Creating a natural and masculine hairline is one of the primary goals when we treat male pattern baldness. That's why we take a careful and methodical approach.
Picking a hair transplant surgeon involves looking at their training and credentials in restoring hair that has been lost. These tips will allow you to pick an ideal specialist near you.
Hair restoration surgery specialists make special considerations for African American patients given the nature of their hair and hair follicles and the potential for keloid scars.
The hair loss doctors at True and Dorin discuss the effectiveness of essential oils for reversing hair loss.
Hair loss at the back of the head tends to be caused by alopecia areata (spot baldness) and scalp trauma rather than male pattern balding.
Lupus can lead to temporary hair loss. Hair regrowth will occur after successful treatment, so medical treatments and hair restoration surgery is often unnecessary.
Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can lead to hair loss, which is why having a healthy diet rich in iron, zinc, vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and so on is crucial for having a full head of hair.
Side effects of follicular unit transplantation (FUT) surgery include discomfort, shock loss (temporary hair loss), swelling, and scalp numbness.
Female Pattern Hair Loss, commonly referred to as “FPHL,” is caused by genetics and it happens more often than you think. It affects woman starting as early as their 20’s but commonly develops during a woman’s menopause years.
Hypopituitarism refers to issues with the hormones secreted by the pituitary gland. One symptom of this is hair loss.