MEDICAL THERAPY
FOR HAIR LOSS

Medical therapy for hair loss is applicable for both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration patients. Always ahead of the curve of the latest treatments and understanding of medicine, Dr. Stoller often creates a combination therapy plan, curtailed for hair loss of either male or female patients that delivers serious results - without a scalpel.*

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*Individual results may vary.

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*Individual results may vary.

WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS?

Ketoconazole (Nizoral)

This topical treatment by prescription is currently used to treat fungal infections. It also curbs the production of testosterone and other androgens that can cause hair loss. *

Oral Contraceptives

An unexpected solution to fight balding in women. Since birth control pills decrease the production of ovarian androgens, they can be used to treat women's androgenetic alopecia*.

Estrogen and Progesterone

It’s not uncommon for women going through menopause to suffer hair loss, which is why estrogen and progesterone pills and creams may be an effective treatment*.

Spironolactone (Aldactone)

This pill blocks the action of androgens in part by preventing dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from binding to its androgenetic receptor - which causes hair loss*.

Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar)

This pill slows down the production of follicle-harming dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which shrinks hair follicles and makes it difficult for healthy hair to survive*.

Cimetidine (Tagamet)

Hair follicles also contain stem cells, and some research on these follicle stem cells may lead to successes in treating baldness through an activation of the stem cells progenitor cells*.

Rogaine

Although Rogaine grows little hair, it is a must-have in the arsenal for balding to hold on to what you do have. The foam can also double as a bit of a styling product*.

A Cell Therapy

Although Rogaine grows little hair, it is a must-have in the arsenal for balding to hold on to what you do have. The foam can also double as a bit of a styling product*.

Triamcinolone (Kenalog)

This steroid solution treatment is administered via injection into the scalp and generates hair growth for patients with mild to moderate alopecia areata*..

PRP Therapy

Consistent PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy can increase hair growth as well as density*.

FAQ

LEARN MORE ABOUT OTHER
NON-SURGICAL PROCEDURES

Micropigmentation

Laser Therapy

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

WE’RE READY.
ARE YOU?

Request a consultation with Dr. Stoller.