Hair transplantation is the simple in-office procedure of removing hair from the donor area (the back or sides of the head) and inserting this hair into the thinning and balding area. Hair from the donor area is genetically programmed to grow for the rest of one’s life. As a hair restoration option, hair transplantation is the only natural and permanent solution that restores a hairline and adds density to the thinning area. For these reasons, it’s the ultimate solution to the main cause of hair loss.
Based on the scientific principal of photo-biotherapy, Laser Hair Therapy is a process whereby stimulation of the scalp through Low Level or “cold” lasers, increases blood flow and blocks the harmful hair loss effects of Dihydrotestoterone, also known as DHT. This photo-biotherapy occurs when laser light is absorbed by cells, which causes stimulation of cell metabolism and improved blood flow. Low Level Laser Therapy is an effective, non-surgical, drug-free solution for hair loss and thinning hair. It may also be extremely helpful in aiding hair growth after a transplant procedure. Laser Hair Therapy may make your hair look healthier and fuller, reducing the appearance of thinning hair. It can work extremely well on its own and may also speed up the process of hair growth after a hair transplant procedure. Many users of Laser Hair Therapy feel they experience an improvement in hair thickness and texture, as well as a deceleration in hair loss and/or miniaturization of hair follicles. There are no known negative side effects of Laser Hair Therapy, and it is recommended for both men and women.
Nu/Hart is extremely excited to be able to now offer Laser Hair Therapy, an FDA approved breakthrough for hair loss and facilitating growth after a hair transplant procedure. If you are interested in scheduling a Low Level Laser Therapy session, please call Nu/Hart at: 1-800-833-1964.
Hair systems have become more sophisticated in design with the integration of more natural looking hair into almost undetectable base material. They are now more comfortable and durable for use by active and athletic people. This is the perfect solution for people who cannot have hair transplants due to medical or other restrictions.
Rogaine or Minoxidil is the first medication approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that has been proven to grow hair. It is also available in a stronger 5% solution for men who found the 2% solution not to be effective. Most men with male pattern baldness are concerned with their frontal hairline. UpJohn and Pharmacia admit that Rogaine has little or no effect in this critical area. The greater benefit of Rogaine and Propecia is the slowing down of hair loss.
The FDA gave approval in 1998 to the Merck Company to market the first pill to fight thinning and balding called PropeciaTM (Finasteride). Propecia is really a smaller dosage of Proscar, a prostate enlargement medication. It has demonstrated some ability to slow hair thinning and promotes hair growth in some men. It cannot completely restore hairlines and is more effective in the crown and vortex areas.
There are a number of products available to the consumer that claim to promote healthy hair, reduce or stop hair loss, or speed up the recovery time following a hair transplant procedure.
One of these products is Reviovogen. This product does not appear to offer any clinical advantage nor do anything positive for the hair loss client.
Saw Palmetto has been proven to reduce the DHT your body produces and may reduce hair loss. In a small percentage of individuals, it has even been shown to regrow hair. In one study, Saw Palmetto was shown to be just as effective in reducing the prostate size as 5mg of finasteride, though it has not been studied clinically in comparison to Propecia for hair loss.
Nutritionalists know how important biotin is in skin, nail, and hair health. Biotin is an essential water-soluble B vitamin.You can simply make sure that that biotin is in your daily diet or take a supplement.
Zinc is an essential vitamin for healthy hair. However, zinc supplementation should be undertaken only under medical supervision; zinc overdose is associated with a number of adverse physical effects.