Consult Our Trichologist

Hair loss can be attributed to various factors such as diet, nutrition, genetics, hormonal fluctuations, specific medications, and poor hair care practices. My role is to act as your dedicated investigator for your hair and scalp. Through a thorough examination of your scalp and a comprehensive assessment of your overall health, I aim to uncover valuable clues that will shed light on the reasons behind your hair thinning.

Indeed, this process is quite intricate, and it's important to acknowledge that identifying the root cause of hair issues can be a complex task. It often necessitates multiple assessments to precisely pinpoint the underlying problem. This is precisely why relying solely on topical treatments might not yield the desired results. Topical treatments serve as one component of the solution, but they do not constitute the entire remedy.

During the evaluation, a meticulous examination of your hair will be conducted to differentiate between hair loss (where long strands detach from the hair root) and hair breakage (characterized by fractures along the hair shaft).

Utilizing a digital microscope, we will closely inspect your scalp. The results will be presented on a computer screen right in front of you. The microscope is capable of magnifying the scalp at least 60x zoom, providing a detailed view that aids in the assessment process.



Here's what you need to know before scheduling a hair loss consultation:

1. Cost: The consultation fee is fixed with a deposit required to secure your appointment.

2. Duration: Trichology consultations typically last one hour.

3. Appointment Only: We work by appointment only, so you'll need to schedule your consultation in advance.

4. Reasons to Schedule: It's advisable to schedule a trichology consultation if you've noticed any of the following hair or scalp issues:

- Excessive hair fall throughout your hair
- Bald spots
- Thinning hair
- Excessive dandruff
- An itchy scalp

The consultation is an opportunity to determine if there are viable solutions to address your specific hair concerns and to explore the possibility of working together to improve your hair health.





During a trichology consultation, our trichologist or hair and scalp specialist assesses the condition of your hair and scalp to identify the underlying causes of issues like hair loss, thinning, or scalp disorders. Here's what typically happens during a trichology consultation

  1. Patient History: The trichologist will begin by taking a detailed history of your hair and scalp, including your medical history, family history of hair issues, and any medications or treatments you're currently using. This information helps in understanding potential contributing factors.

  2. Scalp Analysis: The trichologist will closely examine your scalp using specialized tools and techniques. They will assess the condition of your scalp, checking for signs of inflammation, infection, dandruff, or any other abnormalities.

  3. Hair Analysis: The specialist will examine your hair's overall health, texture, density, and any visible signs of damage or thinning. They may look at the hair shaft under a microscope to assess its structure and condition.

  4. Lifestyle and Habits: The trichologist will inquire about your lifestyle, diet, exercise routines, and hair care practices. Certain factors like stress, nutritional deficiencies, and hair care routines can impact the health of your hair and scalp.

  5. Nutritional Assessment: Diet and nutrition play a crucial role in hair health. The trichologist may ask about your dietary habits and may recommend changes if they suspect that nutritional deficiencies are contributing to your hair problems.

  6. Hormonal Evaluation: Hormonal imbalances can lead to hair issues. The specialist may discuss hormonal fluctuations and, if necessary, recommend hormonal tests or consultations with an endocrinologist.

  7. Medication Review: Certain medications can cause hair loss or scalp problems as side effects. The trichologist will review your current medications and consult with your healthcare provider if needed.

  8. Customized Recommendations: Based on the findings from the examination and analysis, the trichologist will provide you with personalized recommendations. These may include changes to your diet, lifestyle, hair care practices, and, in some cases, specific treatments or therapies to address your hair and scalp issues.

  9. Follow-Up Plan: A trichology consultation often involves a follow-up plan to monitor progress and adjust recommendations as necessary. Depending on the severity of the issue, you may require multiple visits.

  10. Education: The trichologist will educate you about the factors contributing to your hair or scalp problems and how to maintain better hair and scalp health in the long term.

Remember that trichologists are trained to identify and address a wide range of hair and scalp issues. Their goal is to help you understand the root causes of your hair problems and work with you to develop a plan to promote healthier hair and scalp.