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LIVE 24-SEVEN HAIR THE FACTS! ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT LOSING HAIR?


Do you have a medical question for Dr Max?


Dr Max does a regular Question and Answer feature in Live24-Seven. Should you have any medical questions related to dermatology, cosmetic treatments, hair loss problems or psychological wellbeing, please send it into the Elate Team at info@elatehealth.co.uk or katie@live24-seven.com If we can’t feature your question in the magazine, please rest assured that Dr Max will answer all your questions personally.


Dr Max Malik, MB ChB, Pg Dip Derm, MBCAM, MRCPsych, Cosmetic Doctor and Hair Restoration Surgeon, member of British Association of Hair Restorations Surgeons, member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons, member of Royal College of Psychiatrists and full member of British College of Aesthetic Medicine, is our Medical Director. He has brought together over 20 years of medical experience to create a personalised system of Cosmetic Medicine, Aesthetic Dermatology and Hair Restoration Surgery.


DID YOU KNOW THAT HAIR TRANSPLANTS HAVE BEEN AROUND THE 1930S?


These were first described and performed by Japanese surgeons but were not taken seriously in the West until after the WW2 in the 1950s. Around this time, American Surgeons started using thick grafts called ‘plugs’. However, these looked unattractive and unnatural. It was only relatively recently that newer harvesting surgical techniques such as Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) had enabled hair restoration surgeons to isolate single hairs and follicles and extract them and thereby providing excellent, natural looking grafts. These can then be transplanted into the desired areas.


DID YOU KNOW ABOUT 40% OF MEN ARE BALDING AROUND THE AGE OF 40?


Balding in men can start as early as the teenage years and can be very upsetting psy- chologically. This is especially the case if it progresses rapidly through the twenties. There is little doubt that a young man losing his hair can be traumatic. However, with careful medical management and good surgical planning of the donor area, excellent and natural results can be achieved and a good restoration surgeon will help to man- age your hair restoration journey for a lifetime.


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