Many patients who long to restore their lost hair surgically, question the need for a life-long commitment to medications like Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride). After all, isn’t transplanted hair permanent?
While it’s true that hairs from the permanent, donor area at the back of the head should continue to grow for a lifetime once transplanted, patients still risk losing preexisting hair due to the relentless progression of male pattern balding. Most hair restoration physicians agree that the best way to maximize and extend your hair transplant results is through the use of non-surgical hair loss treatments.
So, what kind of time commitment is involved in daily use of hair loss medications? How much will they cost? What about side effects? Are they really effective?
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