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Making The Right Choice for Your Hair Loss Treatment

How to talk with a hair restoration doctor to get the most out of your hair loss treatment program.
 

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Do-It-Yourself Hair Loss Treatments

There are some facts you should know about direct-to-consumer products that promise to stop hair loss and stimulate growth of new hair.
 

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Eyebrow & Eyelash Hair Restoration Surgery

Eyebrows and eyelashes make an important contribution to facial symmetry and presentation of self to others.
 

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After Hair Restoration Surgery

Surgical hair restoration actually results in less operative discomfort than many other surgical procedures.
 

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Hair Grooming & Styling After Hair Restoration Surgery

Hair grooming and styling are the final steps in giving a person the desired appearance after surgical hair restoration.
 

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About Your New Hairline

One of the most important esthetic considerations in hair restoration is the re-creation of your hairline, whether loss of the hairline has been partial or complete.
 

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Hair Restoration Surgery Risk Factors

The hair restoration surgeon will determine risk factors based on the information given by the patient prior to any surgical procedure.
 

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Scalp Reduction Surgery for Hair Restoration

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.
 

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Scalp Flap Surgery for Hair Restoration

Skin flap surgery is a method of moving a "flap" of skin and underlying tissue from one area of the body to another.
 

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