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Male pattern baldness (also known as alopecia androgenetica) is the most common form of hair loss in men. Women can also suffer from hair loss such as alopecia areata. Solutions include hair transplantation, drugs to treat hair loss and non-surgical options such as low level laser therapy or hair replacement systems. Discover the options available to you.
Hair transplant or hair restoration surgery for hair loss involves the surgical transplantation of small hair grafts, which produce quite natural looking results and are often indistinguishable from normal hair.Find out more..
The drugs that are currently medically approved treatments for hair loss are Minoxidil, first discovered in the 1970’s and Propecia which has been used since the 1990’s.
Hair transplant or hair restoration surgery for hair loss involves the surgical transplantation of small hair grafts, which produce quite natural looking results and are often indistinguishable from normal hair.
On its own low-level laser hair loss therapy has been shown to be effective in improving hair thickness, but is often combined with proven hair loss drugs for a full hair loss treatment program.
Non-surgical hair replacement systems, also known as hair bonding or hair integration allow you to sleep, shower, swim and carry on with your life as if you had your own hair.
For many years, scalp flap surgery was used by plastic surgeons for the treatment of hair loss after serious scarring had occurred. It has been used for treating male baldness since the early 1980s.
The most common treatment for male baldness is hair transplantation. However, if you have already lost too much hair, scalp reduction surgery can reduce the scalp size to make you look less bald.