Claudia McGloin has set up a Minor Surgery Clinic.

Claudia has completed a Minor Surgery Course in London which will see her take on the role as Nurse Consultant and will be able to perform Minor Surgical Procedures at the clinic.

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Removal of Sebaceous Cysts

Claudia has completed a Minor Surgery Course in London which will see her take on the role as Nurse Consultant and will be able to perform Minor Surgical Procedures at the clinic.

Removal of Lipomas

Claudia has completed a Minor Surgery Course in London which will see her take on the role as Nurse Consultant and will be able to perform Minor Surgical Procedures at the clinic.

Removal of Moles

Claudia has completed a Minor Surgery Course in London which will see her take on the role as Nurse Consultant and will be able to perform Minor Surgical Procedures at the clinic.

Female Hair Loss Explained

A man may expect to lose hair as he gets older, especially if his father, uncles, or other near relatives had male-pattern baldness. A woman does not generally expect to lose hair even if there is a history of hair loss in male or female relatives. There has been a general belief that thinning hair and baldness is a ‘male thing’.

The fact is, many women do experience hair loss at young to middle age and the incidence of the most common type of female hair loss (female androgenetic alopecia) seems to be increasing [Norwood OT. Incidence of female androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness). Dermatol Surg 2001; 27:53-54.].

Other causes of female hair loss include thyroid disease, low iron levels, hormonal imbalance etc.

Treatment of Female Hair Loss

Many women today recognise the reality of hair loss and choose to do something about it by seeking hair restoration treatment or procedures. It is recommended that the patient seeks the advice of a doctor or nurse who specialises in the field of hair loss.

The New You Clinic offer Dracula Therapy (PRP) Platelet Rich Plasma for Hairloss but we can refer patients on should they wish to have a Hair Transplant.

Male Hair Loss Explained

Premature balding is a disheartening condition which affects both men and women. A person’s appearance is an integral part of their identity, in both how others see them and how they see themselves. Hair loss can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety for the individual. It can lower their self-esteem and their confidence in dealing with others and the public.

Wishing to restore your own, growing, natural hair should not be considered vain. A person who is losing their hair looks older because hair loss is associated with age and accentuates the signs of age including facial lines and wrinkles.

If hair loss affects your self-esteem, then the decision to do something about it makes sense.

Causes of Male Hair Loss

The most common cause of hair loss is inheritance. Men and women inherit hair loss from either or both parents. Certain hair follicles contain receptors sensitive to the hormone ‘Dihydrotestosterone’ (DHT). This hormone is a by-product of testosterone which surges at puberty.

Fortunately, in the vast majority of cases those follicles at the back and sides of the head do not contain the receptor sensitive to DHT and therefore last a lifetime even when transplanted to a different area.

The New You Clinic offer Dracula Therapy (PRP) Platelet Rich Plasma for Hairloss but we can refer patients on should they wish to have a Hair Transplant.