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Hair Loss & Restoration in Women

The most common type of hair loss in women is female androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness).

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 10.01.2004

Your Medical Treatment History: Important Information to Share with Your Hair Restoration Physician

Your medical treatment history is important as they are all risk factors that have the potential to affect the successful outcome of hair transplantation or other form of hair restoration surgery.

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Followup Hair Restoration Procedures

There are several steps following a hair restoration: determining if subsequent sessions, progressive hair loss due to Androgenetic Alopecia, hair transplants done years ago and hairline revisions as patient ages.

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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.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 08.01.2004

Applying the "Gold Standard" to Remedies for Female Pattern Hair Loss

Using the "gold standard" criteria, very few of the claims for "miracle", "secret formula", "vitamin and mineral" and "herbal" hair restoration remedies are found to be based on valid evidence.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 06.01.2004

Hair Loss in Women and Its Effect on Quality of Life

Hair loss itself can present psychological and emotional problems for a woman, failure of others to recognize the seriousness of these problems may contribute additionally to psychological and emotional effects that can range from decreased self-esteem to anxiety and depression.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 02.01.2004

Psychological Effects of Hair Loss in Women

Women more than men have a significant psychological investment in their appearance, and are likely to react more negatively to events such as hair loss that they regard as changing their appearance for the worse.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 11.01.2003

Harvesting of Donor Hair for Hair Transplants

The donor site is the scalp area where the hair and follicles are removed. The recipient site is the scalp area where then the donor hair is transplanted and will then continue to grow and provide coverage where hair that was lost.

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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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Hair Restoration - Progress & Evolution

Hair restoration surgery has grown with new developments in medical and surgical technology, and review of previous experience. It also evolves in response to changing expectations of patients regarding the “look” that they hope to achieve from hair transplantation.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 07.01.2003


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