Buffalo Hair Transplant Center
- Hair loss can effect your confidence and self-esteem.
- You can loose 50-100 Hair/day
- Hair lose can be temporary but commonly permanent.
- Male pattern baldness is a permanent form of hair loss, resulting in thinning hair to the point of loss and no regrowth.
- Options for hair loss prevention include:
- Finestride, Rogaine, and PRP
- Strip Method (FUT)
- Follicular Unit Extration (FUE)
- FUE using the Neograft has proven to be most successful for hair transplant
- The Average client will require 1000-3000 grafts.
- A normal day will last 4-8 hours during the procedure.
- FUE hair transplant removes individual hairs from the back of the scalp and transplants them to areas of concern.
- The removed follicles are placed one by one back into the scalp.
- A hair transplant will address growth pattern, surrounding hair quality, and hairline for ideal aesthetic appeal.
- The FUE method is popular because stripes of scalp are NOT removed and no visible scar is seen.
- Transplanted hair is resistant to DHT (dihydrotestosterone), the hormones responsible for hair loss.
- New hair growth occurs in 4-6 months
- Neograft is the leader in hair loss solutions for those suffering from balding. It is natural, utilizing your OWN HAIR.
- NO scalpel incisions are performed, and the restoration is performed under local anesthesia.
- The NeoGraft Hair Transplant solution is the least invasive, allowing you to return to your normal routine within days.
- NeoGraft is an automated transplant system, that sucks out hair follicles from the scalp, reducing hair damage and skin damage.
- After the healing period, no signs of the procedure will be seen.
- Expect new hair growth will occur in 4-6 months from date of transplant.
ALOPECIA is a term that describes hair loss and a reduction in new hair growth.
Genetics – Androgenetic Alopecia | Male pattern baldness
- Hair loss can start as early as your teens
- Affects both men and women.
- In women, thinning hair is more predominant
- In men, receding hair or a horseshoe pattern is predominant
Malnutrition and Extreme dieting
- This cause is usually temporary and less common
- The body lacks proper proteins and nutrients required for hair growth and development
- Hair follicles similar age like the rest of your body.
- Hair aging, reduces thickness and integrity becoming thin, and with eventual hair loss.
- Expected in a majority of the population by age 60.
Physical and Emotional Stress
- Stress can take on several forms such as illness, injury, pregnancy, hormonal changes, psycho-social causes, etc.
- Common conditions include, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid disease, iron deficiency, malabsorption syndromes, autoimmune causes such as lupus, fungal infections, etc
- Pregnancy can result in temporary hair loss
- Menopause with hormonal changes can be more permanent hair loss
- Routine blood testing by your physician can help determine some of these causes.
- Medication side effects can be involved in hair loss.
- Common medications include, immunosuppressive agents and chemotherapy used for cancers.
- Meds for birth control, steroids, diabetes, and high blood pressure can cause hair loss.
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