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Someone who is a hair loss professional is known as a Trichologists. It is an uncommon practice, so most people are completely unaware of it. Most general practitioners or other hair care professionals will try and help you with your problem. This article will teach you how to find someone suitable to help you find a hair loss solution that will actually help.

There are over fifty kinds of hair loss. Someone who does not specialize in this field is unlikely to be able to accurately diagnose the cause of your hair loss. Trichologists must have a four year education focusing on the cause and treatment of hair loss specifically. They will be able to not only diagnose your condition, they will be able to help you find treatment options that will work in your situation.

The most important part of hair loss treatment is an accurate diagnosis. Each cause needs to be treated differently. That’s why seeing a specialist is so critical to successful treatment. Other professionals may be able to help you with some of the more common causes of hair loss.

Because of their training, Trichologists can help people with scalp and hair problems. They will talk to you about both your diet and lifestyle, as they can affect your condition. They will determine your best course of treatment based on their determination of the problem. If you need a medical consult, they will help you arrange one.

While hairdressers have the option of studying Trichologists, many don’t take this option. Their training will also be abbreviated, so they will not be able to help with many problems. They can only really help with generic advice. If you want an accurate diagnosis, you need to see a pro.

General Practitioners also have the option of studying some trichology as well. Again, however, it is just a few courses rather than four years of dedicated study. Tricologists are not able to prescribe medication on their own, so if you need a prescription, they will be part of your treatment process. Find out how comfortable your GP is in working with your specialist– they may hesitate to write a prescription for you if they were not the one that diagnosed the issue.

Do some research before choosing your trichologist. Since this practice is not common, you need to check what licencing requirements are in your area. While most countries have at least one school for this specialty, you need to run a check to ensure your chosen professional actually attended one of them. Make sure you interview anyone you are considering, as well as getting several references and before and after pictures.

If you are losing your hair, you don’t have the time or the money to waste on expensive and useless treatments. Since you must treat the cause of your particular form of hair loss in order to have any real results, getting an accurate diagnosis is key to your treatment. Use the tips in this article as a guide when seeking out a trained, qualified professional to help you with your hair loss.

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