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Chemical Peel Treatment in Washington



Chemical Peel Docs is the premiere resource for finding chemical peel specialists in Washington.

We provide a directory of specialists in WA specializing in treating sun damaged skin, brown "age" spots, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone, acne, superficial facial or acne scars, dry or flaky skin and rough skin texture through chemical peel treatment. If you have questions regarding tattoo removal or just want to learn more about the procedure, we invite you to contact one of our doctors for a private consultation.


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NW Laser & Skin Care Specialists, Inc. 12306 SE Mill Plain Blvd Suite 200, Vancouver, WA 98684 (360) 260-7069
Advanced Laser and Skin Clinics 2115 S 56th St Suite 310, Tacoma, WA 98409 (253) 617-0028
Skin and Body Spa 10530 19th Ave SE Ste 203, Everett, WA 98208 (425) 879-2660
Total Woman Spa & Salon 2310 Mildred St W Ste 100-A, Tacoma, WA 98466 (253) 565-0177
Island Medical Spa 3110 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA 98221 (360) 588-1480
Adagio Aesthetics 6200 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater, WA 98501 (360) 956-3405
Appassionato - Jerri Lien Skin Care 1404 Willows Rd E, Fife, WA 98424 (253) 250-2551
Barber Shop Sunnys 10227 Bridgeport Way SW, Lakewood, WA 98499 (253) 589-0332
Cloud Nine Skin Care Studio 112 Ohio St, Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 715-2382
Ear Nose Throat & Plastic Surgery 1609 S Meridian, Puyallup, WA 98371 (253) 841-0987
Ear Nose Throat & Plastic Surgery Associates 1427 Jefferson Ave, Enumclaw, WA 98022 (360) 825-9295
Eastside Primary Care & Wellness 1601 116TH AVE NE SUITE #111, Bellevue, WA 98004 (425) 467-1314
Idalis Medical Spa 520 Lilly Rd NE, Olympia, WA 98506 (888) 438-9549
Island Medical Spa 80 N Main St, Coupeville, WA 98239 (360) 678-9005
Kirkland Dermatology Associates 12333 NE 130th Ln Ste 330, Kirkland, WA 98034 (425) 899-3376
Louisville Laser 201 W Francis Ave, Spokane, WA 99205 (509) 482-0655
Nyte Surgical Arts 27539 MAPLE VALLEY BLACK DIAMOND RD SE - BLACK DIAMOND RD.SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038 (425) 413-6517
Olympic Plastic Surgery Center 2600 Cherry Ave, Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 479-4370
Olympic Surgical Association 3417 Harborview Dr, Gig Harbor, WA 98332 (253) 858-8030
Petrin James H Md 17000 140th Ave NE Unit 206, Woodinville, WA 98072 (425) 485-7985
Positive Reflections 10525 State Ave, Marysville, WA 98271 (360) 659-3223
Puyallup Dermatology Clinic PS 929 E Main Ste 210, Puyallup, WA 98372 (253) 841-2453
Remedy 450 1502 S Union Ave Ste 2, Tacoma, WA 98405 (253) 272-7192
SERENITY SKIN 911 7200 W NOB HILL BLVD#11, Yakima, WA 98902 (509) 910-6089
South Hill Laser Medi-Spa 3010 S Southeast Blvd, Spokane, WA 99223 (509) 533-1000
Spokane Skin Care Center 217 W Cataldo Ave, Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 789-5786
The Medical Spa 105 27th Ave SE, Puyallup, WA 98374 (253) 848-8110
Visions Hair Studio & Day Spa 390 NE Midway Blvd Suite A105, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 (360) 679-5059
Werschler Philip Dr 104 W 5th Ave, Spokane, WA 99204 (509) 624-1184
Westside Dermatology Skin Renewal & Laser Center 4740 44th Ave SW Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98116 (206) 937-8954

The Hair Growth Cycle in Good Health and Disease


by: Parsa Mohebi and William Rassman

A normal person loses about 100 hairs every day. “Why do we lose so many hairs every day” is a question that my patients frequently ask me. We re-grow about 100 new hairs a day which equals what we lose.

