Have you ever really considered the comb over? We’ll bet that if you do you will have some sort of reaction. Some might smile or laugh, others might feel embarrassed or sheepish thinking about this much-maligned hair style. At the same time, there are people from all walks of life who proudly sport this famous haircut designed to disguise hair loss.
They’re both conditions that make people worry about their hair. But is there a connection between dandruff and hair loss? Many people have a negative reaction when they look into the mirror and see dandruff. The same is true for those who notice that they have hair loss or thinning hair. In both cases, you want to seek treatment. RHRLI offers a permanent solution for patients who are losing hair. It’s called the ARTAS® System, and we’re the only hair loss treatment center on Long Island that offers this state-of-the-art technology. We’re hair experts so we want to give you the facts and myths related to the connection between dandruff and thinning hair.
You’ve probably seen or heard a bunch of ads, emails and other pitches, all claiming to have a treatment or cure for hair loss or thinning hair. You’ll hear about drugs, vitamins, oils and creams, all purporting to allow you to restore your hair without having to undergo any type of procedure. You may be confused or even overwhelmed by the amount of noise out there and you want to be able to separate fact from fiction. [Read more…] about What To Know About FDA Approved Non-Surgical Hair Loss Options
People lose their hair for many reasons. The most common reason is androgenetic alopecia, which is known by most people as male or female pattern hair loss. It is a condition that takes place over time with hair loss forming in the crown or temple area for men and in the front area of the scalp for women. Another major cause of hair loss is called effluvium, which is a condition where hair usually sheds more quickly. The most common form is telogen effluvium, which occurs during a point in the hair growth cycle when hair tends not to grow. Another type of effluvium called anagen effluvium occurs when hair is in its growth stage. RHRLI wants you to know about this condition and if you’re looking for a permanent solution to hair loss or thinning hair, we can help. We’re the only hair loss treatment center on Long Island that has the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant System.
No two patients who come to RHRLI are alike. Each has different concerns and each needs different treatment plans when it comes to hair loss or thinning hair. That’s why we consult with each one of our patients to come up with a plan of action. But we do know that there are certain patterns of hair loss. For example, androgenetic alopecia or male pattern hair loss is characterized by a receding hairline and a thinning crown area. There are also differing patterns of hair loss between men and women. But what about different ethnicities? There are differences here too and RHRLI wants you to know that hair loss might be more or less common depending on your ethnic background. If you’re looking for a permanent solution to thinning hair, you should also know that RHRLI is the only hair treatment center on Long Island that has the ARTAS® System, which uses state of the art robotic technology to give you a fuller, healthier head of hair.
A healthy diet is important for every part of your body, so why should your hair be any different? What you eat can affect every aspect of your life and it can have an impact on healthy hair. Sometimes that impact can be negative and eating some types of food may cause damage to your hair. If you are concerned about hair loss or thinning hair, you should have as much information as possible about hair health and RHRLI wants you to know how your diet can help your hair and how your hair can be damaged by a poor diet. We also want you to know that we can help you find a permanent solution to hair loss. RHRLI is the only hair loss treatment center on Long Island that has the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant System. It’s the most precise procedure for hair transplants you can find.
Androgenic alopecia, more commonly known as male or female pattern hair loss is the most common cause of hair loss. But it’s not the only thing that can trigger thinning hair. Conditions such as skin infections, autoimmune disorders, and even emotional stress can cause you to lose your hair. In recent years, researchers have been looking into possible links between hair loss and a habit long known to be hazardous to your health: smoking. At RHRLI, we’re committed to helping our patients have a healthy head of hair. So we want you to understand the research linking smoking and hair loss and how fue transplants can help.
If you’ve looked into treatment options for your thinning hair or hair loss, you’ve probably read quite a bit about the technology options that are out there. Like everything else in this hi-tech age, hair loss treatment has evolved, and you might be confused about what may be right for you. [Read more…] about Advantages of Robotic FUE Over Neograft
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. [Read more…] about Your Hair Loss Treatment Options on Long Island
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.
[Read more…] about Hair Loss Treatment Options on Long Island