It sounds like the type of thing you’d see in a science fiction movie. But it could be coming to the US in the near future. It’s hair cloning and some researchers believe that it can be pivotal in the battle against hair loss and thinning hair.
It’s a question we hear from time to time. Does a prior medical condition prevent you from being able to have a hair transplant? At RHRLI, our patients come to us looking for a permanent solution to hair loss or thinning hair, and we have that solution. It’s called the ARTAS® system and it’s a state-of-the-art system that uses robotic technology to give you a fuller, healthier head of hair.
If you’re losing your hair, it can be a difficult time for you. Hair loss or thinning hair can make you feel like you’re aging, it can cause you to be unhappy about your appearance, and it can even cause you to be depressed. It may not be immediately apparent, but hair loss can have a big impact on your quality of life.
When you think about hair loss and you think about hair turning gray, most people usually consider them to be separate conditions. Both are often connected with aging, but some people start to lose their hair when they’re young, while other people gray prematurely. The treatments are different and they’re usually studied separately, but recent research may have come up with a breakthrough in both hair loss and graying hair.