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What causes hair loss?

Hair loss is a problem which affects many people of all ages.

The only long-term solution: Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is the only long-term solution to hair loss. Pills and drug therapies can be used “on a permanent basis” to slow the process of hair loss. The effect normally dwindles almost immediately once therapy ends or medication is stopped.

Hair loss is a problem affecting a wide range of people of all ages. Hair loss is completely natural: The average person loses between 50 and 100 hairs per day, a small number compared to the circa. 100,000 hair on our heads. When you suddenly discover a substantial amount of hair in your comb or on your pillow, it could be the first sign of hair loss. Predominantly men suffer from sparse hair growth und common baldness, but women can also be affected.

Hair loss is a big problem for many men. There are clear causes which are linked to the genetic systems of humans, such as age, but there are also other triggers for non-genetic hair loss. Physical stress and emotional stress, sickness and a number of other influences, such as medications, thyroid disorders, skin infections, hormones — even malnutrition or crash diets could bring about hair loss. Few men are lucky enough to carry a full head of hair into old age. Common balding can even begin as early as puberty, but as a rule instead normally occurs in later life. If your “maternal grandfather” had full, thick hair all the way into old age, it does not mean (contrary to commonly-held belief) that you will also have a wonderful head of hair in your old age. Your mother’s father’s hair is no clear indication for the future of your hair since your genes are inherited from both your mother and father. Even if there is until today no history of hair loss in your family, you could still lose more hair in the future than you may prefer.

Two-thirds of Austrian men suffer from noticeable hair loss, just like their German counterparts over the age of 35. At the age of 50 years, 85% have clearly thinning hair. More than 95% of hair loss in men is androgenetic alopecia, otherwise known as male pattern baldness. The term androgenetic alopecia can be loosely translated to “hair loss through male hormones”. If the hair follicles in the area of the forehead and on the crown of the head are sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestosterone  (DHT), this leads to baldness. This then brings about the infamous “receding hairline”, which, as time goes by, is connected with baldness. In such cases, the hair becomes thinner and its condition increasingly deteriorates with time until the hair suddenly completely falls out. Healthy hair follicles that are resistant to DHT generally remain on the sides and back of the head.

Hair loss – emotional stress for those affected

Although hair loss causes almost no physical harm, it can nevertheless be the trigger of emotional stress for those affected, including, but not limited to, shock. Sometimes the hair loss is also accompanied by a direct influence on the social life of the person involved. People whose careers put them in the public eye could even experience negative consequences in their working life thanks to hair loss.

Statistics, as well as countless conversations with those affected by hair loss, show us that until today, people had to in one way or the other come to terms with the issue of baldness, as operative methods had been out of the question for these patients.

The ARTAS robotic hair transplantation now enables us to also offer these patients the option of hair transplantation. That it’s now possible to approve hair transplantation for these patients is all thanks to the gentle hair extraction technique of the ARTAS robot (a minimally-invasive technique). It’s clear from countless discussions that these patients are within a matter of minutes able to affirm their long-considered dream of hair transplantation. To finally have full hair in their balding patches again, and put an end to years of suffering. To feel young, active and vital.

Have you also noticed that your hairline is receding, that you are losing by far more hair than is normal?

Those who suffer from hair loss sometimes ask the questions …

  • „How far will it go?“
  • „When will it stop?“
  • „How will I look in the next years?“
  • „Do I want to look like that?“

With men, the hair first begins to fall out at the hairline (the forehead) and on the crown of the head. Most people first seek out a doctor, even if there are already clearly visible signs of hair loss, and these people receive hair-related comments from friends, work colleagues and all those around them due to the first signs of balding. Then, most ask the question, “What can be done to reverse hair loss?”

Dr. Peter Lisborg & the ARTAS hair transplantation method can also help you to turn back the hands of time by years.

No scars

on the back of the head

No stretching

of the scalp

The ARTAS Robot

The highly-precise ARTAS Robot can, even in a few minutes, convince patients to go the ARTAS way.


Dr. Peter Lisborg has more than 18 years’ experience in cosmetic and aesthetic surgery, including 10 years experience in hair transplantation.


As an internationally respected surgeon with many international distinctions in the area of aesthetic surgery, Dr. Peter Lisborg recognized the great advantages of the ARTAS method and bought the ARTAS Robot for robot-assisted hair transplantation to Klagenfurt an den Wörthersee, Austria for his patients.

Your wishes and goals are our mission: That you can once again have full, natural hair in areas of baldness.

Das Nordwood-Schema

Stage I

No visible hair loss

Stage II

Hair loss begins on the front of the forehead and at the temples

Stage III

Light hair loss at the temple, forehead and crown of the head.

Stage IV

Clearly worsening loss of hair on the crown, above the temples and the forehead.

Stage V

Hair loss from the forehead to the crown and the upper areas on the back of the head is clearly highly-developed

Stage VI

Highly advanced hair loss all the way to the hair on the back of the head. Even at this stage, the transplantation of hair from the area on the back of the head can still be used for your own hair implants.

Modified Norwood-Hamilton Model