Let’s prevent hair follicle
destruction and promote
quick hair production!
Hair Loss Examination / Treatment Program
Unlike stem cell culture or PRP, we regulate the cycle of
hair follicle growth by providing a high, stable dose of
cytokines to promote hair growth among hereditary hair loss patients.
The thinning and density of hair in different areas where there is significant hair loss can be compared, and the health condition of the hair can be measured. It is possible to
observe the current hair loss pattern closely, and how it will progress in the future by checking the thinning or hair loss in each area. Through this method, long-term hair
loss treatment plans can be established for those who are suffering from hair loss, or those who are considering hair transplant.
Determination of the examination site
Density check with folliscope
Comparison of hair condition by site
Comparison of changes in the hair condition by period
Hair Volume Check. The changes in hair loss and the state of the hair/scalp can be precisely observed.
In 1990, NHI New Hair thought that measuring the density of the hair by dividing the area of the scalp, as shown in the picture, to check the degree of hair thinning would be an important guide in managing hair loss. After setting the area of the hair, it is possible to compare the thinning and the density of the hair in different areas, and the current state of the hair can be measured. Moreover, the effect of medication can be gauged through the data at the starting point and the data on dosing duration when hair loss is managed through Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar, etc.). This way, hair loss treatment or hair transplant plans can be established for those who are worried about hair loss or those who are considering undergoing hair transplant. This method was first published in 1990 by William R. Rassman, M.D. of L.A. NHI is now highly respected worldwide.
Hair Volume Check
We have recently introduced new equipment to better identify the progress of hair loss and the condition of the hair at present. I saw Haircheck, a device that can measure hair volume, in the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) in Boston for the first time.
The hair volume check device not only compares the volume of hair loss area with the volume of back hair through exact quantification,
but it also compares the measured record at the time of medical examination to determine how much hair loss has progressed.
The machine makes comparison much easier because the parts, which we could only recognize when the visual difference is clear, have been digitized.