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- Is there anying one can do to stop hair thinning? I tried Rogane years ago to no avail. I'm 61 and the thinning just gets worse.
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by Dr_Bauman on Jun 13, 2011 12:08:13 PM
Treating Hair Loss in the Future
By Dr. Alan J. Bauman
Bauman Medical Group
How early you spot your thinning hair determines how much of it you are able to save. Science has proven if you wait until the hair loss is visible to the naked eye, you're too late - you've already lost 50 percent.
Since early detection is a key element of effective treatment, wouldn't it be nice to know if an
by Make_Me_Heal_Team on Dec 16, 2010 6:32:08 PM
In what has become a billion dollar industry, balding, receding or highly placed hairlines in women are making them desperately search for a miracle cure to reduce their high hairlines. Some high hairlines in women are caused by extensive wearing of wigs, too-tight ponytails and corn row type hairstyles, but many are caused by genetics making it difficult to find a lasting solution. Now, a new plastic surgery procedu
Hair Transplant (Hair Restoration) is a surgical procedure where hairs are taken from an area of the scalp resistant to baldness (usually the sides and the back of the head) and grafted to the bald area of the scalp. Hair transplant surgery is a type of hair distribution which always begins with your own healthy donor hair, located on the sides and back of the head. This hair is naturally resistant to balding, allowing it to continue to grow throughout your lifetime. The hair follicles in the donor area are genetically resistant to the effects of baldness causing hormones such as (DHT) dihydrotestosterone.
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