THE VERITAS APPROACH
At Veritas, on top of providing FDA approved treatments for AGA, emphasis is placed on improving overall scalp health, because good hair growth starts with a healthy scalp. We believe in combining evidence based treatments together with effective home products and in-house treatments, to best address male pattern hair loss.
In-house scalp care treatments remove excess sebum that plugs hair follicles, before a PDRN scalp infusion to repair scalp tissue and improve cell turnover is delivered. This can be combined with Fotona Hair Restart Laser rejuvenation treatment that stimulates hair follicles to enter the anagen growth phase. Our scalp treatments at Veritas are paired with LED light therapy to optimise recovery and reduce associated downtime. Soli-lite, our choice LLLT delivery system, uses monochromatic LEDs which offer enhanced power and a steady wavelength of light.
Individuals with more severe hair loss may be suitable for a FUE hair transplant. By redistributing healthy hairs that are plentiful at the back of the scalp to more deficient areas, FUE effectively restores the hairline and gives one a natural-looking head full of hair that is long-lasting. In our team, we have on board experienced and competent hair restoration specialists who are excellent at designing natural looking hairlines to suit your face shape. As with other minimally invasive treatments, after a proper medical history and scalp examination is carried out to assess your suitability for an FUE transplant, blood testing is done to ensure that your scalp is in an optimised condition prior to the procedure.
FUE transplant results are maintained and improved on by our complementary in-house treatments. PDRN scalp infusion and Fotona hair Restart laser that are done before an FUE transplant improves hair density and scalp health, such that fewer hair follicles are required to achieve a good cosmetic outcome. Post transplant, treatments are recommended to maintain the transplanted follicles, improve follicle survival, and prevent AGA from progressing.