News by : Bill Seemiller

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Can Smoking Kill a Hair Transplant?

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Today, a lot of people smoke cigarettes and even marijuana and wonder if smoking will kill their hair transplant. Please note that this community does not condone doing anything illegal but this article is not about that. Smoking cigarettes and marijuana is generally bad for one's health. Excessive smoking can have an effect on one's body and even hair.

Is Post-Finasteride Syndrome Real?

Monday, February 13, 2017

Men suffering from hair loss have been told for over a decade that Propecia or finasteride is the only FDA approved tablet or pill that inhibits the production of DHT, the hormone responsible for genetic hair loss (androgenetic alopecia). But what if the potential for side effects is greater than originally anticipated? Would the possibility of long-term or even permanent sexual side effects be worth saving your precious lost follicles?

Modern Hair Transplant Surgery Dos and Dont's

Monday, October 3, 2016

Today's modern hair transplant surgery is great, especially if you've done your homework and selected an outstanding physician. However, even in the modern world, perfection doesn't exist and less than optimal results can occur. The good news is however, there is something you can do to reduce the risks associated with hair transplant surgery.

Things You Learn When You Have a Hair Transplant

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Today's modern hair transplant surgery is natural and virtually undetectable. Just like the head of hair you were born with, transplanted hair grows, requires cutting and can be styled any way you like. And while men and women suffering from hair loss..

This is the only solution for balding men to achieve a full head of hair again

Monday, May 9, 2016

Learn why today's modern hair transplant surgery is the only method of restoring naturally growing hair and why even expert hairstylists can't even detect them.

Did Jordan Spieth have a Hair Transplant?

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Golf fans have recently been wondering if golf pro Jordan Spieth has undergone hair transplant surgery after seeing some visual evidence of this. But did he get a hair transplant or did he just style his hair differently?

How Many Strip Hair Transplants Can Someone Have in a Lifetime?

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Under normal circumstances, a hair transplant surgeon will take a single strip per procedure. The width and length of this strip is determined by the number of grafts you and your doctor previously agreed upon and is limited by physical characteristics like scalp laxity.

Get Your Hair Loss Treatments at the Best Prices Online

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

We are now offering clinically proven and other credible hair loss solutions online at very low prices. At our Online Hair Loss Product Store, you now have the ability to purchase, review and rate various products evidenced to treat baldness.

Does Hair Transplant Surgery have Side Effects?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Along with all the possible benefits, every surgical procedure has limitations and risks associated with it. The same goes for hair transplant surgery. While 95% or more of surgical hair restoration procedures are successful under the care of the best hair surgeons, there is a chance...

Chewing Tobacco and Alcohol Post Hair Transplant

Monday, May 17, 2010

I haven’t heard any reports of alcohol and chewing tobacco hindering transplanted hair growth from hair restoration surgery. However, during the healing period in particular, it’s probably a good idea to keep the use of the substances minimal, especially if you’re taking...

Female Hair Transplants - Concerns about Shock Loss

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Hair transplant surgery can be a very frustrating process in the beginning, especially for women. Post-operative recipient and/or donor telogen effluvium or "shock loss" is very common in female hair transplant patients and takes up to 6 months to a year to grow back. The good news is, permanent hair loss as a result of hair transplant surgery in women is extraordinarily rare...

Pimples on the Scalp 1 Month After Hair Transplant Surgery

Monday, May 10, 2010

It's normal for the occasional pimple to appear the first few months after hair transplant surgery. . However, if you are experiencing a large number or cluster of pimples, you may want to contact your hair transplant surgeon to make sure it's not folliculitis. While folliculitis typically fades away by itself with time, this infection may need to be treated...

Concerns about Minimal Hair Growth 1 Month After Hair Transplant Surgery

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Most of the new transplanted hair falls out between 2 to 4 weeks after hair transplant surgery while only a few will continue to grow. But don't worry. The transplanted follicles are dormant underneath the scalp and will start producing new hair in 3 to 5 months...

Concerns about Hair Transplants and Scarring in African American Females

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Hair transplantation can be a suitable option for African Americans and any race assuming one is a candidate based on their hair loss condition, medical history and expectations. If you’re experiencing thinning hair from the crown and a receding hairline, you may be suffering from androgenic alopecia (genetic hair loss)...

Hair Transplant Preoperative Instructions

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Each hair transplant doctor varies in the preoperative and postoperative instructions they provide. Some suggest applying Vitamin E oil to your scalp a day or two after surgical hair restoration while others suggest dry healing. Medication may be...

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