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Temporary Hair Loss: It's Temporary But Can Be Worrisome

Hair loss due to normal anagen-catagen-telogen cycling activity is usually recognized as normal by the individual man or woman; it is the amount of lost hair he or she is accustomed to seeing. Substantially more than 100 hairs lost per day is unusual and may indicate an abnormal shift in cycling activity.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 10.01.2005

About Rogaine

Rogaine is one of the more popular over-the-counter topical hair loss treatments. This article will provide you with a basic understanding of Rogaine from our ISHRS physician's perspective.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 06.01.2005

Using Finasteride (Propecia®) as a Hair Loss Treatment

Finasteride (brand name Propecia®) is an orally administered medication for male pattern hair loss (MPHL) and it's effects in slowing hair loss and stimulating new hair growth work best for early to moderate degrees of hair loss.
 

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Using Rogaine (Minoxidil) as a Hair Loss Treatment

Minoxidil is moderately effective and can be helpful for some people with hair loss. A 5% solution of minoxidil is now available and clinical investigators report it to be considerably more effective than the 2% solution in halting hair loss and stimulating new hair growth.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 06.01.2005

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.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 05.01.2005

Hair Loss & Hair Restoration Require Personal & Individual Attention

Physician hair restoration specialists understand that hair restoration must be as individualized to the patient on the basis of (1) cause, pattern, rapidity and extent of hair loss, and (2) the wishes of the patient regarding desired result, cost, investment of time, and potential complications and side effects.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 04.01.2005

Using Your Hair to Create Your Uniquely Individual Hair Restoration: From Donor Site to Recipient Site and End Result

The goal of hair transplantation is to give you, the patient, completely natural-appearing hair growth that expresses your unique individuality.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 12.01.2004

The Recipient Site: Where the Science & Art of Hair Transplant Are Applied

Art and science come together at the recipient site where primary aesthetics are addressed like hairline, part and ease of styling along with physicians knowledge of hair follicle biology and its application in the processes of hair transplantation.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 11.01.2004

The Donor Site: Savings & Loan of Hair for Transplantation

Hair follicles in this area are saved from the effects of MPHL and are available for loan by transplantation to scalp areas that have lost hair due to MPHL.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 10.01.2004

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.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 09.01.2004

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