Please find the photos in the profile and let me know which doctor would be best option .
I am currenlty Norwood IV , my expectations are to get it done in One session if possible with Donar Density ( 80-100/Fu/cm2 ).
Please let me know your humble and valuable suggestions .
I would like somebody, tell me if Dr. Siporin and Dr Meshkin are good ht surgeon? I've had 4 consultations with diferents ht's surgeons and all toll me diferents point of view, some of them tells me that i need 2000 to 2500 grafts to reach my goals, and someothers think i need 3000+ grafts and my goal is fill out front and crown,I'm norwood 4/5, sligthly wavy, thikness medium, 2.0 hairs per mm2, and average laxity and if this amount of grafts is enought to get my goals
Hereditary hair loss is the most common type of hair loss for men and women. It is genetically linked to either side, mother's or father's and men and women. While rapid hair shedding in certain areas may be an indication of genetic hair loss, it's typically more gradual and follows a particular pattern like the Norwood scale or Ludwig scale . Diffuse pattern baldness (hair loss all over the top of the scalp) can also be caused by genes. Genetic hair loss can be treated with Propecia (finaste
This is my first post on this website, i'm suffering from a receding hair line and I'm considering surgery with Dr. Distefano.
Anyone used Dr. Distefano before for his surgery, how good is his work?
The photos I've attached to this blog demonstrate my hair before any surgery and then 4 hair transplants later. What the above doesn't show is that all of the natural hair I had left in the "before" photos is also gone. Thus, without hair restoration surgery, I'd be completely bald on top and most likely a full Norwood 6.
Below is my story.
At age 27, I decided to start doing some actual research about hair loss and one of the first sites I found was the Hair Transplant Network. It was Pat
Hey guys.. my name is Greg and I've been battling hair loss (promotional link removed) for about 15 years now. It started when I was 15 with a little bit of thinning hair (promotional link removed) here and there. It was strange at first, not super noticeable, but it was there. Now I'm 30 and I've gone through one surgery because of it.
I'm very pleased with the results, but I'm afraid my condition will progress even more over time and get bad again. Any ideas on whether this is true or not? T
When visiting a beautiful city like Vancouver, it would be a mistake not to take some time to tour the city and enjoy the tourist attractions. My last blog focused on my hair transplant journey. But this one will feature some pictures of beautiful Vancouver :-)
I was tired of looking in the mirror or seeing photos of myself, because to me at least, it was obvious I was going very thin, maybe on my way to bald. Instead of a cool crow's peak I had a funky gap, and it just looked horrible! Luckily, I have a friend that has been in the hair restoration industry for about a decade that really knows his stuff. He referred me to Dr Glenn Charles in Boca Raton, FL and the Hair Transplant Network had great things to say about his work. He did a fantastic
I'm 28 years old. I've always had baby fine hair, so fine in fact you can see my scalp . Recently, I've noticied it getting a little thinner on top, I don't think I'm losing a lot but would like to consider hair replacement. I've tried hair products, red light laser (useless and a waste of money), they actually told me I was losing my hair but I'm sure they say that to everyone.I've also tried hair extensions which made my baby fine hair even worse. I'm so paranoid about my hair, it's been a
An important aspect of maintaining a healthy head of hair, or whatever quantity you currently have, is your diet! This fact seems to be overlooked by many, but if your main goal is to have your hair look as good as it can, then it's best to follow a healthy diet regime.
Food that is suggested by the experts are as follows:
-Eat foods high in Vitamin B
-Flaxseed, containing essential fatty acids (can be sprinkled on cereal)
-High quality protein foods, especially eggs (but be care
It's been 10 years since I started working with Pat on his original site and boy, has it come a long way. In the early days, there was just the single site, where Pat was so proud and impressed with his hair transplant and from there, it evolved to the Hair Transplant Network. All this, just because Pat was really keen on blowing all the myths about hair transplants out of the water.
It has been a privilege and an honour to see how many people he has helped to discover the "real" doctors and a
We hope that you like the new Hair Restoration Social Network and forum. We've worked behind the scenes for almost a year now to assure that all photos, posts, member info and URLs from our original forum carry over. Bill has really worked hard dealing with the many tedious details needed to make this happen.
In this new community, you'll find many new exciting social networking features and an enhanced forum.
We encourage you to customize your own profile, share your hair lo
A word of disclosure to begin this blog. I am directly affiliated with and compensated by HairGenesis®, a naturally derived product line focused on the treatment of pattern hair loss. Although its not my intention or desire to use this forum as a platform to pitch my spiel, I want to make it clear that what I do for a living these days, has a a lot to do with the HairGenesis® product line. That said, I believe my years of experience in this industry may provide value that transcend