News by : Patrick Hennessey


Dr. Kapil Dua of India is the Hair Transplant Network's Newest Recommended Physician

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Hair Transplant Network is pleased to announce that Dr. Kapil Dua of India has been approved for recommendation by our online hair restoration community.

Are Hair Loss Drugs Propecia (Finasteride) and Rogaine (Minoxidil) Mandatory after Hair Transplant Surgery?

Friday, December 13, 2013

Most hair restoration physicians highly recommend that patients continue to medically stabilize their hair loss after hair transplant surgery. The reason for this is that genetic balding is a progressive condition for most men.

Things that can Minimize the Risk of Shock Loss in Hair Transplantation

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Shock Loss is the term we give to the loss of natural hair after hair transplantation surgery. The risk for shock loss applies when hair is transplanted between native hairs and can be either temporary or permanent. Learn about the ways to minimize these risks below.

PABA as a Hair Loss Treatment?

Monday, October 15, 2007

There are a number of herbal supplements out there that claim to work as a hair loss treatment. Whereas there is no question that marketing is over-reaching at best in order to sell a product, the real question for any hair loss sufferer is: will this product help combat hair loss or is there any chance that it will regrow hair? PABA is typically known as the hair color vitamin. This is a non-protein amino acid, sometimes referred to as Vitamin Bx (depsite the fact that it is not really a vitamin), that is widely available in nature...

Xandrox as a Hair Loss Treatment

Friday, October 12, 2007

Xandrox is a hair loss treatment marketed by Dr. Lee, a hair loss physician and is applied topically to the scalp. It’s “active” ingredients are a combination of minoxodil (same active ingredient in Rogaine) and Azelaic Acid. Does this treatment work to combat hair loss? Read more...

How Shock Loss Can Be Minimized During Hair Transplant Surgery

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Many people who consider hair transplantation are concerned about shock loss, a phenomenon that causes temporary or permanent native hair loss when hairs are transplanted near or around them. Dr. Michael Beenher, a recommended hair restoration physician of the Hair Transplant Network discusses ways that the risk of shock loss can be reduced.

Why Waiting to Transplant Hair in the Crown May be in a Hair Transplant Patient's Best Interest

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Many hair loss sufferers want to restore their hair quickly because of the emotional impact of hair loss. But hair restoration is about planning for the long term. Learn why waiting to transplant hair in the crown may be in a hair transplant patient's best interest.

Saw Palmetto for Hair Loss?

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

There are a number of herbal supplements out there that claim to work as a hair loss treatment. Below I decided to take a look at an herbal supplements that is said to combat hair loss. This product is the primary active ingredient in a number of hair loss remedies including Provillus and Procerin and others.

News about Hair Multiplication, Laser Therapy and FUE from the anual ISHRS hair restoration meeting

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Every years hundreds of hair restoration physicians from around the world gather for five days to discuss and hair transplant techniques, hair loss treatments and new advances like hair multiplication ( hair cloning ) and other hair restoration treatments. The publisher of this community attended the 2007 ISHRS meeting that was held in Las Vegas. Click below to read highlights from his report.

Visitations to Leading Hair Transplant Clinics in Ontario Canada

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Pat Hennessy, the Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network and Hair Loss Learning Center travels to Ontario, Canada to visit some of big names in hair transplantation including Dr. Rahal, Dr. McKenzie, and Dr. Simmons.

Dr. Bijan Feriduni in Belgium joins the Coalition

Monday, August 13, 2007

Given Dr. Feriduni and his experienced staff's reputation for performing large sessions of ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation, he has been admitted into the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians.

Dr. David Seager has passed away but his legacy remains

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

This past weekend Dr. David Seager passed away after fighting to survive cancer. Although I did not know him well personally, his reputation as a truly innovative hair transplant pioneer is well known within the hair restoration world.

Publisher’s visit to Hasson and Wong

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Hasson and Wong in Vancouver, Canada have earned a reputation for providing huge sessions of ultra refined hair transplants that leave viewers online saying “Wow”. Many hair loss sufferers have made the trek to Vancouver, BC to get hair transplant sessions that some times exceed 4,000, 5,000 and in some cases 6,000 grafts.

Propecia or Avodart, which inhibits the hair loss causing effects of DHT best?

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Hereditary hair loss will affect about half of the American male population. Luckily, in the past few years there have been drug treatments developed that can slow down, completely stop, or even reverse hair loss in some men. While there is still no cure for hair loss, drugs such as Propecia or Avodart have given many men hope for holding on to the hair they have and maybe even regaining some of what they lost. When considering a medicinal regimen, many hair loss sufferers find themselves asking which medication is right for them. This article will help you understand how both Propecia and Advodart inhibit the development of DHT, which acts as the active ingrediant in male pattern baldness. The relative advantages and disadvantages of these hair loss treatments will also be compared, as well as their potential side effects.

Are bigger hair transplant sessions really better?

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

We have all seen the headline grabbing posts and eye popping photos for the huge single session hair transplants of 3,500 to 5,000 grafts. All things equal - who would not want to get faster and more dramatic hair transplant results sooner? Well, if all things were truly equal I would absolutely agree.

But like many things that sound almost too good to be true there is often a catch. While I believe that the creation of smaller and less invasive incisions that enable dense packing (when appropriate) are important advances, I am concerned about the potential dangers of huge hair transplant sessions that are being promoted agressively online.