Platelet-Rich Plasma is a procedure to enhance healing and hair growth after hair transplantation.
One of the consequences of our individuality is the way we see ourselves—our self-image, how we perceive ourselves and how we hope and strive to be perceived by other people. One of the consequences of our individuality is the way we see ourselves—our self-image, how we perceive ourselves and how we hope and strive to be perceived by other people.
Early signs of hair loss are difficult to interpret in women. There are a number of causes to be considered for hair loss in women.
The gold standard for making a choice is approval of a product by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for use in treating hair loss. The most effective use of hair restoration medication is under the supervision of a physician hair restoration specialist.
Well-balanced dietary intake is essential for cells in hair follicles that produce hair and cycle hair through its anagen-telogen-catagen phases. A diet that is severely deficient in essential nutrients, or deficient in essential nutrients over an extended period of time, can cause malfunction in cells, including the cells in hair follicles.
Gender and ethnic differences are manifested most prominently in the overall appearance of an individual—the "look" that an individual presents to others. At different levels, gender and ethnicity influence an individual’s life and appearance in multiple ways.
Consulting with a physician hair restoration specialist who's a medical doctor with the specialized knowledge and skills necessary for diagnosis and treatment of hair loss can answer and ease any worries or concerns.
Two pharmacologic hair restoration treatments are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of hair loss due to androgenetic alopecia, Finasteride (Propecia®) an orally administered agent, and Minoxidil (Rogaine®) a topically applied agent.
An important part of the consultation will be to make sure the patient understands that (1) results will be individual to the patient and cannot be compared to results in another person, and (2) the final result will reflect the patient’s wishes for outcome and the physician’s ability to deliver an optimal result.