I am 60 years old and have lost approximately 1/3 of my hair. Is hair transplant surgery a good idea for me? Also, I’ve heard of a formula called Kevis. Is it safe and reliable to control hair loss?
While I can’t comment on whether or not you are a candidate for hair transplant surgery, generally speaking, your age is not a barrier to surgical hair restoration. The best method of determining if you are a candidate for surgery is to contact one or more of the pre-screened, quality hair transplant surgeons recommended by the Hair Transplant Network.
When it comes to non-surgical hair loss treatments, Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride) are the only two clinically proven and FDA approved options. Before trying alternative products, I recommend discussing these drugs with your physician.
You may find our Kevis 8 review helpful.
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