If you are concerned about hair loss but are looking for alternatives to hair transplant surgery, you’ll be pleased to know that there are many nonsurgical hair restoration solutions available today. Your hair-restoration doctor may recommend a variety of non-surgical options ranging from Read More
The Effects of Hormones and Stress in Hair Loss
Although heredity is by far the most common cause of balding in both men and women, sometimes the hair loss has less to do with genetics and more to do with factors such as a hormonal imbalance or stress. Thinning hair can serve as one of the first indications of a hormonal imbalance. For Read More
What Are the Main Causes of Alopecia?
Why me? That’s a question most men and women ask themselves when faced with alopecia, the clinical term for hair loss. Depending on the cause, hair loss can manifest itself in many different ways. It can occur gradually over time or all of a sudden. Just your scalp may be affected or your entire Read More
Which Vitamins Help with Hair Loss Treatment?
Just as your body depends on nutrients – including vitamins and minerals – to maintain optimal health, it also depends on specific vitamins and nutrients to maintain a healthy head of hair. Research shows that long-term daily intake of these hair-friendly supplements, and foods with these Read More
Female Hair Loss Treatments
Just like men, women can experience hair loss. Common causes include genetic loss (androgenetic alopecia), excessive pulling or tugging of hair in styling (Traction Alopecia), impulsive pulling (Trichotillomania), hormone imbalances, scarring of the scalp (Scarring Alopecia), medical Read More
Initial Hair Loss Consultation
Hair loss is a common problem that affects half of the male population and about a quarter of the female population all over the world. Usually the result of alopecia or male/female pattern baldness, hair loss typically affects hair in part of the head or the body. Many women begin to experience Read More
What Exactly Is Male Pattern Baldness?
Eighty-five percent of men will experience significant hair thinning, or male pattern baldness to some extent, once they reach the age of 50. Male pattern baldness, to put it simply, is hair loss in males. Also called androgenetic alopecia, it is the most common type of hair loss that affects Read More
Treating Female Hair Loss
Hair loss is not just an issue among males. In fact, a significant number of women – about one-third – suffer from hair loss at some point in their lives. As many as two-thirds of postmenopausal women experience thinning hair and balding. Hair loss can negatively impact a woman’s emotional health Read More
Nonsurgical Alternatives to Thicken Women’s Hair
As many as 30 million women across America suffer from hair loss, and the social stigma often drives them to extreme measures to hide or manage their hair loss. The various techniques available to men are often different from what is available for women, as each gender tends to experience hair loss Read More
What Is a Facial Hair Transplant and How Does It Work?
As boys come of age in today’s society, fathers teaching sons to shave is a rite of passage. It is during the onset of puberty, usually in the high school years, that those stray chin and upper-lip hairs usually begin to sprout on a boy’s face. Today’s stereotypical image of a “man’s Read More