Hair Loss and the Appearance of Aging

The perception of hair loss as a cosmetic "defect" influences the way in which both men and women may be assessed, but it is often a detriment to women more than to men.  Bald men are viewed as a "Mr. Big" image but for women, thinning hair is an age-related cosmetic detriment.

Understanding Someone Else's Hair Transplant

Understanding the reasons for someone else's hair transplantation should be no different than understanding the reasons for someone else's elective medical procedure.
 

Hair Transplantation After Age 50: Excellent Results are the Rule in Older Patients

Older men with hair loss can be confident that age, in itself, does not exclude them from having hair transplantation. Men are seldom "too old" to consider hair transplantation as a treatment for hair loss.

Men 50 years old and older can usually expect excellent results from first-time hair transplantation. Excellent results are common in men age 70 and older who decide to have hair transplantation late in life.

When the Time is Right for Hair Transplantation

Hair Transplantation Brings Out the Best in You

Correction of hair loss has high public acceptance; it is not regarded as a "vanity" procedure but rather as a procedure that improves self-confidence as well as the way in which one is perceived by others.
 

It's Okay to Say NO to Hair Loss & YES to Hair Restoration

The 21st Century man accepts hair restoration as a 'normal' response to a 'normal' effect of being a male.  Men don't have to live with a cosmetically unacceptable condition when science and medicine offer ways to eliminate it.
 

Hair Under the Microscope

Examining hair fibers with sophisticated chemical analysis and powerful microscopes, they discovered more about the complex structure of hair and more about the properties that differentiate hair into “ethnic” categories.

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