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Proper diagnosis,

effective treatment

 

 

At DHI Scotland we use the advanced DSA hair loss diagnostic system, because we believe that the correct diagnosis is one of the most important factors that play a role in the effective treatment of hair loss

 

 

 

 

 

 

The reason we developed the DSA diagnostic system

We investigated and learned that the staggering 67.3% of men and women with hair loss problems, underwent treatment practices without obtaining proper diagnosis.

The DHI Medical Group developed the DSA baldness diagnosis system, to offer men and women comprehensive diagnosis in every type and form of hair loss and alopecia, as later to be effective and proportionate treatment.

 

 

67.3%

 

 

Graph of the aspects included in the DSA in order to determine the appropriate treatment plan; Psychological, Mathematical, Medical, Artistic aspects.

 
 

DSA: Psychological, Mathematical, Dermatologic examination and DHI Alopecia TestDHI experts applying DSA, the diagnostic system which provides accurate and personalized diagnosis for male and female alopecia (hair loss).

DSA was developed by a team of world renowned experts to provide accurate and
personalized diagnosis for all types of alopecia – hair and scalp disorders.

DSA examines each specific case individually, including psychological aspects,
dermatological examination, mathematical aspects and the DHI alopecia test;
before determining the appropriate treatment plan.

A team of DHI experts that include administrative consultant, dermatologist,
plastic surgeon, psychologist and endocrinologist are involved in the diagnostic
process, according to each patient’s needs. A scientific board compiled of
internationally renowned medical experts supervises and approves every
treatment plan

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Doctor at DHI Medical Group examines patient using UDSA, a sophisticated diagnostic system for correct diagnosis of hair loss.Reserve your FREE diagnosis

At DHI Scotland we recognize that the correct diagnosis is the basis for successful and permanent treatment. That is why we have developed a very unique diagnostic system for male and female alopecia (Hair loss), the DSA.
 
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The reason we developed the DSA diagnostic system

We investigated and learned that the staggering 67.3% of men and women with hair loss problems, underwent treatment practices without obtaining proper diagnosis.

The DHI Medical Group developed the DSA baldness diagnosis system, to offer men and women comprehensive diagnosis in every type and form of hair loss and alopecia, as later to be effective and proportionate treatment.

67.3%

 

Proper diagnosis,

effective treatment

 

 

At DHI Scotland we use the advanced DSA hair loss diagnostic system,

because we believe that the correct diagnosis is one of the

most important factors that play a role in the effective treatment of hair loss

 

 

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DSA: Psychological, Mathematical, Dermatologic examination and DHI Alopecia Test

DSA was developed by a team of world renowned experts to provide accurate and personalized diagnosis for all types of alopecia – hair and scalp disorders.

DSA examines each specific case individually, including psychological aspects, dermatological examination, mathematical aspects and the DHI alopecia test; before determining the appropriate treatment plan.

A team of DHI experts that include administrative consultant, dermatologist, plastic surgeon, psychologist and endocrinologist are involved in the diagnostic process, according to each patient’s needs. A scientific board compiled of internationally renowned medical experts supervises and approves every treatment plan

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