Hair loss is a widespread condition that affects both men and women and can be treated in a variety of ways. We have reached the point where baldness is no longer one’s destiny and hair restoration is readily accessible with modern techniques. Hairline restoration is an ever-evolving field and one of the most exciting aspects of modern hair loss treatment.
Surgical hair restoration involves transplanting healthy hair (hair grafts) into the hairline to help the individual have a full, natural-looking hairline. In hair transplantation, the hair follicle is taken from one area or part of the scalp and individually transplanted to the thinning areas.
Dr. Roy B. Stoller uses the latest techniques and technology to restore the hairline with fresh, full, vibrant hair. The combination of high-quality, cost-effective hair removal and lowered hair lines allows patients to treat their hair as well as skin, skin tone, hair color, and hair structure correctly.
If you are not sure if now is the best time for FUE hair transplantation, or if you want to learn more about the procedure and whether or not you are a good candidate, contact our team to schedule a consultation.
When you visit our clinic for a consultation, we will discuss your hair loss, hair transplant goals and which procedure is best and how it can help you achieve a natural appearance. Dr. Stoller will take a history, examine your scalp and hairline to determine the cause of your hair loss. He offers many treatments outside of surgical procedures, including laser and medical therapy, that can also be an option. You can view before and after photos of the different treatments to get a visual of the results. Dr. Stoller always requires a consultation before scheduling any procedures.
Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors. Sometimes it is genetic, other times it is caused by disease or infection, stress, childbirth and the list goes on. If the hair follicles are damaged for a number of reasons, hair loss along the receding hairline may be the result. Depending on the cause of hair loss, there is a risk that you will still lose hair after the transplant if you decide to transplant hair from the back of the scalp into the hairline without doing anything about the root cause of your hair loss.
The good news is that there are a number of ways to cope with the declining hairline and to regrow the hair. For example, you can have follicular unit extraction (FUE) performed to restore the hairline by replacing donor hair from other parts of the scalp with your hairline. Although most of these remedies cannot really regenerate the hair, they can preserve the current hair and slow the loss of additional hair.
When you make a decision about how to tackle your hair loss, you should think about the quality of today’s hairline procedures. From medicines, therapies and surgery, there are a lot of excellent, state-of-the-art options to consider.
For more information on hair transplant surgery visit hairdoctornyc.com and give us a call at 212-920-4499 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Stoller today!