Do non-surgical hair loss treatments really work? Unfortunately, the answer is not a simple one. Some treatments work for some balding men and women while, for other patients, medical treatments simply don’t work at all. Then, there are the very few, lucky individuals who experience amazing results that even rival that of hair transplant surgery. Below is an example of one such case.
Recently, “orangehair“, Patient Services Director for Coalition hair restoration physicians, Dr. Robert True and Dr. Robert Dorin, shared the following Propecia (finasteride) results on our Hair Loss Social Community and Discussion Forum. While this result is far from typical, it serves to illustrate the important role of medical treatment in the fight against androgenic alopecia.
To view more of this patient’s impressive results and contribute your comments and experiences, join the discussion thread, True & Dorin: Transplant or Propecia? on our hair restoration forum.
Propecia is FDA approved for use by male patients only and should not be ingested nor handled by females due to the risk of specific birth defects.
Many hair loss experts believe that the best medical option currently available for treating hair loss in males is a combination of Propecia and Rogaine (minoxidil)