Surgical Hair Restoration
Most people considering surgical hair restoration are not aware of the scope and the pitfalls of this medical specialty.
Surgical Hair Restoration: What to Avoid in a Surgeon
Hair restoration surgery is not regulated in the U.S. and legally anyone with an MD can do hair restoration procedures. It's best to seek an experienced surgeon if you're considering hair restoration surgery. Here's what to stay away from.
Preparing for Surgical Hair Restoration
Some things to know for the day of your hair restoration surgery.
Scarring alopecia affects both men and women, and it can cause irreversible damage of the hair follicles, replacing them with scar tissue. This article describes its definition and treatments.
This condition indicates not hair loss, but no hair growth at all. It seems to be a genetic disease, and can happen at birth.
Hair Loss in Women: Treatments
Hair loss in women is often treated with a topical solution (Rogaine), some oral contraceptives, a medicated shampoo, and other drugs.
Causes of Hair Loss in Women
Women's hair loss shares many of the same causes as men's hair loss, in addition to such conditions as pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.
Male Pattern Baldness Treatments
Two medications are approved for hair loss, and can be effective, especially if hair loss is caught and treated early.
Hair Loss in Children With Cancer
Learn how to help your child deal with hair loss that often comes with cancer treatment.
Women's Hair Loss: Diagnosis
A number of tests can determine the extent of a woman's hair loss. The Savin Scale is another useful tool that shows types and patterns of hair loss.