Interior designer Sheila Bridges speaks with Oprah on her battle with Alopecia
A detailed review of the two most common hair restoration procedures are Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). Dr. Robert True talks about the differences between these two donor harvesting techniques.
Many are touting FUE as "scarless" procedure and FUT as a "likely scarring" procedure within the world of hair restoration. Dr. Robert True lays out the facts about scarring with both procedures.
Changes in diet and certain nutritional supplements can cause hair loss. Undertaking a diet can cause changes in your hair density, including hair loss, and the components of some nutritional supplements, used for instance by athletes, can aggravate hair loss.
Dr. Edwin Epstein discusses how advancements and techniques in hair restoration has dramatically changed over the last 15 years. With follicular unit transplanting, doctors move natural occurring hair groupings into areas for natural hair growth.
Typically hair restoration surgeries are relatively pain-free post surgery. Dr. Robert True talks about how to treat any potential discomfort or pain as a result of your hair restoration procedure.
Sometimes you lose your hair or shed hair for no reason or after pregnancy, general shock to your body such as surgery or a bad illness. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum talks about various causes for temporary hair loss and natural recovery.
Dr. Sharon Keene discusses non-medical over the counter supplements and prescribed medical therapies.
Drs. Jennifer Martinick and Bernard Nusbaum explain how talking with a physician and asking to see the results of patients that have undergone hair restoration procedures is important. What was the patients' experience? Asking questions like these will help make your decision on whether you are comfortable proceeding with a particular physician.