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Hair Restoration (10 Reviews)
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Hair restoration treatments come in a variety of professional and over the counter options from Propecia and Rogaine to laser hair therapy and laser combs. If you wish to complement hair transplant surgery or simply slow your hair loss process on a small budget, these non-invasive treatments are the way to go, but if you want more efficient and effective results, choose hair restoration surgery. A trained hair restoration surgeon will select and prepare the patient’s donor hair from the back and sides of the head then place single hair follicles at precise yet varied angles in the frontal thinning or balding hair zone to create a soft, natural looking hairline. Hair restoration surgery offers a permanent hair loss solution at a reasonable cost, considering its permanency.... Read More

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By A.C.
from BROAD TOP, PA

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10/16/2017
5.0

A.C. spent $5,014 in Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Hair Restoration:
I am very pleased with the results of the procedure, and I could not be happier with the treatment I received from everyone at Bosley! ...READ MORE


By D.C.
from MONTAGUE, MI

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02/22/2017
4.8

D.C. spent $14,829 in Chicago, IL

Comments about Hair Restoration:
I'm very happy with the treatment and the results! ...READ MORE


By P.K.
from GAINESVILLE, FL

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02/09/2017
4.5

P.K. spent $12,995 in Maitland, FL

Comments about Hair Restoration:
The hair is growing and looks great, like a movie star. Very talented people! ...READ MORE


By M.M.
from LAFAYETTE HILL, PA

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02/06/2017
4.5

M.M. spent $11,807 in Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Hair Restoration:
The staff was very kind and I am also happy with my hair procedure results. ...READ MORE


By M.S.
from COMMACK, NY

Comment
02/02/2017
5.0

M.S. spent $11,530 in New York, NY

Comments about Hair Restoration:
Great and very knowledgeable staff. Everything is great and I am happy with how my hair turned out! I am no longer self conscious! ...READ MORE


By D.S.
from ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Comment
01/06/2017
4.3

D.S. spent $4,173 in Scottsdale, AZ

Comments about Hair Restoration:
Very good. All the way around. I'm going to talk about another procedure ...READ MORE


By M.G.
from LOS ANGELES, CA

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01/03/2017
5.0

M.G. spent $8,754 in Beverly Hills, CA

Comments about Hair Restoration:
Happy with the procedure! ...READ MORE


By J.G.
from CAMP POINT, IL

Comment
12/25/2016
4.0

J.G. spent $5,251 in Chicago, IL

Comments about Hair Restoration:
I am happy with the results! ...READ MORE


By R.P.
from QUINCY, MA

Comment
11/10/2016
4.8

R.P. spent $8,305 in Boston, MA

Comments about Hair Restoration:
I am so happy with the results everything is great. I am planning on having another procedure in about a year. ...READ MORE


By K.W.
Comment

07/22/2015
5.0

Comments about Hair Restoration:
I would very highly recommend Dr. Khattab to anyone looking into Artas hair restoration. His expertise and staff made me feel very comfortable from the first visit until the...READ MORE

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How does hair restoration work?

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Hair restoration is a blanket term that includes all hair loss treatments, including hair transplant surgery, topical ointments, prescription medication, laser hair therapy, and more. Many people opt for hair transplant surgery after being disappointed with the results of non-invasive treatments. During a hair transplant, hair follicles are surgically extracted from a "donor area," or area of your body with actively growing hair. The back of the head, near the nape of the neck, is a common donor area. The donor area is then sutured to the areas suffering from hair loss. When the wounds heal, the area will begin to grow hair. It can be styled, dyed, and cut just like your own hair—because it is.


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Hair restoration treatments come in a variety of professional and over the counter options from Propecia and Rogaine to laser hair therapy and laser combs. If you wish to complement hair transplant surgery or simply slow your hair loss process on a small budget, these non-invasive treatments are the way to go, but if you want more efficient and effective results, choose hair restoration surgery.

A trained hair restoration surgeon will select and prepare the patient’s donor hair from the back and sides of the head then place single hair follicles at precise yet varied angles in the frontal thinning or balding hair zone to create a soft, natural looking hairline. Larger follicular units are placed behind the hairline to provide density and volume for larger balding areas.

Even after transplantation, donor follicles retain their genetic ability to block hair loss, so hair restoration surgery is a permanent hair loss solution. Hair restoration surgery offers a permanent hair loss solution at a reasonable cost, considering its permanency. While Rogaine and Propecia can require many years of hair loss payments for less obvious results, Medical Hair Restoration offers more immediate and permanent hair loss solutions.

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Laser Hair Therapy
An increasingly popular alternative to hair transplant surgery, laser hair therapy is recommended for patients in the early stages of hair loss, as they can effectively slow hair loss and eventually begin regrowing their own hair without surgery. Laser hair therapy requires greater patience but provides a more affordable alternative to hair transplant surgery for young hair loss sufferers.

Propecia
Originally created to shrink enlarged prostates, Propecia Finasteride comes in one milligram tablets designed to treat mild to moderate male-pattern hair loss at the crown and mid-scalp. Prescription Propecia costs between 45 and 55 dollars for 30 tablets, while less expensive generic Propecia alternatives include Finpecia and Finax.

Rogaine
Effective on men and women, this over-the-counter hair loss treatment works by revitalizing shrunken hair follicles. The topical liquid solution, which contains active ingredient Minoxidil, is spread over the balding area twice daily and must dry in order to remain effective. Rogaine both slows hair loss and promote partial regrowth in some patients by increasing blood flow to the areas surrounding bald spots.

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