Despite clear findings may have different hair Urash. In addition to a possible familial predisposition disease, accidental injury, surgery or radiation therapy, the reason for the hair loss can be. Understanding is therefore a professional diagnosis. Dermatologists and skin university hospitals can provide information on the identity of the various forms of hair loss is and what treatment options exist. A widely used form, is not the only affected but are mostly men, androgenetic alopecia. Hereditary and hormonal, there is pronounced receding hairline, the hairline and hair loss reduction in the rear Tonsurbereich. The fringe of hair remains, however, usually get, because the hair follicles there is much less sensitive. This is the starting point of modern hair transplantation, which leads through intelligent redistribution back to natural hair growth permanently. The development in recent years has been enormous. Thanks to microsurgical techniques, it is possible, hair follicles from non -to remove the bodies concerned and replant them in bald spots. The results are convincing with such naturalness that more and more men and women decide to make this cosmetic treatment. In America, these are 450,000 people per year. In Germany, we are still somewhat cautious, but even here there are about 4,000 hair transplants that are performed annually. Even celebrities use the new facilities. Professional specialists to achieve the best results of course. These specialists are doctors and their assistants, who are already over the years to deal with the topic. Every day they perform transplants and provide high quality aesthetic results. The best part is that a transplanted hair follicle produces hair healthy all her life, the person concerned is thus helped in the long run! The convincing result: After the superficial wound healing phase is completed, the implanted hair follicles to produce new and healthy hair and after only two to three months.The new hair can then be cut and styled as usual. To which the carrier has just lust. An article by Jens Wolters,