Surgical and Nonsurgical Hair Restoration Treatments
Hair restoration is a journey, and everyone’s path is different. Finding solutions for your unique needs is critical to the long-term success of any comprehensive hair loss treatment plan.
Protect your hair follicles at risk for further or future decline with these options:
- Medical therapy
- Nutritional supplementation
- Photobiologic therapy (laser cap)
Renew miniaturized hair follicles with these options:
Restore bald and thinning areas with hair transplant surgery:
Nonsurgical treatments include the use of medications such as Rogaine® or Propecia®, nutritional supplements, and laser hair therapy that stimulates the hair to grow in thicker and grow for an extended period of time, so that hair is longer. We also provide cosmetic cover-up products and counseling.
Scalp injection therapies can be used to spur hair regrowth and improve recovery times for many patients. The injections may be used in conjunction with hair transplant surgery or on their own. In fact, numerous hair loss patients try this type of regenerative medicine as a first course of action toward their hair restoration goals. Dr. Niedbalski pioneered this therapy in the western US and has the most experience with these hair restoration therapies in the Pacific Northwest.
On the surgical side, hair transplants are an effective way to restore hair. The surgery takes hair, typically from the back of the head, and moves it to the area of hair loss. Relocating hair to a bald area does not change its ability to grow. Donor dominance – in which hair maintains the characteristics of where it was taken from, regardless of where it is transferred to – is the scientific basis for the success of hair transplants.
Dr. Robert Niedbalski and his team at Northwest Hair Restoration are proud to offer the latest advances in hair transplant surgery, including ultra-refined follicular unit hair transplantation (FUT), eyebrow transplants and facial hair transplants, among other surgical options.
Hair restoration doesn’t do anything to stop genetic hair loss from progressing. It’s important to assess the need for ongoing therapy to protect and/or renew nontransplanted hair follicles. Patients who incorporate one or more of these treatment options in their routine will have less hair loss over time and are happier with their hair restoration results.
Don’t put it off any longer – find out which hair restoration treatments can help you look your very best. Call us at (253) 572-2949 or use our convenient online appointment request form to schedule your free consultation today.