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Trichology

At FUE Clinics we’re one of the UK’s leading trichology clinics, we have years of experience and will provide a scientific evaluation alongside the understanding of medical and sib-clinical conditions that can have an adverse effect on the hair and scalp. FUE Clinics team of top trichologists will specialise in the investigation and diagnosis of scalp and hair issues, we can then determine the medication or treatment that you will require in order to correct or rectify your problem. If you’re looking for a hair trichologist ‘near me’, you’re in the right place, at FUE Clinics we offer a range of trichology solutions. Our hair trichologists will work closely alongside you, as well as trichology consultants and health professionals, ensuring that you receive the right treatment.

Trichologists UK at FUE Clinics

When it comes to needing a trichologist, the FUE Clinics team have a wealth of experience and aim to provide you with the best service possible in the hair industry. We take care and attention to detail when it comes to your hair, scalp and skin, at FUE Clinics our trichologists will help you to look and feel your best as well as having hair that you’ll feel proud of. Our professional trichology team can provide health and advice on all types of hair restoration and treatments. Over the years we’ve helped a number of happy customers, simply take a look at some of our trichology reviews.

As a professional trichology salon and clinic, we understand the nature of the hair and scalp, so we make sure that we’re extremely receptive to our client’s emotions and sensitivity, we aim to provide our trichology services with integrity, credibility and trust. Our trichology consultants have years of experience and provide services to the highest standards. For more information, feel free to call FUE Clinics.

What is a Trichologist?

Trichologists are specialists in the science, structure, function and diseases of the human hair and the human scalp. The typical reasons why you may seek help from a trichologist include hair loss, scalp problems including dandruff, inflammatory conditions or excess oil production, as well as hair texture issues. At FUE Clinics our team of trichologists are hair loss and scalp specialists who can diagnose and treat a number of hair and scalp conditions in both health and disease. Our hair trichologists can advise on the best trichology treatments and hair loss treatments based on the individual themselves. A qualified trichologist is someone who is qualified and registered with The Institute of Trichologists, all of our trichologists are certified by the Institute of Trichologists and have studied extensively in trichology. For more information on our consultant trichologists and advanced trichology services that we provide, please contact FUE Clinics today.

Does Trichology work?

When it comes to hair trichology, it can offer a range of support for a number of scalp and hair problems, this includes hair loss, issues with the scalp and hair texture problems. If you’re in need of trichology services, at FUE Clinics our hair trichologists will arrange a consultation, this will involve the trichologist asking a number of questions surrounding your medical health, nutritional information, lifestyle choices, allergies, doctors details, prescribed medication and family history. The trichologist will then provide a thorough hair and scalp examination, in the majority of cases a diagnosis will be given, the trichology will explain and discuss this with you. A bespoke trichology treatment will then be determined and offered to you, our trichology clinic provides a range of medical trichology treatments, in some cases you may be prescribed medication, or you may be referred to FUE trichology hair loss clinic.

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If you’re in need of trichology, simply contact FUE Clinics trichology clinic today, our trichologists have years of experience and will provide a professional service regarding hair loss and issues with the hair and scalp. FUE Clinics team of top trichologists will investigate and diagnose your scalp or hair issues and then provide medication or treatments to correct or rectify your problem.