Every hair lives about 2 to 6 years. During this period hair goes through many physical and chemical insults. It is washed, dried, shampooed, conditioned, bleached, colored, and exposed to heat, cold and sun. Over time, some of these factors may affect the hair quality so constant recycling of the hair makes sense. There are three major phases in the hair cycle: Anagen, catagen and telogen.

Anagen (growth phase)

The anagen is the growth phase of hair. The hair follicle grows at an average rate of 0.35mm every day or almost 1 cm every month during this phase. Approximately 90-95 percent of scalp hairs are in anagen phase. The rate of hair growth may decrease with age and even the overall hair population may decrease as well. The duration of anagen phase dictates the final length of hair. Scalp hair continues to grow for 2 to 6 years. The growth phase is shorter in body and eyebrow hair (about one month), which explains why hair is shorter in these areas.

Catagen (involution phase)

Catagen starts when the anagen phase comes to an end. It usually lasts about 2-3 weeks. Catagen phase is the time cell division stops and the hair stops growing. During this phase, the hair follicle shrinks to about one sixth of its normal diameter. As the follicle root shrinks, dermal papilla (the active cell division center) breaks away and forms a club hair. Club hair rests below skin surface until the old hair falls out. Almost 1% of scalp hair is in catagen phase at any given time.

Telogen (Rest phase)

Telogen starts after catagen phase when most of normal activities of hair stop. Telogen phase for scalp hair last about 2-6 months and 5%-10% of hair is in this phase at any given moment. The number of hair follicles in telogen phase varies in different locations and it could be as high as 50-80% in some areas such as eyebrow, eyelash, and body hair. During this phase the club hair generally stays in place until next anagen phase, and falls out before the new hair is about to spout. In a normal non-balding person, about 100 telogen hairs are expected to shed each day. Some factors, such as mechanical traction, hormonal changes and stress can accelerate telogen hair fall.

Altered Hair Cycle

Normal hair growth cycle may be altered by physiologic changes or diseases. Telogen effluvium is a hair shedding state, which could be seen after childbirth, extreme dieting, anemia and sever blood loss. Telogen effluvium causes hair loss by disruption of the anagen phase and forcing a large number of hair follicles into telogen. This condition is almost always reversible and usually improves over a period of weeks to months. Telogen effluvium commonly occurs after childbirth when the level of pregnancy hormones drops. Anagen hair is pushed to telogen phase in large numbers.

Sever fever can increase hair loss through facilitating loss of club hairs in telogen phase. It usually happens as early as 2 months after sever fever. Stress can cause diffuse hair loss through different mechanisms. Stress related hair loss could be due to restriction of anagen phase, induction of telogen phase, or a combination of both. Hair shedding could be seen as early as 2 weeks after the stressful event and is usually reversible.

Many medications have been blamed for hair loss. Medications that are used for chemotherapy halt hair growth by suppressing anagen phase. Most other medications cause hair loss because of inducing a telogen effluvium.

The mechanism of male pattern baldness is through shortening of anagen cycles progressively in genetically susceptible follicles. The hair follicle gradually becomes miniaturized and during this process it gets replaced by thinner and lighter ones. Knowing hair growth cycle can help us understand why we lose hair every day, when this hair loss is not normal and what we can do about it.

Authors: Parsa Mohebi, M.D. and William Rassman, M.D.

Dr. Parsa Mohebi is a staff surgeon at the New Hair Institute. His goal for hair transplantation is to restore hair in a natural style using the most modern surgical approach. He did his internship in University of North Dakota followed by residency in surgery in University of New Mexico and York Hospital.

Dr. Mohebi performed research into on wound healing and hair growth at the Department of Surgical Sciences at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. The research project focused on growth factors and gene therapy for improvements in wound healing. Included in the research were projects that were applicable for use in hair restoration. He is enthusiastic at the potential for scarless surgery and in the techniques for revising surgical scars. Dr. Mohebi is an editor on baldingblog.com.

To get answers to your hair loss questions visit http://www.baldingblog.com or check http://www.newhair.com to get more info on hair restoratioin techniques.




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