Diagnose your individual treatment needs with our comprehensive DSA system

Here at DHI Global Medical Group we recognize that the correct diagnosis is the basis for successful and permanent treatment. That is why we have developed a very sophisticated diagnostic system for hair loss, the DSA which includes the new Hair Biology Test.

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Why did we develop the DSA diagnostic system?


DHI research shows that 67.3% (about 3 out of 4) of men and women suffering from hair loss opted for treatment without a proper prior medical diagnosis.

Hair loss might appear with different patterns and because of several different causes. In order to help clear the confusion and to offer a complete medical diagnosis for all types of alopecia, for both male and female hair loss, DHI Medical Group invented the unique Diagnostic System for Alopecia (DSA)


DSA Diagnostic System and the Hair Biology Test

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

The DSA examines each case individually, including psychological aspects, dermatological examination, mathematical aspects of available hairs in donor area over a lifetime, the DHI alopecia test and the new Hair Biology Test before determining the appropriate treatment plan.

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

The HairBiology Test is extraordinary new aspect recently added to the DSA which provides answers as to whether oxidative stress has caused damage to the DNA in hair follicles of all those suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia.


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