Saturday, November 17, 2007

Losing your hair? Here is what to do…

Hair loss used to be a tragedy and also a good way to cheat people offering useless and expensive treatments.
But today not anymore.
At least not if you rely on trustful and experienced specialists.
The hair loss is quite common in men, rarer in women, but it is something we do not accept and resign anymore.
How to solve the problem?
The first thing you have to do is to get the most information at a Hair Loss Specialists website.
There you can have all the answers to why and how and when.
The second step is having a consultation with an expert (better if it is free), you can find the right one in your area following my link at Hairloss Specialists .
Then you'll be able to understand what means the word "Hair Restoration" and "Hair Transplant".
In principle they mean the same thing and consist simply in "moving" your own hair from places where you have an abundance of it (generally the back and the sides of the head) to the places where you lost it.
This is done in an "expert, almost artistic way".
Artistic in the sense that the follicular units are placed in strategical places in order to create a soft, natural looking hairline.
Larger ones are positioned in second row, giving the look of hair volume in balding areas.
This is a "permanent" solution, since follicles block hair loss.
The following treatment consists in lotions and laser therapy that will help your hair to naturally grow and thicken.

Hair transplant is done now a days using different and more refined techniques, in order to give a "more natural" and "indistinguishable"(even by your hair dresser)look.
The procedure is similar to the Restoration, but mimicking the real hair growth.
This is done usually by an experienced transplantation surgeon who knows which follicular unit to place and where it belongs.
Hair transplantation is not new.
Since 40 years men and women have found successful results (and a wonderful, new hair).
Of course today it is done in a different and much better way (and with much better results) than 40 years ago.
It is almost like if you had a new hair growing in the places where you need it!
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