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Dandruff Treatment

Dandruff is harmless, but it can be embarrassing and inconvenient. It is basically flaking skin on the scalp that causes itching. Symptoms of this common complaint tend to worsen in dry winter conditions with lower humidity and may improve during the summer.

Dandruff is a byproduct of dead skin cells appearing on your scalp. While a small amount of dandruff is perfectly normal, an excessive or noticeable amount of dandruff may be a course for concern for some people.

What Causes Dandruff?

The most common underlying reason for dandruff is dry skin resulting from dry air. A frequent cause is seborrhea dermatitis, basically an oily scalp condition that may contain an abundance of yeast and leads to large white flakes or yellow scales from the uneven shedding and clumping of dead skin cells. Scalp eczema and psoriasis can also contribute to flaking and inflammation on the scalp that appear like dandruff, and cause patients’ scalps to itch.

Dandruff can also stem from the overgrowth of a yeast (malessezia) that is found on healthy scalps. It feeds on oils produced by your scalp, and excessive levels can cause itching and flaking.

Babies can be affected by a form of dandruff called cradle cap. Seen most often in newborns and during infancy, this condition involves a yellow or white scaling scalp and some crusting. It is harmless, and generally resolves within the baby’s first year.

Hair Care and Treatment for Dry Hair and Scalp

To prevent itching, keep your scalp moisturized with a conditioner or by applying a wet towel on the affected area. For dry hair and scalp, oil (like coconut, tea tree, or castor oil) can also be used as topical treatments to hydrate the scalp. Hair products containing menthol can also be applied to reduce irritation. It may also be necessary to limit using a blow dryer (or other hot tools) on your hair to keep your scalp from itching.

If you have thin or thinning hair, scalp psoriasis breakouts can be even more difficult to cover up. While you can’t completely prevent psoriasis breakouts, you can manage the condition. There are a variety of ways you can treat scalp psoriasis. Talk with your doctor about ways to manage your stress level, alcohol intake, medications, and other changes in your health.

At Delight Clinic, we can assess the severity of your psoriasis and determine the best treatment options.

Anti-Dandruff Treatment in Delight Clinic

Dandruff is a form of eczema that commonly affects the scalp but can also appear on other areas of the body, such as the ears, chest, and face. The most common symptom of dandruff is flakes of dead skin and, like psoriasis, it can vary in severity, though it does not cause hair loss.

Dandruff can be caused by a number of medical conditions, such as immune disorders; cold weather; switching to a new shampoo or conditioner; and even chemotherapy. Patients suffering from dandruff have a number of treatment options available to them based on their severity.

Scalp Problems We Treat

At Delight Clinic, we pride ourselves on being the leading hair loss experts throughout the Gurgaon/NCR. Thousands of patients from all over India and also from other countries visit our clinic in Gurgaon every year just to receive comprehensive treatment from our highly skilled and experienced hair loss technicians and physicians. As a result, we’ve treated not only a large variety of different hair types, but we’ve also treated an extensive list of hair and scalp problems, including the following:

Oily Scalp Hair Loss

Many people are unaware of the fact that suffering from an extremely oily scalp without applying any measures or treatment can cause your hair to fall out. This is because excessive buildup of oil on your scalp can block proper nutrients and proteins from reaching your hair follicles. Without receiving these essential nutrients, your hair follicles will dry up and cease to function normally, which means that they won’t be able to provide your hair strands with the nutrients they require to remain strong and healthy. Eventually, your individual hair strands will become dry and brittle, which will cause them to break apart and fall out more frequently. Since your hair follicles have become inactive by this point, the chances of the damaged hair strands being replaced are very slim. This can result in oily scalp hair loss and increasing bald spots throughout your scalp.

Dry, Flaky Scalp

An extremely dry scalp leads to intense itchiness, redness, flaking in the form of dandruff, and in some cases, rashes. A dry scalp, also known as psoriasis, doesn’t directly cause hair to fall out, but light or aggressive scratching at your scalp to alleviate itchiness does. Certain dry, flaky scalp treatments can exacerbate your hair loss, so it’s recommended that you speak to a hair loss specialist before trying any over-the-counter treatment options yourself. They can thoroughly examine the condition of your scalp and hair and make useful treatment or product recommendations based on your specific case.

What qualifies as too much dandruff?

If you notice white flakes falling from your scalp every time you move your head, then this is a sign that your scalp is extremely dry and requires immediate attention. In some cases, using a topical cream or special dandruff-fighting shampoo and conditioner could bring some relief. However, there are some instances in which severe dandruff treatment shampoo may be necessary to combat those embarrassing white flakes.

Scalp Psoriasis

As mentioned, scalp psoriasis is typically characterized by extreme itchiness, redness, and flakiness. This is a fairly common condition that can affect any part of the body and can lead to hair loss due to excessive and uncomfortable itchiness. The condition itself doesn’t cause hair loss, but the act of aggressively scratching the same area of skin repeatedly can lead to irritation and eventually damage the hair follicles. Depending on the severity of the condition, your doctor can make a variety of treatment recommendations to suit your needs, including scalp psoriasis shampoo.

Types of Scalp Treatments We Offer

Hair and scalp treatment has come a very long way over the past few decades. There are currently numerous treatment methods and options available that are designed to cater to the needs of individual patients. Some people may require no more than topical creams, shampoos, or conditioners to treat their form of hair loss. Others may need to undergo more extreme measures such as getting a hair transplant to remedy the problem. It all depends on what type of hair loss the patient is experiencing.

At Delight Clinic, we offer all natural hair-loss treatments containing different herbs and vitamins, as well as low-level laser therapy used to stimulate hair growth with dim lasers that are applied directly to the surface of the skin. All our solutions are safe and have no side effects.

Dandruff Treatment – Frequently Asked Questions

When does the hair begin growing?

The transplanted hair generally shed within 2 to 6 weeks after the surgery as roots enter in resting phase. Within three to eight months, transplanted roots start sprouting hair. It takes ten to twelve months to have denser hair as hair continue to mature and thicken gradually. Once transplanted hair begin to grow, it will continue to do so for lifetime.

Can I use body hair for transplant?

Body hair transplantation can be successfully used either alone or in combination with scalp hair in advanced grades of baldness, for improving the cosmetic appearance of hairlines and in scarring alopecia when there is paucity of donor scalp hair.

Is body hair transplant successful?

Although the survival rate is low as compared to other transplant procedures, it is the only method for some patients. After being transplanted to the scalp, it has been seen that the body hairs change their structure to adjust to the head hair. Generally, these hairs turn out to be longer and straighter.

Can pubic hair be transplanted to head?

Pubic hair can be used as donor hair in hair transplant surgery. You must have a compelling reason to want to do this. Pubic hair can be used as donor hair in hair transplant surgery. You must have a compelling reason to want to do this.