My Experience with Hair Transplants
I began performing hair transplants in the 1970s because of so many requests from patients. At that time the only option was what was called “plugs,” and each plug was 5 mm (millimeters) in diameter and contained from 8 to 10 hair follicles.
The plug grafts did take, but they looked very unnatural and this was because a 5 mm space had to ...Continue Reading →
VARIOUS HAIR TRANSPLANT USES & HAIR LOSS CAUSES
MALE PATTERN BALDNESS
Naturally, the first use you would think of for hair transplant would be for male pattern baldness (MPB). This is the typical receding hairline with or without thinning or balding of the crown (the top near the back). It is the gold standard for male pattern baldness providing the patient is a good candidate. A good candidate would be someone with an adequate donor site, where the grafts ...Continue Reading →
Trending Hair Restoration include this Top Hair Loss Treatment
Do you suffer from hair loss? Are you suffering from hair loss, and had no success with home hair-growth remedies? Are you considering a Hair Transplant but want to try one more thing that might be effective and does not come via UPS from Amazon.com? There’s a solution that works for the right patient. Introducing a non-surgical hair loss treatment that causes no side effects and is all natural: PRP ...Continue Reading →
Treating Hair Loss
I always had an interest in hair restoration and treating hair loss early in my practice. The reason is that hair loss affects about 35 million men and 21 million women in the United States alone. Over 40% of men will have noticeable hair loss by age 35, and 65% of women will have significant hair loss by age 60.
Originally, however, hair transplants were with “plugs” with 10-12 hairs ...Continue Reading →