Below we provide a list of crucial tips for maintaining and restoring your hair in 2010.
Non-Surgical verses Surgical Treatments: Proven medical treatments like Propecia and Rogaine are great at stopping hair loss from continuing. However, only hair transplant surgery is proven to grow hair in completely bald areas. A combination of both can help maximize the amount of hair you can restore.
Selecting a Quality Surgeon: The skill and experience of hair transplant surgeons varies, as do their results. Time and research can lead you to physicians producing only the best results. At the Hair Transplant Network, we have carefully reviewed many physicians over the last 10 years by gathering patient experiences and visiting their clinics to determine who is worth recommending (view our selection criteria). To see a list of physicians we recommend, click here. You are encouraged to carefully evaluate any clinic you are considering for surgery.
Realistic Expectations: Even a combination of non-surgical and surgical hair loss treatments won’t restore a full head of hair in patients with extensive baldness. Learn how to develop realistic expectations and plan for the long term.
You can search through over 7 plus years of patient posted experiences and photos on our hair hair restoration forum and patient websites. To see a full listing of those physicians we recommend, click here.
The Hair Transplant Network has a number of user friendly hair restoration animations available as a learning tool that will help teach you about hair loss, hair transplantation, and can even help calculate the number of grafts you’ll need for hair transplant surgery.