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We are proud to provide the best services in the field of dermatology with the most advanced technologies of the world. We have a unique and knowledgeable tea of technicians, medical assistants, physicians and dermatologists. Our specialists have vast experience in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of skin diseases , skin rejuvenation, and cosmetics treatments . Our specialists are always at the forefront of any dermatological developments which could benefit patients in their need and care. Our clinic is equipped with FDA(USA) and CE (European) approved devices from the most reputable American and European companies. We ensure that all necessary measures are taken to provide patient comfort during any clinical procedure. We have a long history of customer care and experience as Nilforoushzadeh's clinic is the first hair transplant center in Iran.

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Androgenic alopecia is a genetic condition that can affect both men and women. This condition is called male pattern baldness in men and hair loss can be seen as early as in the teenage years or in the early 20s. It's characterized by a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown and frontal scalp. Women with this condition, called female pattern baldness, don't experience noticeable thinning until their 40s or later. Women experience a general thinning over the entire scalp with the most extensive hair loss at the crown. Under physiological conditions, this genetic condition is present in both sexes but its concentration is higher in men. In women, androgens are precursors of female sex hormones and are converted to estrogens. The major role in the pathogenesis of androgenic alopecia is played by the metabolite dihydrotestosterone. In both men and women with a genetic predisposition, DHT binds to specific androgen receptors. Androgen-sensitive hair follicles are either over-stimulated or inhibited depending on the part of the body in women with genetic predisposition. Androgen levels in these women may be elevated or remained as normal. It should be noted that the hair around the ears and on the scalp’s posterior is known as the ‘donor’s hair bank’. This area is not sensitive to the hormone and will not shed in the event of a hair transplant as it is not dependent on androgen hormone stimulation.