It is important to understand the normal hair growth cycle to understand why hair loss occurs.
If you have been using an over-the-counter hair restoration treatment that “guarantees” to stop hair loss and stimulate growth, you need to know about the direct-to-consumer products that promise to stop hair loss and stimulate growth of new hair.
For candidates who temporarily or permanently unable to grow hair and therefore not candidates for transplantation or want to avoid any type of surgical procedure, the answer may be nonsurgical hair addition or replacement.
Hair grooming and styling are the final steps in giving a person the desired appearance after surgical hair restoration.
Restoration of your hairline is something that both you and your physician hair restoration specialist will want to "get right". The best hairline recreated by transplantation or other hair restoration surgery is one that blends with your other facial features and does not call attention to itself as a unique facial feature.
Alopecia reduction-also called scalp reduction-is a surgical hair restoration procedure that (1) surgically removes bald scalp, and (2) stretches hair-bearing scalp upward to replace bald scalp that has been removed.