Frequently Asked Questions About Trichology

What is the cost of seeing a trichologist?
The cost of seeing our trichologists will vary from one patient to another, in most cases, it will be impossible to determine your treatment without a consultation with one of our trichologists. We can accurately consider the cost of the trichology treatment when we have determined the issue and the treatment that you’ll require. During the consultation we’ll provide a thorough examination of your scalp and hair, this will allow us to determine the extent of the problem and how we can help, next we’ll be able to provide the trichologist cost.
What can a trichologist help you with?
Our team will investigate and deduce the reason for your problem, any form or hair/scalp issue that you are experiencing. At FUE Clinics we provide solutions to a broad range of problems, from hair thinning to genetic hair loss, itchy and flaky scalps. We can give you the best independent advice if you’re thinking of hair restoration surgery. Whatever issue you’re experiencing or problem that you’d like help with, FUE Clinics can help, simply give our team a call today.
Where can I find a trichologist?
If you’re trying to ‘find a trichologist’, look no further, at FUE Clinics we’re home to a specialist team of top trichologists. Our professional trichology team can assist with a number of hair and scalp issues, what’s more, is, we have trichology centres across the UK, so if you’re in need of a ‘trichology clinic near me’, contact the FUE Clinics team today and we can arrange an appointment for you.
Is a Trichologist a Doctor?
Trichologists are not medically qualified but are specialists in the scalp and hair, they will take a holistic approach to the study of hair and scalp, they will offer advice based on your lifestyle, diet and health. On the other hand, our dermatologists are medical doctors who specialise in the skin around the entire human body, not just the scalp. Trichology is focused on your scalp health, this includes the science and structure of your hair as well as scalp conditions. Trichologists can help clients with everything from female and male pattern hair loss to symptoms of alopecia areata. All of our trichologists are members of the Institute of Trichologists.
What does a Trichologist do?
Trichologists are specialists in the science of the structure, function and diseases of the human hair and scalp. Trichologists will undergo training and clinical observation in order to be qualified, the typical reasons to visit a trichologist include hair loss, scalp problems and hair texture problems. They have the ability to diagnose and treat a number of conditions of the hair and scalp in both health and disease. They will be able to treat any type of hair including fine, medium, course or afro hair, as well as hair breakage, scalp conditions, hair loss in men, women and children.
Can a Trichologist Stop Hair Loss?
Trichologists can help to treat hair loss, hair thinning in men and women, patches of hair loss, scarring conditions, traction hair loss and hair that is manually pulled. There’s no real ‘cure’ for baldness but our trichologists can provide help and advice on how to improve your situation. They will give you a diagnosis and help to come up with a treatment plan that suits your requirements, we will carry out a consultation where we will thoroughly examine the scalp and take a full medical and lifestyle history analysis, take a look at past blood tests and request for new tests to be done.
What is Trichology?
Trichology is the scientific study of the hair and scalp, it stems from the Greek word ‘trichos’ that means hair and the suffix ‘ology’ that means ‘the study of’, a trichologist specialises in all matters relating to hair and scalp health. Trichology like other scientific specialisms will take a holistic approach to treatment, this involves taking into account lifestyle, diet and wellbeing as a whole, as well as the signs and symptoms present. Trichologists are concerned with treating and addressing both the medical and cosmetic side of the hair and scalp, this will range of severe hair and scalp disorders including scarring alopecia areata to your hairs’ general condition, texture, health and appearance.
What Type of Hair Treatments will a Trichologist Recommend?
A trichologist will need to carry out a consultation in order to find out the issue, this will involve assessing your medical history, they will consider any previous conditions that you’ve had that may contribute to your hair loss or scalp condition, they’ll also cover family history and genetics. Next, a trichologist will consider your diet and how this may be affecting your hair growth and condition, a lack of vitamins, iron, zinc and folic acid will stunt your hair growth, you’re hair is the last point of the body to get nutrients, so it’s important to consider this. Another factor that can affect hair growth includes stress, this is generally caused by major life events or trauma. Your lifestyle is something that will be assessed, whether you consume alcohol or if you smoke, they will also need to know your current hair care routine. The next part of the assessment may include a blood test, blood tests provide information about what is going on in your body, they may determine what’s causing your scalp discomfort and hair loss. Another essential part of the consultation is an examination, the trichologist will thoroughly examine your hair and scalp.
What’s the Difference between a Trichologist or a Dermatologist?
Trichologists are not medically qualified but are specialists in the scalp and hair, a dermatologist is a medical doctor who specialises in skin, all over the body, not just the scalp. Dermatologists within the NHS are under pressure of targets to see suspected skin cancer patients within a short time. If you wish to consult an NHS dermatologist about your scalp problem, you’re likely to have a long wait. Consulting a dermatologist under the NHS will require a referral from your GP, where you may consult a trichologist immediately and you don’t need a referral.
Can Trichologists Treat Alopecia?
Alopecia is a general term meaning hair loss and there may be many types and causes, most types of hair loss can be treated, however, some cannot, a qualified trichologist will be able to advise you further. For more information, contact FUE Clinics, our trichology team can answer any questions that you may have.

 

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