If you took a high school history class, you may have thought that every important event involved middle aged to elderly men who were all losing their hair. Well, men with thinning hair don’t have a monopoly on history, but many leaders in politics, the arts, and sciences did have thinning hair. Many probably longed for solutions to their hair loss. It’s unfortunate that RHRLI didn’t exist centuries ago because we have a permanent solution to hair loss that will give you a healthy head of hair using a minimally invasive procedure.
Follicular unit transplantation (FUT) is a method of extracting hair for hair transplants. A strip of tissue is surgically removed from the back of the scalp and the remaining skin is surgically sutured together. This can cause visible scarring as well as many side effects including pain, tightness of scalp, tingling and numbness unlike the other method of hair extraction, follicular unit extraction (FUE). To learn more about FUT read through some of our blogs below.
A city councilman from Ireland went an awfully long way to suffer a lot of unnecessary pain. According to the Irish News website BreakingNews.ie, Kenneth O’Flynn who serves in the Cork City Council went all the way Turkey to undergo a hair transplant that he called “Bloody painful.”
If you’re looking for a solution to your hair loss or thinning hair, you’ve probably heard about a number of different treatments and procedures. There’s so much out there it likely seems confusing. Hair transplants in particular can leave your head spinning and you may have heard about two types of hair transplants with similar sounding names and initials. They are Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). These two procedures may sound alike, but they’re actually very different.
Patients looking for a permanent solution to hair loss and thinning hair are very often focused on results, but not necessarily the best results. Hair loss is difficult and can affect things such as self esteem. Very often patients look at some types of transplants as something they want right away without considering all the options.
It’s a popular topic on gossip and entertainment news sites: Which big star might be losing his or her hair and which celebrities may have received hair transplants? Web sites such as Buzzfeed post before and after photos of celebrities they’ve suspected of having transplant procedures. British tabloids publish stories about the latest star to have a transplant. We hear speculation that A-listers like Matthew McConaughey, John Travolta, and Kim Kardashian may have received hair transplants. News involving the rich and famous almost always build an audience, and paparazzi photos pick up every change in a celebrity’s appearance.
If you’re seeking treatment for hair loss or thinning hair, you’ve probably looked at a number of options. You may have read about medications that are available, but discovered that they must be taken continuously and aren’t a long-term fix. You’ve probably also learned that the best option for a permanent solution is hair restoration surgery. RHRLI knows that you want the best treatment available for hair loss, but we understand that talking about surgery can make some of our patients feel uneasy. We want you to feel confident about your decision, so we want you to understand your treatment options and any potential complications related to surgical options. We’ll also tell you why we feel our robotic hair restoration treatment on Long Island, featuring the ARTAS® System, is the safest, most advanced option out there.
If you’re dealing with hair loss or thinning hair, the odds are that you want to know what solutions are out there for you. There is a lot of information about procedures, medications and other types of treatment. You want the best and most up to date information about all of your hair loss treatment options and RHRLI would like to help. Our experienced physician and his team use advanced technology to put together a hair restoration plan that suits your needs….
According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, more than 112,000 people in the US and nearly 400,000 people worldwide undergo hair restoration procedures per year. With so many services and procedures out there, any patient looking at options will consider a number of factors before making a decision. But one thing is almost always important, the cost….
Through the years, treatment for pattern baldness has improved dramatically as technologies improve to create minimally invasive solutions for hair restoration. As you consider treatment for a receding hairline in the Long Island, Queens, and Brooklyn areas, you will want to know about the most innovative hair transplant options available to you so that you achieve the most natural-looking results possible. This article will outline some of the various methods and technologies for treating hair loss in both men and women so that you know how to seek the best possible care for your needs….
With traditional “strip surgery” hair transplants, or follicular unit transplantation (FUT), the doctor removes a strip of scalp tissue from the donor area and closes the surgical site with sutures. This hair transplant technique has a number of drawbacks including significant scarring and pain. Instead, men may want to consider undergoing a “follicular unit extraction” (FUE) hair transplant with minimally invasive robotic hair harvesting. The robotic hair transplant technique is the most advanced system available today and it has revolutionized the donor hair identification process….