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Mrs Belinda Asafo-Agyei

Certified Registered Trichologist and Member of ART, ITC and CIT

Areas of Speciality:

  • Afro-curly hair 

  • Innovative hair loss treatments 

  • Green cosmetic products (no controversial ingredients used) 

  • Hair replacement systems 

  • Nutrition  

  • Mixed texture hair

  • Asian

  • Caucasian

  • Children’s hair management

  • Extension

  • Camouflage

  • Wigs

What is Trichology?

Trichology is the scientific study of hair and scalp disorders. A trichologist is someone who has specialised in the science of hair and scalp and is able to diagnose conditions which affect hair and scalp. A trichologist will be able to provide some in-clinic treatments (such as those for scaly scalp conditions) and will be able to educate the patient about their condition(s) and make recommendations for treatments and other specialists to consult to help treat or cure their hair and scalp conditions. 

What is the Procedure?

Initial Consultation

Book an initial consultation. The consultation typically takes 30 to 60 minutes depending on the complexity of the concerns. You also have a choice of either filling in and returning a pre-consultation form or a free 10 minute phone call so we can assess your concerns and decide if a Trichology Consultation at Trinity Trichology Clinic is what would serve you best. 

Trichology is a holistic discipline, so the trichologist will be asking you a wide variety of questions on your medical and family history, hair care regimen, current medical status (are you currently being treated for any diagnosed conditions, etc), dietary and lifestyle practices. 

The consultation also includes a manual and microscopic (using trichoscopy) investigation to help in the diagnosis of your condition(s). For more info on common scalp issues click here. 

 

The trichologist may recommend specific blood tests for you to do (through your GP or private clinic) in order to help with the diagnosis. Once you have received the results, the trichologist will be able to analyse them and give you feedback in a follow-up consultation. A prognosis and recommendations are made where appropriate. 

Treatment Plan
Recommendation

Once the trichology consultation is complete, depending on your diagnosis a treatment plan will be offered. A treatment plan can range anywhere from 1 to 12 months, depending on the severity of your diagnosis. 

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Follow Up
Consultation

We will then periodically schedule follow up consultations to ensure that the treatment is working and make modifications if is is required.

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