For thousands of years, men and women have been seeking solutions to hair loss. From concoctions by ancient herbalists to wigs to modern surgical procedures, treatments for hair loss are as old as civilization.
National Hair Loss Month Hair loss isn’t just an inconvenience. It can be a sign of a health problem. Knowing the type of hair loss you’re experiencing is important to better understand your options. That’s why every August, we want to increase awareness for Hair Loss Month! Here are some interesting facts about hair loss Read More[…]
Lately, Biograft is getting some attention as the latest hair loss treatment but how does it compare with ARTAS®? While both are surgical procedures they have key differences. Let’s examine both techniques. For thousands of years, hair replacement involved various forms of wigs. Surgical hair restoration techniques were a game-changer. Actual transplanted hair grows normally Read More[…]
It seems like no one is ever happy with their hair. People with curly hair want straight hair, people with straight hair want curly hair, and everyone wants more hair. So can your hair texture change over time? Yes, for a variety of reasons, some good and others less desirable.
Male pattern hair loss, of which the most common form goes by the medical name of androgenetic alopecia, is a sign of aging most men want to avoid. However, reports of a link between androgenetic alopecia and prostate cancer is even worse news.
With the National Institute of Health reporting that more than 50 percent of men will suffer some form of hair loss by age 50, it’s no wonder that men frequently try to determine what their personal health risk is for androgenetic alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia is the formal name for the most common type of hair Read More[…]
People are getting better about wearing sunscreen in everyday life, but few realize how important it is to protect your head in the summer. Since the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says that the sun can damage the skin in just 15 minutes, it’s important to remember your head to prevent sunburns and increased cancer Read More[…]
No man likes to see himself starting to lose hair, but hair loss in trans men poses some specific challenges. Since the most common form of hair loss, which is formally known as androgenetic alopecia, is hormone related, balancing it with hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can be tricky.
It’s the question most men ask – how much does family history affect hair loss? Hair loss happens to both men and women for a variety of reasons. The most common form around the world is androgenetic alopecia. That’s the reason more than 50 million people in the United States alone are affected by hair Read More[…]
People think of summer tans and swimming affecting the skin. Summer can also take a toll on your hair. How Summer Can Hurt Your Hair The hot sun dries out hair just like everything else. Sunburned scalp can be painful. People assume hair protects the scalp but that’s not necessarily the case, and Read More[…]