Esthetic Trichology

Trichoscopic examination of the scalp


The first step towards effective treatment of baldness.


The TrichoLAB laboratory specializes in trichoscopic scans and analyzes the results of these tests, which aim to diagnose hair disorders. Accurate diagnosis of hair loss is a first step towards effective treatment of hair loss.

  • Image analysis of the most modern method.
  • Non-invasive method does not require hair loss.
  • Digital recording allows you to analyze changes over time.
  • Diagnosis is the key to effective treatment.


For patients – treatment of baldness

If you are struggling with excessive hair loss and are looking for professional help in baldness, use our list of partner dermatology clinics below. Dermatologists who specialize in them will perform a trichoscopic examination of the scalp and will be able to recommend appropriate treatment on this basis.



Trichoscopy is a digital hair testing method based on videodermoscopy. The most commonly used magnifications are magnification 20x and 70x magnification. Trichoscopy is rated for hair stems, hair follicles and the surrounding skin. The method makes it possible to assess these without the need for hair loss (non-invasive).


During the camera examination, the hair and scalp appear in three areas: frontal, temporal and occipital. At each location, the doctor performs 4 pictures. Depending on conditions and clinical suspicion, the test is performed with or without fluid (“dry”).


Trichoscopy allows different types of baldness, especially androgenic, with chronic telogen baldness, to be identified and diagnosed for dystrophic, residual, and broken hair. This method also allows you to evaluate the activity of such inflammatory diseases as lupus scabies (LPP) and dizziness (DLE).


Trichoscopy allows for an objective assessment of the effectiveness of the therapy, which in many cases is very important to the patient because of the psychosomatic dimension of many scalp dermatoses.

Alopecia – causes and treatments for excessive hair loss


Hair loss is a physiological process that is present in every person’s life. Every day we lose our hair and every day new hair starts to grow on our skin. Only in the case of excessive hair loss are we talking about baldness.


In Latin, hair loss is referred to as “alopecia”.

Excessive hair loss is observed in various conditions associated with specific scalp diseases but also appears physiologically correct (such as postpartum alopecia). Only the scale of the phenomenon decides in such cases to consider it as or not.


Alopecia may be a result of genetic predisposition or a result of environmental factors. The first group includes androgenetic alopecia, which is undoubtedly the most common type of alopecia. Examples of diseases in the second group may be drug baldness or as a result of exposure to toxic chemicals.


There are many diseases in which baldness is primary, that is, the primary disease that is attacked by the disease process is the hair follicle. Sometimes we observe secondary alopecia in which the hair follicles are attracted “to a disease process that may originally affect other skin structures.


Reducing the amount of hair sometimes does not result from falling out, and is merely a result of increased tendency to crumble or break.


Apart from the often mentioned androgenetic alopecia, telogen baldness, alopecia areata, alopecia alopecia, alopecia areata, and hair loss associated with the destruction of beauty procedures (chemical, thermal, traction). Some less common forms of baldness are difficult to diagnose but even to notice.


It is typical for some form of excessive hair loss that the patient visits many more specialists before the correct diagnosis is made.


Proper diagnosis is a key moment in the process of effective treatment. This is particularly important for those types of baldness where it is possible to restore the condition of the hair.


The course of the visit


to the clinic

The patient accurately describes the problem, explains why he reported to the clinic and what results he expected.



treatment plan

A specialist doctor arranges a special, customized treatment plan and presents it to the patient.




The next step is to prepare for the first treatment and carry it out.




The patient is under the control of a specialist who determines how many treatments must be carried out to achieve the end result.

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