdominoplasty, botox, breast treatments, cheek augmentation, cosmetic & plastic surgeries and hair transplant. They have some of the most reputed doctors like  Dr. Sreekar Harinatha, associated with them.

Consultation fees: ₹500

5. Hairline International- Jayanagar, Bangalore

Hairline International has some of the best dermatologists & trichologists on board who have years of experience and are experts in hair & scalp treatments. Hair restoration hair transplant & treatment for grey hair is amongst the best and most successful treatments provided here. The use of advanced technology makes the treatment pain free and reduces the chances of scar as well.

Consultation fees: ₹500

6. Kaya Skin Clinic - HRBR Layout, Bangalore

Kaya Ltd is more than 15 years old and has centers all across India as well as in the Middle East. Kaya offers a number of services and when it comes to hair transplant in Bangalore, it is considered as one of the best.

Consultation fees: ₹500
7. Healios Cosmoderma - Bangalore 

Healios Cosmoderma clinic offers a wide range of treatment in clinical & pediatric dermatology along with many cosmetology services. They are also known for their process of restoration of hair through different procedures like following prescribed drugs, low level laser therapy (LLLT), mesotherapy, PRP( Platelet-rich plasma) and hair transplant. 

Consultation fees: ₹300

8. Dr Dixit Cosmetic Dermatology- Koramangala, Bangalore

Dr. Rasya Dixit, a well known dermatologist from Bangalore heads Dr. Dixit cosmetic dermatology clinic. She has many years of experience and has conducted many type of cosmetological & dermatological procedures successfully. 

Consultation fees: ₹500

9. Vitalife Health Care - Whitefield, Bangalore

Vitalife has a network of multi specialty clinics offering comprehensive primary care services under one roof. It has multiple centers in South India, it is known for its cosmetological service and success in hair transplantation

Consultation fees: ₹400
10. Healios Wound And Plastic Surgery Clinic - Jayanagar, Bangalore

Healios wound and plastic surgery clinic is a specialized center for wound and plastic surgery, It offers wide range of treatment for management of diabetic foot and other related issues. In plastic surgery procedures they offer treatment to congenital deformities correction, burns, scars they are also known for their success in hair transplant.

Consulting fees: ₹300

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Hair Transplant Cost in Mumbai

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh 87% (192 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
Hair Transplant Cost in Mumbai

What is Hair Transplant?

A hair transplant is a procedure in which hair and hair follicles are moved from the area where there is hair growth, also called the donor site, to the bald area, called recipient site. Usually back or side of the head is used as the donor site. Hair loss could be because of many reasons like genetic, stress-induced, due to lack of proper diet or hormonal imbalance. It can also be due to the side effect of any medications.

How is Hair Transplant Done?

There are many procedures that are available in the market which can be used to restore baldness. Your doctor will suggest you choose between follicular unit hair transplants (FUT) and follicular unit extraction (FUE). As these are amongst the two most popular hair transplant methods.

FUT as compared to FUE is simple, cost-effective and has a higher success rate. It is often regarded as the golden standard in hair transplant. When follicles are extracted one by one from the donor area and then transplanted to the recipient area, that method is called as FUE. On the other hand in FUT, a strip of hair follicles is extracted and transplanted on the area with baldness. This procedure may result in a linear scar on the donor area.

What Average Cost of Hair Transplant in Mumbai?

Mumbai is the financial capital of India with the highest GDP. It is also a popular destination for cosmetic surgeries including hair transplant surgery. Cost of any hair transplant depends upon the number of hair grafts required, the type of procedure you choose and the experience of the surgeon. Some clinics start the hair transplants for as low as Rs 40,000.

List of top 10 hair clinics in Mumbai

1. S L Raheja Fortis Hospital, Mahim West, Mumbai

The Department of Dermatology at S L Raheja Fortis hospital offers comprehensive diagnostics and treatment. A wide variety of specialty services like pediatric, surgical, medical and cosmetic dermatology are provided here.

Consultation fees: ₹500 - ₹3000

2. Fortis Hospital, Mulund West, Mumbai

Fortis Hospital, is a JCI accredited, 300-bed multi-specialty hospital providing a range of diagnostic and treatment services. With cutting edge technology, highly skilled and experienced surgeons and paramedical staff the Fortis Hospital it provides a patient-centric approach.

Consultation fees: ₹800 - ₹1500

3. Kaya Skin Clinic, Kandivali East, Mumbai

Kaya Ltd is more than 15 years old and has centers all across India as well as in the Middle East. Kaya offers a number of services and when it comes to hair transplant in Mumbai, it is considered as one of the best.

Consultation fees: ₹300

4. Tender Skin International, Malad West, Mumbai

Tender Skin is a multispecialty skincare clinic that offers a wide range of cosmetology services. It uses constantly evolving innovative techniques and medical grade quality products.

Consultation fees: ₹700 - ₹1000

5. Heritage Cosmetic Laser Centre, Borivali West, Mumbai

Dr. Vibha, a well-reputed Dermatologist, heads Heritage Cosmetic Laser Centre. It is well known for its treatments from the best doctors in the field of Cosmetologist.

Consultation fees: ₹300

6. Dr. Shaurya's Skin Clinic, Andheri West, Mumbai

Dr. Shaurya’s skin clinic is headed by Dr. Shaurya Rohatgi who is a Dermatologist and has a great experience in his field. He holds an expertise at hair transplant, other than this he is also known for other cosmetic and dermatological surgeries like a laser for hair reduction, tattoo removal and acne scars.

Consultation fees: ₹600

7. Sparsh: The Aesthetic & Dentistry Clinic, Khar West, Mumbai

The aesthetic clinic provides the best solution for extreme hair fall, hair thinning, baldness. The procedures are carried out by international experts, using the advanced technologies. As a result, procedures carried out are painless, with hair restoration and natural hair growth.

Consultation fees: ₹2000

8. Skinworld, Bagwe Hospital, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai

Dr. Ganesh Avhad, a well-reputed Dermatologist, and in-house exert at Skinworld, Bagwe. He is an expert at various derma and cosmo procedures including hair transplant.

Consultation fees: ₹500

9. Myskin Laser Clinic, Kandivali East Mumbai

Dr. Deepa Kanchankoti is a Dermatologist who is affiliated with multiple hospitals and also heads Myskin Laser Clinic. She has done multiple hair transplants as well as skin related surgeries like latest melanocyte-keratinocyte cell transfer to treat vitiligo.

Consultation fees: ₹700

10. Kasturi Medical Centre,  Kandivali East Mumbai

Dr. Ruchi Gupta is a reputed dermatologist with more than a decade of experience. She practices att Kasturi Medical Centre in Kandivali East, Mumbai. Treating patients for Hair Loss is one of her prime areas of interest. She is also known for her other derma services like skin pulse, anti-aging & scar treatment.

Consultation fees: ₹700

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