Hair Restoration Guide

by - April 07, 2019





A lot of people are under the misconception that if they lose their hair then surgery is the only option. This scares many as not everybody likes the thought of having to experience this. However, the truth is; you don’t have to. Of course surgery is an option – and a popular one at that, yet there are non-surgical hair restoration options at your disposal as well.


The most important thing you need to do if you begin to notice a bit of hair loss is have a consultation with an expert. This will put your mind at ease because the professional will be able to give you some more information about what has happened and the type of hair loss you are experiencing. They will then explain the different options that are available to you and they will advise you on which are likely to be the most effective.

Let’s begin by discussing the surgical option. The most popular hair loss surgery method used nowadays is follicular transfer. This is a treatment that has had a lot of success. It involves taking follicular units from a donor area. These are then grafted to the part of your scalp whereby you are experiencing hair loss. The great thing about this option is the fact that it doesn’t take long for your head to heal and the results look a lot more natural because the surgeon has the ability to select each donor hair individually.

Nevertheless, if surgery sounds too traumatic to you, then don’t panic. As mentioned earlier; there are other options at your disposal. One of these includes taking medication, which you can manage with a pill sorter. There are several different medications available that are known to help those who are experiencing hair loss. The three most popular medications are; Minoxidil, Finasteride, and Vitamins.

Minoxidil is the most popular. It was actually originally used to treat high blood pressure, however people began to notice that hair growth was a side effect. Nowadays the medication is used to specifically treat her loss and baldness.

Aside from Minoxidil, you have the option of Finasteride. How does this work? It essentially inhibits the enzyme converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. This has the effect of treating patients who have experienced androgenetic alopecia. This is one of the most common types of hair loss. It occurs in males and it is when they experience baldness in patterns.

And last but not least we have vitamins; this is probably the least effective option out of all the methods mentioned. Yet that is not to say that it isn’t worth a try. Vitamins are said to be effective in women’s hair loss only however. If you have experienced hair loss because of some sort of physical trauma in your life, such as an eating disorder, then vitamins can be the perfect solution.



If you experience hair loss then don’t panic and think that surgery is the only option at your disposal. There other ways to can combat the issue and find a solution that suits you. And remember; book a consultation before making any rash decisions.





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